Flies

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There are two types of fly fishing flies, and they are distinguished as surface and sub-surface flies with the surface ones being called dry flies. Discover examples of surface and sub-surface flies with help from a fly fishing guide in this free video on fly fishing flies. Expert: Walt Geryk Contact: neffguide.com Bio: Walt Geryk is an Orvis-endorsed fly and spey fishing guide with over 30 years of experience. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso

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This is a fly from http://holsingersflyshop.com that we use with good success on our annual salmon fishing trips. You will see this fly used in our 18 Mile Creek Travelog video. It's a fairly easy fly to tie with a little practice. Hope you enjoy and if you do please subscribe to our YouTube channel. You can also check us out on the web at http://holsingersflyshop.com for all the supplies needed to tie this fly and you can like us on Facebook. Thanks for watching.

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http://TroutFishingInformation.org/ - Trout Fishing Flies It might just be the hardest thing about trout fishing; selecting the flies. There are so many patterns and variations that it can be a chore to pick the right one. All flies can be broken down into three categories; dry flies, wet flies and nymphs. Picking the right fly is important in trout fishing. Different fishing conditions will call for different flies. A dry fly can be used when fishing upstream and downstream. Some common dry flies include caddies, dries cripples, may flies, spinners, etc. A wet fly can be used when fishing upstream, across the stream, or down the stream. Wet flies are bigger than any other types of artificial flies and can be used to catch trout of any size. A nymph is typically tied on a heavier hook and is often attached with a small weight to keep it underwater. Some of the common nymphs used as lures for trout fish are stone fly nymphs, caddis nymphs and may fly nymphs. Several things need to be considered in the fly that you use in order to try to

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Here's an easy one from http://holsingersflyshop.com. This is my chewee worm pattern. It's a simple fly to tie that only requires a little bitl of material. I also tie this in an olive color with a chartruese band that looks really nice. Like always, please visit our website @ http://holsingersflyshop.com and like us on facebook. If you like what you seen here please subscribe to our YouTube page.

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Wet flies are fly fishing expert Davy Wotton's specialty and here he gives some historical perspective to their development and describes the most common material for their construction. This is the introduction to the complete video "Wet Fly Tying" produced by FLY FISH TV.

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Time for another video from http://holsingersflyshop.com. This is one of my favorite nymph patterns. I've caught tons of fish on this pattern and I even change the colors of ice dubbing sometimes with success too. I tie this pattern in blue for steelheads in Erie. For all your tying needs please check out our website @ http://holsingersflyshop.com. And don't forget to like our facebook page and subscribe to our YouTube channel

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Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a March Brown Spider

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Here's a fly from http://holsingersflyshop.com. The Prince Nymph is a classic nymph pattern that has probably caught millions of trout. All the techniques in this nymph pattern are simple techniques that all beginning tyer's should learn.This prince is tied in the standard pattern. Please check out our website @ http://holsingersflyshop.com for all the materials used in this fly. And don't forget to like us on facebook and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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