Here is our first travelog video from our recent trip to Colorado on the Uncompahgre River with http://holsingersflyshop.com. We had a very successful trip and caught some really great fish. One of the best patterns we used on the trip was a bunny leech which we made a video of, so be sure to check that out also. We fished around Montrose, CO on the Pa-Co-Chu-Puk section of the Uncompahgre. Check us out on http://holsingersflyshop.com
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.
Welcome to the first episode of our "Beginners Fly Tying Series" from http://holsingersflyshop.com. This fly is the Walts Worm, named after Walt Young the inventor. One of the simplest flies to tie and when fished right will catch tons of fish. Fish this fly in streams with with lots of scuds and crane fly. Please subscribe to our channel we are always adding new videos to make you a better tyer. And don't forget to check us out at http://holsingersflyshop.com
Materials Used; Hook-Kamasan B175 size 10 Thread-Uni-Black 8/0 Tail-Bronze Mallard and Dyed Red Golden Pheasant Breast Rib-Small Copper Wire Body- Dyed Claret Peacock Herl Body Hackle- Dyed Red Badger Cock Wing-Bronze Mallard Fibres Eyes-Jungle Cock this is an Option
Welcome to the second episode in our "Beginners Series" from http://holsingersflyshop.com. In this episode I will show you how to tie a simple wet ant pattern. I fish this fly as a wet fly and also as a nymph. At the right time of the year (summer months) its a real killer fly. Please subscribe to our YouTube channel for updates on new patterns and don't forget to check out our website, http://holsingersflyshop.com.