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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowsports Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowsports Fishing with wet flies is all about working with how the flies are presented below the surface. Fish with wet flies with help from a longtime fishing expert in this free video clip. Expert: Jon Haas Contact: fishrockproductions.com Bio: From his early years growing up fishing for bass, trout and catfish in Arizona, Jon Haas has been living the evolution of a fisherman. Filmmaker: Michael Lindberg Series Description: When you get started with fishing, one thing that you always have to think about is the delivery method. Get fishing tips that you can put to good use in a variety of situations with help from a longtime fishing expert in this free video series.

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Welcome to the forth episode in our "Beginners Series" from http://holsingersflyshop.com. In this episode you will learn how to tie the Soft Hackle Hare's Ear. This is a great fly to have in your box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is a generic fly meant to resemble various insects. And as always, please subscribe to our YouTube channel for updates on new patterns and don't forget to check out our website, http://holsingersflyshop.com.

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The Post-Gazette's Outdoors Editor John Hayes talks about wet fly fishing with Dave Allbaugh of Wet Fly Waterguides.

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Heres another addition to the "Beginners Fly Tying Series" from http://holsingersflyshop.com, the Copper John. This fly is a little of the standard pattern for a Copper John but is just as succcessfull as if not more than the original.I tie this patterns in different colors too like red, blue and chartuese. I hope you enjoy the video and if you do please subscribe to my channel. Also check out our website at http://holsingersflyshop.com and like us on facebook. Thanks fot watching.

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Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a March Brown Spider

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Here's a great pattern I learn on a fishing trip to Kettle Creek this year. Like all flies from http://holsingersflyshop.com this is a fly we fish regularly. This fly is an intermediate level fly to tie. We hope you enjoy the video and if you do please subscribe to our youttube channel. Also please check out our website at http://holsingersflyshop.com and like us on facebook.

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This is one PMD Dry Fly you have got to see! The white post on this foam body, foam wing mayfly pattern is very easy to see because it floats and it is bright white. I have learned to use foam wing flies like this over many years of fishing with customers from the boat. If you can't see your dry fly, how can you set the hook when a trout eats it?! The mayfly hatch, especially the Pale Morning Dun Hatch in the Colorado Rockies is spectacular. If you would like to cast easy to see dry flies at hungry trout, go to http://www.riplips.com and book a float.

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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.