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
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.
http://www.thundermistfishingtips.com Hello again, this week we had a request from greatlakesfisher1, a subscriber of ours, to do a bullhead catfishing video. So we did just that. Thanks for the great video suggestion, greatlakesfisher1! Ivo takes you shore fishing as he baits up with live worms to fish for bullhead catfish in the spring along a creek. He shares many tips and techniques on how to bait your hook, how to leave a scent trail, and more. All which help in landing catfish after catfish! I hope you enjoy this bullhead catfishing video, and as always good fishin'! PS: let us know how you fish for bullheads by posting a comment or video response. We'd love to hear it! http://www.thundermistfishingtips.com
Welcome to the third episode in our "Beginners Series" from http://holsingersflyshop.com. In this episode you will learn how to tie the very simple yet very successful Brassie pattern. This is a great nymphing pattern that everyone should have in their fly box. 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.
The basics of how to fish small to mid-size mountain streams and rivers. Mountain stream fishing can be among the most rewarding of angling experiences. The fish are generally plentiful and eager to bite, the tackle and techniques required can be kept simple, and the beauty of the natural surroundings makes even a fishless day a success. Some of the basic principles that are covered in this video include:
- Fishing Tackle & Equipment
- Lure Selection
- Prime Fishing Times
- Reading Water