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Our last fishing day on lake of the woods! Big fat Bertha finally decided to bite the 14" crankbait, I love these fish!

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22:10

Joe Humphrey teaches the essentials of nymph fly fishing. This full-length show was shot in Joe's home region of Pennsylvania.
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4:05

http://holsingersflyshop.com is happy to bring you this short video on how to use an indicator to nymph fish. This is a preview for an upcoming full length DVD on indicator nymph fishing. This is just the basics, a quick overview in the DVD we will cover everything from leader setup to reading the water and what flies to use and how to tie them.

16:08

New Fly Fishing Rocky Mountain National Park Movie available at:
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How to Fly Fish in Colorado with Confidence

Music by Danial Bachman
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10:18

Floating an unfamiliar river for some super aggressive pike. I searched around for a while, and then found one of the best pike holes I've fished in a while!

Fly rod: 9' 8wt Orvis Clearwater rod (4 piece)
Reel: Waterworks‑Lamson Liquid Fly Reel 3.5
Line: 8wt scientific anglers fly line, 20lb tapered flouro leader with a 20lb RIO wire tippet.

Rod/reel setup:
-Quantum Octane 6'6" medium heavy action rod with an Abu Garcia silver max and 30lb braided line, connected to a 27lb 9" steel leader.
***The rod and reel I was using is a cheap setup, and I wouldn't necessarily recommend it. I only use it at the river in case something happens, I'd rather break that than an expensive rod/reel.