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Nov
16

The Sunburst Spey Fly – Fly Tying Video

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Here we go with our first Steelhead & Salmon Spey fly tying video. Again, I have chosen Davie McPhail to demonstrate how to tie this fly. With the help of this video, I believe most of you can give Spey flies a try. Read More→

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Nov
12

Olive Stimulator Dry – Fly Tying Video

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If you are not fishing Stimulator dry flies at the end of spring, all summer, or all season long as a fantastic strike indicator for nymph fishing, I urge you to try. They float great, can imitate several stonefly species or simply act as an irresistible attractor to monster brown trout... This video shows one variation by Davie McPhail. Read More→

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Nov
04

Adams Dry Fly – Fly Tying Video

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Here is another useful fly tying video - this one on a dry fly. This week's pattern is on tying the famous Adams dry fly. This American fly pattern (created by Len Halladay of Michigan in 1922 at the request of his close friend Charles Adams) was believed to have originally been a down wing pattern that more closely imitated a caddis. Read More→

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Oct
28

Hare’s Ear Nymph – Fly Tying Video

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Second of the how-to fly tying videos by Davie McPhail from Scotland - on tying this proven, fish catching general purpose nymph: the famous (Gold-ribbed) Hare's Ear. I use this pattern in sizes #8 to #18 to prospect (search) for trout. There are many variations, mainly focusing on changing dubbing colors and adding some sort of flashy material (wingcase). Enjoy (and practice)!

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Oct
22

Pheasant Tail Nymph – Fly Tying Video

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This is the first in a series of how-to fly tying videos by Davie McPhail from Scotland. I really like the videos he shoots and how he ties his flies. I am starting the fly tying articles here with a series on All-round flies, starting with nymphs, moving on to dry flies, wets and streamers. Enjoy (and practice)!

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