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Fly Tying

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At the very beginning we're always facing a dilemma of buying proper fly tying materials. Read my description and leave a comment.

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Shop the latest Fly Fishing 101: An Intro to Flies at Backcountry.com. Find great deals on premium outdoor gear.

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THE EASY NYMPH A quick answer to tying a really effective small stream nymph pattern in just a few minutes On a trip to Rhodes last year I left a smal...

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Dry fly tied on light and durable dry fly hook, which allows for good presentation. Year-round dry fly pattern which has a perfect profile to match the natur...

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A common misconception amongst inexperienced fly tiers is that prepped materials are the only ones worthy of a place by the vice. Veteran tiers eventually learn that being creative and using unlikely materials can save money and create some truly eye popping patterns.

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Which knots are used in fly fishing? How do I tie fly fishing knots? These are two of the fly fishing questions I get asked most often. Even my father-in-law has asked me—his biggest holdup with his fly fishing hobby was that he couldn’t remember which knot to use, or how to tie the knots. So I thought I would talk about the top six fly fishing knots that everyone should learn in order to become a better angler. Most of the time, you will only need two of these knots (the Double Surgeon’s…

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In this video, Chris demonstrates how to tie a whip finish knot by hand using an easy to see rope and actual fly tying thread. The whip finish knot is possib...

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The Micro Feather Game Changer is a snack-size articulated fly pattern that lands softly to avoid spooking fish, but still pushes enough water to get a predator's attention. Imagine a fly that perfectly imitates a baitfish in your local waters, not only in profile but by swimming like a real fish and provoking the pred

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Whether you are a beginner or just want to up your game, the following fly patterns are guaranteed to catch trout.

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