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How to Use a Whip Finisher | Tenkara Talk

Here's a quick video on how to use one of fly tying's most iconic tools. It might seem intimidating to a beginner, but it's actually quite easy to use if you follow these simple steps. On a side note, while they come in various designs, my favorite is this style because they rotate freely and last

Fly tying a deer hair Run Caddis dry fly by Fabien Moulin

Deer hair for the the body and wings and some dubbing. Very few materials but effective fishing flies. I saw this fly for the very first time in a book from ...

How to Tie a Whip Finish Knot by Hand | Fly Tying for Beginners

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...

RECIPE: Hook: #14-18 Tiemco 921 Bead: Tungsten, Copper Thread: Brown UTC 70 denier Tail: Mottled Brown India Hen Back Fibers Abdomen: Brown UTC 70 Denier Rib: Black UTC 70 Denier Wingcase: Medium Opal Mirage Tinsel Thorax: Rusty Brown Superfine Dubbing Legs: Mottled Brown India Hen Back Fibers Body Coating: Clear Resin Finish

Charlie Craven changes the game with another killer pattern, the Two Bit Hooker. The goal of this pattern is to get the fly down into the zone as quick as possible. It does just that with two smaller tungsten beads back to back instead of one that messes up the proportions of the fly. Limiting the bulk with two smaller tungsten beads, enables this mayfly imitation to have a realistic, slender and flashy profile. The Two Bit Hooker is one of those flies that everyone must have in their…

FLY TYING ON A TIGHT BUDGET – Active Angling New Zealand

There is no doubt that the selection of fly tying materials available today is immense. Every week a new synthetic material seems to appear which apparently has properties better than the last iter…

Fly Tying: Pheasant Bugger Jig - 1 Minute Tying Tutorials

The Pheasant Bugger Jig - the one stop shop warmwater fish catcher! Its a very suggestive little fly that imitates burrowing mayflies, stoneflies, dragonflie...

A Simple Fly Pattern That Crushes Fish! - The Stanky Leg - Fly Tying Tutorial

In this fly tying tutorial, Cheech ties the Stanky Leg! This fly is a fly-fishing approved version of a tube jig. The beauty of this Stanky Leg pattern is th...

Fly Tying Friday: Jack Harford's "Redneck Tube Bait Fly"

Jack Harford is the contributor for this week’s Fly Tying Friday Post. Jack has written for the blog in the past and his posts are always welcome! In this post-Jack has a fly that will help you even the odds when fishing for warm water fish.

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