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Video: How to Tie the Dorato Hare's Ear Dry Fly - Orvis News

Video: How to Tie the Dorato Hare's Ear Dry Fly

Video: How to Tie the Guide's Choice Hare's Ear Nymph - Orvis News

Video: How to Tie the Guide's Choice Hare's Ear Nymph

The Hare's Ear Nymph is certainly among the top five most common patterns for trout fishermen, as its buggy generalist look imitates all manner of aquatic insects. But the pattern tied in this video is not your father's.

Video: How to Tie the Griffith's Gnat Emerger - Orvis News

Video: How to Tie the Griffith's Gnat Emerger

The Griffith's Gnat is a venerable pattern named for one of the founders of Trout Unlimited, George Griffith. (Our friends at Tightline Productions showed you how to tie this fly six .

Video: How to Tie a Killer Damselfly Dry | Orvis News

Video: How to Tie a Killer Damselfly Dry

The success of Simon Perkins's video "Damsels in Distress"—which has hit views—got a lot of people thinking about these insects. When I guided at Hubbard's Yellowstone Lodge in.

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Classic Video: How to Tie the Rough-Water Caddis - Orvis News

Classic Video: How to Tie the Rough-Water Caddis

Here& a great caddisfly imitation from Norwegian tier Gunnar Bingen, which is meant to be fished in rough, broken water. I& bet that it also works well as a skittering caddis, too.

As I enjoyed a fishless evening on the Battenkill last night, I had the opportunity to watch a lot of March browns ovipositing. They don't return to the water in huge numbers, like Hendricksons, . . .Read More  »

Video: How to Tie the March Brown Emerger

Video: How to Tie the Shakey Bealy Wet Fly | Orvis News

Video: How to Tie the Shakey Bealy Wet Fly

The Shakey Bealy is named for famed Yellowstone National Park ranger Frank Beals, who supposedly would shake with anticipation on the morning of a fishing trip.

Video: How to Tie the Peacock and Partridge Wet Fly | Orvis News

Video: How to Tie the Peacock and Partridge Wet Fly

Fly patterns may go in and out of style, but in general, if a fly catches fish, it will catch fish forever. The Peacock and Partridge has been around for centuries and was probably first tied to fish.

Video: How to Tie a Sulphur Emerger | orvis.com/news

Video: How to Tie a Sulphur Emerger

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