Fly Tying For Carp

Here are a few links for videos for tying Carp Flies:

Backstabber: https://youtu.be/RBQdp0OzF6g

Hybrid Carp Worm Fly: https://youtu.be/8GHnDXqfhkg

Clouser Swimming Nymph: https://youtu.be/WXv4vQNgfpo

Easy Corn and Bread Flies: https://youtu.be/B8ego2SL0_s

Jackalope Carp Fly: https://youtu.be/40yctk_85ks

Trouser Worm: https://youtu.be/0QnpVQdR4Pc

Moss Fly: https://youtu.be/1WfvRLq1PCs

Damselfly Nymph: https://youtu.be/CdQuQLSIs18

El Crawcito: https://youtu.be/ooNsDCYPZaY

Fly Tying For Musky

Here are a few videos for tying Musky and Pike flies:

Blane Chocklett’s T-Bone Fly: https://youtu.be/wMFTq3dV2y8

Snake Charmer: https://youtu.be/bWqBBRCf5j8

BAM:https://youtu.be/sCzgysjXEOQ

Andreas Andersson’s Delivery Man: https://youtu.be/dRy_f4-WpDs

The Mitt: https://youtu.be/F4Hqzz1jUpI

Macho Panfish: https://youtu.be/CGNJEHQynpA

Optimus Swine: https://youtu.be/eP1eijJwrps

Blane Chocklett’s Feather Game Changer: https://youtu.be/pnusWHYLCto

Matt Grajewski’s Nut Butter: https://youtu.be/Ns0joCAtKRI

Flashtail Whistler: https://youtu.be/sgYQ2CCo81g

Red and White Pike Fly: https://youtu.be/okyNdZGVIGo

Big Booty Deceiver: https://youtu.be/zCEKW57dx68

The Kraken: https://youtu.be/BE2a8lzYiaQ

The Rattle Snake: https://youtu.be/lUOyr1K0Sfc

Blane Chocklett’s Head Pike Tube Fly: https://youtu.be/8EfnlMnRI6k

Yellow Monster Bugger: https://youtu.be/eDvvRUyPQAE

Brad Boshen’s Bohen 747: https://youtu.be/nuBCQUTl6d8

Big Cheesa: https://vimeo.com/113620341

The Pants Changer: https://vimeo.com/113629428

The Sully Tutorial: https://vimeo.com/114087306

Fly Tying For Bass

Fly Tying For Bass

Here are a few links to fly tying videos for Bass:

Poppers:

Double Barrel Bass Bug: https://youtu.be/4wKrFsAfMZo

Crystal Popper: https://youtu.be/T90WusF7KLo

Zudbubbler Frog: https://youtu.be/zveWfMnBMVM

Howitzer Bustin’ Baitfish: https://youtu.be/ALI_irC4iZQ

Divers:

Swingin’ D: https://youtu.be/85wqo8quiSg

Swingin’ D 2.0: https://youtu.be/bolOcG9ON6g

Dahlberg Diver: https://youtu.be/GvQEolFlV2c

Streamers:

The Equalizer: https://youtu.be/WVWrWvbFQ7g

Enrico Puglisi Bluegill/Sunfish: https://youtu.be/J2BMJ7vMQzI

SBS: https://youtu.be/yzF9OyKRD-M

Pat Cohen’s Sweet Baby Cray: https://youtu.be/7-G9KuHydNk

Pat Cohen’s Jiggy Craw: https://youtu.be/0LHhA4NRLQI

Pat Cohen’s Slup N’ Burp: https://youtu.be/beQq35lKMj0

Pat Cohen’s Devil Drifter: https://youtu.be/M919pM1U16k

Hollow Tie Craft Fur Baitfish: https://youtu.be/fhMCy2FlPbs https://youtu.be/if9qhk68jM4?list=LLIdIkp_uBiYEw-Pb4-BDBjw

Wool Head Sculpin (use black wool): https://youtu.be/o677runyon0

Clouser Minnow: https://youtu.be/Up0ao_XsP-4?list=PLUWsRq-6lCLHbf-RDYh9CagyOFmrD47kL

Blane Chocklett Game Changer: https://youtu.be/oFU3GB2M4zs?list=PLUWsRq-6lCLHbf-RDYh9CagyOFmrD47kL

CK Baitfish: https://youtu.be/I4s5Gvo7bt0

Clawdad: https://youtu.be/z8CoanZZfx0

El Crawcito: https://youtu.be/ooNsDCYPZaY

Fly Tying for Trout

Nymphs:

Here are some of the best fly tying videos around:

Zebra Midge: https://youtu.be/urAF71Fm4yk

Prince Nymph: https://youtu.be/A21x_6uzWxI

Hares Ear Nymph: https://youtu.be/fDGmD8Zlcqw

Pheasant Tail Nymph:https://youtu.be/Q_KuIO9k_K8

Perdigon Nymph:https://youtu.be/B7oiB5GypzI

Egan’s Surveyor: https://youtu.be/vhJE7xOQZBA

Squirmy Wormy: https://youtu.be/Td1VaolBbmY

Mop Fly: https://youtu.be/V1E4T40romQ

Catgut Caddis Pupa: https://youtu.be/0LaNwsEXf5A

Walt’s Worm: https://youtu.be/g870d2SviOU

Stone Fly: https://youtu.be/_y5h-b6tal0  https://youtu.be/09sUi0abjlY  https://youtu.be/IWAnRWY4peo  https://youtu.be/0pJKBjkjQfc   https://youtu.be/cNjZU0UakOI

Dave Hise Waxy Worm: https://youtu.be/5tKoiDSD6R0 also check out page 64 of SCOF http://southerncultureonthefly.com/issue13/scof_ifall2014.pdf

Dave Hise Simple Grub: https://www.instagram.com/p/BZ0qm4WjQt3/?taken-by=dhise123

Rainbow Warrior: https://youtu.be/HfEQB6f7uWg

Iron Lotus: https://youtu.be/4K_6QSMEziA

Frenchie: https://youtu.be/PMnx_Hz-oG8

Egan’s Red Dart: https://youtu.be/PMnx_Hz-oG8

Brass Ass: https://youtu.be/EmbA4D1uaNs

 

Dry Flies:

Adams: https://youtu.be/iOYxWjQfYpg?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Matts Gnat: https://youtu.be/VlZ5hzM_1Wo?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Griffiths Gnat: https://youtu.be/HFOTQU9UGWQ?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Hendrickson: https://youtu.be/nRjmHzmvFKQ?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Asher Stacker: https://youtu.be/2fcZIzIVmrI

Cicada: https://youtu.be/IrcUgzxCPo4

Rusty Mayfly Spinner: https://youtu.be/RGCNVVHgMJk

Flying Black Ant: https://youtu.be/BKVjx57CgEk

Palomino Caddis: https://youtu.be/sx9eFVQAlNs

Elk Hair Caddis: https://youtu.be/g_ZyaEoc3HU

Puff Daddy: https://youtu.be/jlPVd3wrEq0

Easy Parachute Fly: https://youtu.be/9h4R8tSF4Zc

Royal Wulff: https://youtu.be/VXJCwciQpE0

Yellow Humpy: https://youtu.be/iHDwyzl2Sgg

Yellow Sally Stimulater: https://youtu.be/HRv3MYBRFmU

Blue Winged Olive Puff Daddy: https://youtu.be/Udj03IzzfGk

Wally Wing Rusty Spinner: https://youtu.be/ciKP0vBk4YE?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Als Trico: https://youtu.be/5rrZ_HE9KDo?list=PLz42K_a_F18T14_FXzAjUZVViQVtz2s52

Callibaetis Comparadun: https://youtu.be/NBGFHR70hFk?list=PLzznwE8sf0KV-GUXVwzWA05PoKEBFfoSp

Blue Winged Olive: https://youtu.be/Xtcpkrbrs1E

Reaper Midge: https://youtu.be/o8ltXfQ05P4

Hopper Fly: https://youtu.be/afjvX1hBN40

Foam Ant Fly: https://youtu.be/GV_uKMei99M

Foam Beetle: https://youtu.be/URoo84kRpic

Streamers:

Kreelex: https://youtu.be/t3xaQTtpmWA

Golden Retriever: https://youtu.be/5G0lxgBSt3o

Trow Minnow: https://youtu.be/HTWP6QSjys4

CK Baitfish: https://youtu.be/I4s5Gvo7bt0

Clawdad: https://youtu.be/z8CoanZZfx0

Wooly Bugger: https://youtu.be/-qddVdhAFFg

Belly Scratcher Sculphin: https://youtu.be/Puh1dik_ISc?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Complex Twister Bugger: https://youtu.be/2jPb3J38cg8?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Mongrel Meat: https://youtu.be/UW5qMmsn2XM?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Huevo Frito: https://youtu.be/0Rz67qkm_QE?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Articulated Trout Slider: https://youtu.be/4BmL4qBpuxU?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Lunch Lady: https://youtu.be/3nfZTgkkwII?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

Mousey McMouse: https://youtu.be/QNLPehrFaJ8?list=PLzznwE8sf0KUjmeig4-QtidOh8Bg7JOpY

EP Streamer Baitfish: https://youtu.be/rXciN1urz0M?list=PLUWsRq-6lCLHbf-RDYh9CagyOFmrD47kL

Barr’s Slumpbuster: https://youtu.be/9HXgCOIaep0?list=PLUWsRq-6lCLHbf-RDYh9CagyOFmrD47kL

Muddler Minnow: https://youtu.be/4KGBNKo_F7w?list=PLUWsRq-6lCLHbf-RDYh9CagyOFmrD47kL

Kelly Galloup’s Sex Dungeon: https://youtu.be/4cNMONDokgA?list=PLB6AD15DAE4DA0C04

Kelly Galloup’s Circus Peanut: https://youtu.be/p8IdXGndHQE?list=PLB6AD15DAE4DA0C04

Rich Strolis’s Headbanger Sculpin: https://youtu.be/vUxfyo9-TiQ?list=PLrtBdvBHjW2NpUCt9xAWYEe_fjgy2osBO

Kelly Galloup’s Barely Legal: https://youtu.be/YcfbUUntmEU?list=PLrtBdvBHjW2NpUCt9xAWYEe_fjgy2osBO

The Ice Pick: https://youtu.be/jMemp-VBAts?list=PLrtBdvBHjW2NpUCt9xAWYEe_fjgy2osBO

Sculpzilla: https://youtu.be/kEJXBuy4cS8

Blane Chocklett’s Game Changer: https://youtu.be/tQDGJHxV28U

Belly Scratching Game Changer: https://youtu.be/g5j_SWavdOc

Blane Chocklett’s Feather Game Changer: https://youtu.be/SHjzSPQCdo8

Articulating Double D Bunny: https://youtu.be/4FmLUdusSrg

NSC Copper John

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Materials:

  • TMC Size 12-18 Hook
  • Copper Tungsten Bead
  • Orange UTC 70 Thread
  • Yellow UTC Vinyl D-Rib Midge
  • Peacock Ice Dubbing
  • Moose Hair
  • Partridge Feather
  • Green Metz Sili Skin
  • UV Resin

Directions:

  1. Begin by putting your bead on your hook then putting it in the vice.
  2. Tie on your thread beginning behind the bead and trim off any excess.
  3. Wrap the thread towards the rear of the hook.
  4. After stacking a small bit of moose hair tie in the hair where you stopped the thread. Trim off any excess after the moose hair is tied in.
  5. At the point of where you trimmed off the excess moose hair tie in the d-rib, taking several wraps with your thread towards the rear of the hook.
  6. Take the d-rib and begin wrapping it towards the bead of the hook, take several wraps stopping halfway up the fly to form the abdomen of the fly. Tie off and trim off any excess.
  7. Tie in the sili skin.
  8. Take a medium amount of peacock dubbing and form a dubbing noodle on your thread. Wrap this dubbing noodle to behind the bead to form the flies thorax.
  9. Cut the tip off the partridge feather to form a small v with the partridge tips. Tie a hook gap of these tips to the fly behind the bead, trim off the excess.
  10. Bring the sili skin up and over your thorax to form the wing case and tie off just behind the bead.
  11. Whip finish and trim off excess thread.
  12. Take a small amount of uv resin and apply it to the wing case then zap with uv light.

Higa’s SOS

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Higa’s SOS

Materials:

  • TMC 2302 Size 12-18 Hook
  • Silver or Black Tungsten Bead
  • Black UTC 70 Thread
  • Black UTC Vinyl D-Rib Midge
  • Black Rabbit Dubbing
  • Moose Hair
  • Black Krystal Flash
  • Red Metz Sili Skin
  • UV Resin

Directions:

  1. Begin by putting your bead on your hook then putting it in the vice.
  2. Tie on your thread beginning behind the bead and trim off any excess.
  3. Wrap the thread towards the rear of the hook.
  4. After stacking a small bit of moose hair tie in the hair where you stopped the thread. Trim off any excess after the moose hair is tied in.
  5. At the point of where you trimmed off the excess moose hair tie in the d-rib, taking several wraps with your thread towards the rear of the hook.
  6. Bring your thread back to the point where you tied in the d-rib and tie in the sili skin.
  7. After the sili skin is tied in take the d-rib and begin wrapping it towards the bead of the hook, take several wraps past the sili skin. Tie off and trim off any excess.
  8. Take a medium amount of rabbit fur and form a dubbing noodle on your thread. Wrap this dubbing noodle to behind the bead to form the flies thorax.
  9. Behind the bead tie in a single strand of krystal flash that has been doubled over. Trim off the excess but do not worry about getting it the exact length you want for your legs.
  10. Bring the sili skin up and over your thorax to form the wing case and tie off just behind the bead.
  11. Whip finish and trim off excess thread.
  12. (Optional) Take a small amount of uv resin and apply it to the wing case then zap with uv light.

Vinyl D-Rib Soft Hackle

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Vinyl D-Rib Soft Hackle

Materials:

  • TMC 2302 Size 12-18 Hook
  • 1/8” Tungsten Bead
  • UTC 70 Thread or 100 GSP (Your Choice of Color)
  • UTC Vinyl D-Rib Nymph Size (Your Choice of Color)
  • Rabbit Dubbing (Your Choice of Color)
  • Partridge Feather

Directions:

  1. Start by putting the bead on your hook and putting in the vice.
  2. Wrap the thread behind the bead and secure to the hook, cut off any excess.
  3. Tie the d-rib behind the bead.
  4. Wrap thread down with the d-rib down to the bend of the hook. Bring the thread back to the bead.
  5. Wrap the d-rib back up to the bead of the hook, tie off, and trim the off the excess d-rib.
  6. Take a small amount of rabbit dubbing and apply it to the thread to form a small dubbing noodle. Wrap this behind the bead to form a small thorax.
  7. Tie in the partridge feather. Take several wraps with the partridge feather to form the soft hackle.
  8. Whip finish and cut off excess thread.

Frenchie PT Nymph

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Frenchie Pheasant Tail

Materials:

  • TMC 2302 Size 12-14 Hook
  • 1/8” Black Tungsten Bead
  • Brown UTC 70 Thread
  • Pheasant Tail
  • UTC Peacock Holo Tinsel
  • Wapsi Mottled Turkey Quill
  • Wapsi Golden Stone Awesome ‘Possum
  • Gold UTC Brassie Wire

Directions:

  1. Start by putting the bead on your hook and putting in the vice.
  2. Wrap the thread behind the bead and secure to the hook, cut off any excess.
  3. Wrap the thread to the end of hook then taking a small amount of pheasant tail tie in the tail of the fly.
  4. Take a couple wraps up to were you will form the thorax of the fly and tie in the wire and the holo tinsel.
  5. Cut off 3-4 turkey quills and tie them in at the tail of the hook. Take your thread to bead of the hook. Using a hackle plier take the turkey quills up to the bead of the hook and secure them in with your thread.
  6. Pull your holo tinsel up and over the fly to the bead of the fly then secure.
  7. Candy cane the wire up to bead of the hook and secure the wire with your thread.
  8. Take the Awesome ‘Possum and apply to the thread to make a loose dubbing noodle. Wrap this dubbing noodle several times behind the bead then whip finish.

Pheasant Tail Nymph

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Pheasant Tail Nymph

 

Materials:

•TMC 2302 Size 14 Hook

•Gold 1/8” Tungsten Bead

•Brown UTC 70 Thread

•Pheasant Tail

•UTC Brassie Silver Wire

•Wapsi Mottled Turkey Quill

•Peacock Herl

•Clear Cure Goo Hydro (Optional)

Directions:

  1. Begin by putting your bead on your hook then putting it in the vice.
  2. Tie on your thread beginning behind the bead and trim off any excess.
  3. Take your thread towards the bend of the hook and tie in a small amount of pheasant tail to form your tail.
  4. Take your thread back towards the middle of the fly and tie in your wire, take wraps towards the tail of the fly.
  5. Cut out 3-4 mottled turkey quills and tie in at the tail of the fly, with hackle pliers these quills up the fly to where you tied in the wire to form your abdomen.
  6. Candy cane your wire next in the opposite directions that you took your quills and tie where you stop with the turkey quills.
  7. Take your thread all the way up to the bead of the hook. Cut off 10-15 pheasant tail fibers, with the tips of the fibers facing towards the bead tie in fibers on top of the hook leaving just enough of the tips to form the legs of the fly. Once the pheasant tail fibers are secure behind bead wrap your thread back towards the abdomen of the fly making sure the fibers stay on top of your hook.
  8. From here tie in 4-5 peacock herls then take your thread towards the bead of the hook. With the peacock herls secure wrap these towards the bead leaving a small amount of room in between them and the bead.
  9. Take the pheasant tail fibers and fold them up and over peacock herls, dividing the pheasant legs when you get to the bead. Secure the wing case with several turns of thread and whip finish.
  10. With wet fingers pull the legs of the fly down and apply a small amount of CCG Hydro to the wing case and zap with UV light.

 

 

Caddis Pupa Nymph

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Caddis Pupa Nymph

Materials:

  • TMC 2487 Size 10 Hook
  • 1/8” Gold Tungsten Bead
  • Red UTC 70 Thread
  • Vickie Howell Sheep(ish) Yellow(ish) Yarn
  • Wapsi Natural Mottled Thin Skin
  • Partridge Feather
  • Olive Rabbit Dubbing
  • Black Krystal Flash
  • Clear Cure Goo Hydro

Directions:

  1. Start by putting your bead on your hook and put in the vice.
  2. Secure your thread on the hook and take wraps to the below the bend of your hook.
  3. Tie in the thin skin.
  4. Take the yarn and cut off a six inch piece. Separate the strands of the yarn so that you have 4 1/4 strands of the yarn. Take one of these strands and tie on to the hook just above the thin skin (hint wet the yarn tip).
  5. Form a small cigar shaped abdomen at the bend of the hook with your thread, then bring the thread back to the bead of the hook.
  6. The next part is the hardest part on this fly, take your time and have patience. If you don’t like the way fly is coming together start over. So take the yarn with hackle pliers and spin it until its manageable again. Take this yarn and wrap it once around the hook, then bring over the thin skin, wrap your yarn over the thin skin, then wrap the yarn twice around the hook. Continue this process until reach the end of your cigar shape abdomen. Secure both the thin skin and the yarn, cut off the excess yarn but not the excess thin skin.
  7. Attach a partridge feather just above the thin skin, take several wraps with the partridge to form the soft hackle of the nymph. Secure and trim off any excess.
  8. Apply the rabbit dubbing to thread to form a dubbing noodle.
  9. Wrap the dubbing noodle up to the bead and tie off using the the red thread.
  10. Take the krystal flash and tie it in in this space behind the bead to form the horns of the fly.
  11. Pull the thin skin up and over the thorax of the fly, you will be going in between the soft hackle, then secure with tight wraps behind the bead. Whip finish and trim off the waste thread and thin skin.
  12. Cut the krystal flash horns to desired length.
  13. Pull down on the krystal flash and the soft hackle, put a small amount of CCG on the thin skin at the thorax, finish with UV light.

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