Uncle John returns in this one tying the classic Adams dry fly. Sit back and enjoy...
Humpy Dry Fly with Uncle John
I was fortunate enough to have my Uncle John tie this pattern on this video, and this is a special treat, being that he has been tying for over half of his life (age 82 in this video!). The tying of this pattern is not the simplest, thus I frequently will "commission" him for some of these flies...
Uncle John ties one of my favorite Catskill-style dry flies, the Light Cahill. As always, this made for a fun video, as Uncle John's knowledge and stories are enjoyable.
Chuck Furimsky's Turbo Tail
Chuck Furimsky, creator of The Fly Fishing Show, was my guest tyer on this informational video. Chuck shared the steps to tying his Turbo Tail, a pattern used for BIG fish, such as pike, striped bass, and musky.
Beach Body Stone
Josh Miller, a member of Fly Fishing Team USA, shares his creation, the Beach Body Stone. Josh is both an exceptional fly fisherman and tyer, and we can all learn some tips from him in this great tutorial.
Intruder Steelhead Fly
During this fly tying tutorial, I welcome guest tyer Joe Kayafas as he shares a version of the always-popular Intruder fly. During the video, Joe goes into detail explaining the various steps and techniques for tying this pattern, plus offers insight towards other possible variations and methods.
Stimulator Dry Fly
Don Ward of the Keystone Fly Rod Company does an incredible job with this one. The Stimulator has been used to catch many species of fish, and I love its use on the "dry-dropper" setup.
Swimming Crane Fly Larva
John Mlakar of the Pittsburgh area shares this SIMPLE tie with all of us. Be sure to stick around for the end when John shares some of his variations...
Andrew Dang shares a simple and effective caddis imitation in this one. What makes the tutorial even more impressive is that Andrew was in 10th grade when recording!
Pittsburgher Bruce Cox shares this classic tie, the Sulphur Thorax. There are many steps to the pattern, and Bruce does an excellent job of breaking them down and making it look easy!
Hendrickson Dry Fly
Uncle John is featured in this one tying an early season mayfly, the Hendrickson. He goes through all of the pattern's steps, plus gives some tips following the tutorial.