Featured on this page are the newest videos that have been added to YouTube over the last couple months. This page will be updated on a regular basis, and you can find the videos both here and under their appropriate category.
The results of the Project Healing Waters 2019 collection are FINALIZED! My wife Heather and I appreciate all of your donations for this collection, though more importantly, we appreciate those of you giving time to this incredible charity. Our goal was to further awareness of Project Healing Waters, thus please continue to spread the message and continue to get others involved in helping our veterans. If still interested in contributing or finding a chapter in your area, the link is: http://www.projecthealingwaters.org
In this fly tying tutorial, we welcome back guest tier Jake Adamerovich of Competitive Angler. Another variation is shared, this time of his Soft Hackle Perdigon...sans the hackle! Thanks for taking the time to share this with us, Jake.
This is my third " Questions and Answer" video for YouTube, based on the questions that you asked! For the links, make sure you follow the YouTube link, then go to the “Description” of the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7HDyE5qBdk&t=196s
Yes, I absolutely love fly boxes...especially when they're "DIY!" In this fly fishing video, I share two pathways you can create with your fly boxes, then we take a closeup look at two that I have used in my own setup. Be sure to get your creativity going, and I hope this video helps to improve your fly box system for the water.
In this episode of "From Vise to Water," I share my thoughts on Air-Lock strike indicators. These have found a spot in my vest over the last few years, and in this video, I share my favorite sizes, colors, and water types in which to use them.
I want to take a moment and thank all of YOU for the continued support of my videos, helping me now achieve 2.5 million video views! That's seriously crazy, and trust me, your encouragement means the world. Here's to 2019 and beyond...
Cammisa's Stealth Mode is a jig nymph that pays homage to tinsel-bodied flies with its use of UNI-Mylar. Though that material has "stealth" tendencies, everything completely changes with the rear hot spot...and fish don't seem to mind. Learn more about this pattern in the video.
It's obvious that I'm a fly tier, but there are instances in which I buy flies. I discuss one of my favorite "flies to buy" and then ask all of you to share your thoughts on this topic.
In this fly tying tutorial, we welcome back guest tier Chuck Furimsky. Many know of Chuck from his creation of The Fly Fishing Show, but few know of his advanced tying abilities. Chuck utilizes a material called Bugskin in this baitfish pattern, and shows us some great tips and techniques during the tying. Enjoy learning more about Furimsky's Bugskin Shinetail.
This is my second "Q & A" video for YouTube, based on the questions that you asked! Treat this one similar to a podcast, and be sure to comment on the YouTube page with your own thoughts and ideas.
If you haven't had enough fun with the original, here comes the Micro Mop! This pattern has an application for many situations, especially those discussed in the video. With many variations and tying methods available for this one, the Micro Mop allows for some creativity, plus it's an overall quick tie.
In this fly tying tutorial, we're joined by guest tier Jake Adamerovich from Competitive Angler. Watch as Jake ties this killer variation, Jake's Improved Zebra Midge.
In this fly tying video, I tie a simple version of the Foam Beetle. This is an easy-to-tie pattern that lends well to variations, but I also wanted to share how I use a foam cutter to tie multiple sizes. Finally, be sure to catch the end of the tying for a little hint, ha ha! ;-)
For this fly tying tutorial, I am proud to feature a guest tier, Mr. Dave Stewart, host of the Wet Fly Swing podcast. Dave shares one of his favorite summer steelhead flies, the Benevolent Dictator. Thanks for taking the time for this one, Dave, as I know my audience is going to love it!
In this "Two Minute Fly Tying" video, I share the modern version of the Utah Killer Bug that I fish. This pattern is incredibly simple to tie, and I give a few tips that may help you out. Thanks to my friend, Tom Glass, for sharing this one with me. Also, shout-outs to Frank Sawyer and the Tenkara Guides! ;-)
In this "Two Minute Fly Tying" tutorial, I share the Eggstasy Egg fly, a simple pattern that fish can't resist under certain conditions. In this video, I share the base pattern, but remember that there are multiple variations out there of this fly.
If you fish in waterways known for caddisflies, here's a pattern that belongs in your fly box! This caddis is one that I fish to imitate the Grannom Caddis (also known in areas as the Mother's Day Caddis). This is a "new and improved" version of a previous video, and I'm sure you'll enjoy this one.
In this fly tying video, I discuss a new travel vise, the Stonfo Airone. The vise is made of quality components and can definitely hold a variety of hook sizes, as I show in the video.
It's not too late to learn about and try articulated streamers! In this video, I share my "base" pattern, which you can modify with many options. Keeping it simple is the key to me, and most importantly, be sure to check your connections before fishing!
There are lots of options for fly tiers when it comes to UV resins, and I want to share one that I've been using recently, Solarez Ultra Thin Bone Dry. In this video, I discuss some of its benefits and also show the UV resin in use.