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04/09/12

Doug McKnight ER Crab - 10:15

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Thanks to Hatchfinders Fly Shop for hosting us again!

Doug Mcknight is a Livingston, Montana based Fly Tyer, Guide, Artist,
and is a regular contributor to the weekly fly. He is a fly designer
for Umpqua feather merchants, and his website is
www.bigwaterstudio.com.

Recipe:

  • Hook: TMC 811s
  • thread: Chartruese UTC 140
  • Eyes: Lead Dumbell
  • Tail: Marabou, rooster neck hackles, krystal flash
  • legs: Natural color rubber legs, colored with Sharpie markers
  • Body: Furry foam split in half, glues together with Zap Goo

04/02/12

  05:05:00 am , Categories: Salmonid Flies, Nymphs, By Fly Type, By Fly Tyer, Willy Self

Willy Self's Larva Lace Caddis - 7:21

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Willy discovered his passion for fly fishing at the early age of six. Shortly thereafter, he began tying his own flies for trout, salmon steelhead, and shad. Willy found his love of lake fishing early and has continued to fish stillwaters, becoming known far and wide for his expertise and knowledge. He has fished all over northern California, Idaho, and Montana. From famous blue ribbon trout rivers to high mountain lakes and reservoirs, from farm ponds to the big lakes, Willy has guided for over twenty years in Montana and Yellowstone National Park. Willy has continued to develop his fly tying skills and is currently a signature tyer for Brookside Flies out of Denver, Co. He is the Assistant Manager of Montana Troutfitters of Bozeman. He uses any number of Echo fly rods to ply his craft, including our spey and switch rods and is currently working on the new design of Airflo fly lines for special presentation on lakes. Spey casting may be a new approach for lake fishermen in the US, but in Europe it is a common practice allowing for long distant casts from the shoreline.

RECIPE:

  • Hook : size 8 thru 18
  • Thread : 3/0 mono cord
  • Body : Chartruse Larve Lace
  • Under Body : Calibateis UV dubbing
  • Thorax : Black Dubbing
  • Head : Black bead

03/26/12

Dean Reiner Wilted Spinach - 10:26

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Dean Reiner has been tying for many years, constantly seeking that perfectly tied fly. He started Hatchfinders Fly Shop in 1999 and turned the business over to his daughter, Dandy Reiner. Dean is in the shop 7 days a week, drinking coffee, tying flies, and spinning fishing tales.

Thanks again go to the Dandy and Dean for allowing us to film at their tying benches.

03/19/12

Doug McKnight Lowrider Sculpin - 8:54

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Thanks to Hatchfinders Fly Shop for hosting us again!

Doug Mcknight is a Livingston, Montana based Fly Tyer, Guide, Artist,
and is a regular contributor to the weekly fly. He is a fly designer
for Umpqua feather merchants, and his website is
www.bigwaterstudio.com.

Recipe:

  • Hook: Wapsi Super Jig Hook
  • Thread: Flat waxed nylon
  • Tail: Olive zonker strip
  • Belly: Mouse Grey Zonker strip, rainbow crystal flash
  • Fins: Dyed Olive pheasant saddle feathers
  • eyes: large mono nymph eyes
  • Head: Dark olive furry foam, glued with Zap Goo

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The Weekly Fly

There are plenty of fly tyers who have filmed themselves tying a fly in their basement with a handy cam and posted it on places like YouTube. Ours are different in quality. In quality of tyers, quality of flies tied, and quality of production value of the video, and also in quantity. We want to be THE source for free fly tying videos. We will be adding a fly recipe a week until there are no more. We will also be making our free library searchable by fly type and fly tyer and organized in a way that makes it more useful than doing queries on the net and digging through various other sites. We hope you enjoy.

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