Category Archives: Videos

How to Tie a Puff Daddy Blue-Winged Olive

Matt Grobert shows how to tie a Puff Daddy Blue-Winged Olive in this week’s featured tying video.  “This is one of those times where it really pays to be picky about materials,” notes videographer Tim Flagler. “Matt starts with high quality natural …

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Video Hatch: “The Complete Angler: James Prosek”

The American Museum of Fly Fishing will honor James Prosek with the 2016 Izaak Walton Award at a ceremony on October 26, 2016. To mark the occasion, the AMFF has released the full version of Prosek’s Peabody Award-winning video “The …

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Video Hatch: “Flyfishing Sanxas”

This beautiful short film from Luke Bannister features the rivers and mountains of Västerbotten County in Sweden.

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Video Hatch: “Earn Your Story: Dedication”

This short film features the story of John Hanlon, an ambitious fly fishing guide in the Yakima Canyons and Cle Elum river in the Pacific Northwest. Via 1123 Productions.

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How to Tie a Vanilla Iso Parachute

The Vanilla Iso Parachute, a variation on the Iso Iso Baby, is the focus of this week’s tying video by Tim Flagler. Flagler innovates with a soft foam parachute and shows the steps for effectively locking it into place.  “I’ve …

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Video Hatch: “River Nomad”

Pat Clayton and John Arnold collaborate on this great short film of underwater footage featuring native bull trout. Via Scumliner Media.

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Video Hatch: “Borgund”

This beautiful films shows the waters and fish of Lærdal County in Sogn og Fjordane, a county in western Norway. Via Black Fly Eyes.

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Video Hatch: “Chinook”

This film from Todd Moen features the search for Chinook salmon in a remote tributary of British Columbia’s Skeena River. 

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Video Hatch: “Frank Moore Wild Steelhead Sanctuary”

Frank Moore has been fly fishing for more than 80 years and has dedicated his life to conserving and protecting his home waters, the North Umpqua River.

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How to Tie the Foam Beetle 2.0

Tim Flagler demonstrates the steps for tying an improved version of a classic fall pattern, the Foam Beetle 2.0.  As Flagler says, “this one uses very thin rubber leg material, as opposed to hackle fibers, to represent legs, and I …

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