Video: How to Tie the Tungsten Rainbow Dart

In the latest great fly-tying video from Tightline Productions, Tim Flagler shows you how to tie a fly that’s a mash-up of three great Lance Egan patters: The Rainbow Warrior, Tungsten Surveyor, and Red Dart. The idea is to . . .

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Video Pro Tips: How to Choose the Right Nymph

One of the first things that a fly fisher learns is that matching the hatch is important. But how, exactly, do you do that–especially when there are no insects on the water’s surface? Here’s a two-part . . .

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Master-Class Monday: Dry-Dopper Accuracy

When it comes to catching large trout, accuracy and timing are everything. Watch Dave Jensen, as he spots a huge fish in a small stream, agonizes over just where to place his fly, and makes . . .

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Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival 03.15.19

Welcome to the another edition of the Orvis News Friday Fly-Fishing Film Festival! Each week, we scour the Web for the best fly-fishing videos available and then serve them up for you to enjoy. This was a killer week for . . .

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Video: Learn to Double Haul in 5 Minutes

A lot of anglers struggle to learn the double haul, even when someone else demonstrates it for them. That’s why I like to post several different teaching methods for the same cast, in the hope that . . .

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Video: How to Tie the Corded Cased Caddis

In the latest great fly-tying video from Tightline Productions, Tim Flagler shows you how to tie a cased-caddis imitation that, weirdly, has a tail. While this may offend die-hard hatch-matchers, I have a strong belief that, . . .

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Video: How to Measure Hackles

One of the keys to a well-proportioned fly pattern is using the correct size hackle. And it’s not just about the appearance of the fly, as most dry-fly patterns depend on a certain length of hackle to ride properly on the . . .

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Video: How to Cast Sinking-Tip Lines

Ben Sittig, a.k.a Huge Fly Fisherman, is back with another informative and humorous video. This time, he explains the best, most efficient way to cast a sinking-tip line. As you’ll see, it has less to do with your casting motion and . . .

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