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  1. This little beauty just popped up on our YouTube channel. A very, very simple fly you can tie using nothing but thread, a bead, and a silver wire with some UV resin. Feel free to check it out if interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s06cT_sUo2w as always, with EN subtitles
  2. I know it's not June but this little fly was fished in June during my recent trip to Slovenia and worked incredibly well for the local rainbows. As soon as I came back, we had a sit down and filmed a video to share our best pattern with the community, the CDC Hare's Ear: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUgZhbgk2LE
  3. Thanks a lot guys, I cannot underline the importance of your opinions and critiques enough for improving on our content and making both ourselves and the viewers happier. Truly appreciate it. None of this would be possible without you.
  4. I did not want to start a new topic just for another YouTube channel related question. We have been working really hard to put out multiple fly tying videos a week recently and they come in two formats - the regular, rather lengthy and detailed videos and One Minute Ties that shows a really simple, fast tutorial of trying the fly. Both of them have English subtitles, that help break the language barrier. I was wondering, which one do you guys prefer? Should we keep on doing both? Is there anything you think we should change in our videos? Thanks! The regular tying video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7g5MjSUzHQU&t One Minute Ties: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5yQhT2Qvuk P.S. The subtitles are written by hand and not the auto-generated type of stuff you tend to get
  5. Came into a local fly shop to buy a vice and some materials for a beginner, ended up with a solid Danvice vice and everything I needed to tie a Red Tag, long story short, I am now working in that fly shop lol
  6. Thank you so much for the replies guys, really helped me figure out what I should be doing with the videos!
  7. Hello fellow members, I have a very straight forward question to every one of you - would you watch YouTube content that contains a foreign language but is subtitled in English? This includes fly tying tutorials, fly fishing adventures, trips, information about fly fishing tools, and anything else fly fishing related. If so, would you watch all of this content, or would only stick to watching fly tying, only fishing trips etc.? We are talking quality footage - fly tiers with decades of experience, videos shot with high-quality equipment, not your regular GoPro on the chest kind of stuff. I am not going to post any links, as the point of this thread is not to advertise, but to understand whether there is a demand for such content. Every single answer is very appreciated!! Whether it is positive or negative, so please, let me know your opinion. Thanks! Edit: to be clear, the original language of the video would NOT be English, the subtitles would be a translation INTO English
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