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This is a video of Mike Lawson talking about the history of the fly and tying the EZ Caddis. We just wanted to share it with some hardcore fly tiers. https://vimeo.com/60180188 Visit the link to view the video
Devan Ence tying one of his signature fly patterns from Solitude Fly Company. If you are looking for a killer midge dropper look no further. This pattern can be tied in any color to match the situation and it doesn't hurt that the fish love to eat this bug. The original pattern had a glass bead on it but out of demand from some of the Henry's Fork Anglers guide staff there is now a tungsten version. Materials List: Hook: Daiichi 1130 #16 (#16-20 are the prime sizes) Bead: 3/32 Black Nickel Tungsten Thread: UTC 70 Black Abdomen: Hollow Micros Tubing Blood Red Wingcase; Pearl Micro Flashabou 1/100 Legs: Flouro Fibre
Cabin Fever (Video)
henrysforkanglers posted a topic in Fly Fishing Gear & TechniquesEveryone gets a little cabin fever this time of the year. Here is a video of some winter action on the Henry's Fork to help shake those feels a bit.
This is a video of Mike Lawson tying his EZ Caddis. This is an older video that we shot.
The Hen Saddle Matuka is another fly that is apart of Mike's Deadly Dozen. In this video Mike Lawson talks about why he likes the Hen Saddle Matuka and gives detailed instructions on tying the pattern. Mike says "This is down and dirty". This is a must have pattern for any serious streamer fisherman. This is one of the older videos we shot.
Tungsten Zebra Midge Video
henrysforkanglers posted a topic in Step by Step Patterns & TutorialsWorking on creating a video library of patterns. This was a test of footage quality. Check it out and let me know what you think. I know that it is a zebra midge but it is the 1st video in the series.
Henry's Fork Hatches: Midges with Mike Lawson
henrysforkanglers posted a topic in EntomologyHenry's Fork Hatches: Midges with Mike Lawson Short video of Mike Lawson talking about the midge hatch on the Henry's Fork. Check it out