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For all the begining fly tiers such as myself I found this great site http://hipwader.com/. The pics are awesome along with the instructions. I had bought (shame on me) some ant wet flies and had a ton of fun with them yesterday with the browns until I lost my last one (still don't have that casting technique down yet). Plan on tying a bunch and stocking up my fly box. Also had good luck with a very simple black fly that my great uncle showed me years ago. Another simple yet productive pattern. If anyone is interested I would be happy to share it, just not sure how on this site. -Jack-

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Looking at all those site reminds me of how great of a benefit the internet and this community can be to the sport. Here are a couple of sites that have videos of several patterns being tied. Also, youtube has several.

 

http://www.theweeklyfly.com/

 

http://www.theanglersnet.com/Fly-Tying-Videos

 

 

 

 

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Guys,

 

There are about 400 tie-a-fly sites on the net. Some good, some not.

If you're noting a site in this thread, it's supposed to be a step-by-step instruction site.

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Guys,

 

There are about 400 tie-a-fly sites on the net. Some good, some not.

If you're noting a site in this thread, it's supposed to be a step-by-step instruction site.

z

 

Says who? :bs:

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http://ns33014.ovh.net/~dessaign/Lesmouche...on_sommaire.htm

 

in French, but with pictures go to emergers and seches.

 

Bad ass!!

 

That is a great site.

You can translate the site by going to

http://babelfish.yahoo.com/

and pasting the URL of the site into the box. It automatically translates pages as you click through.

It's not perfect, but if your wondering what a "mouche" is it's a help.

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