HATCH – BIG SKY PMDs – Montana Fly Fishing By Todd Moen

Each July, I find myself heading back to my home state of Montana. Over the past 15 years, many of these trips have included an adventure with my good friend and master spring creek angler, Pete Corbett who is owner of Creekside Angling Company in Issaquah, Washington. We like to fish the Southwest region of the state. For this 2013 fly fishing trip, we met in Dillon, Montana. This time Pete fished some of our favorite public water, and we hit the PMD hatch that usually occurs in late June and early July. We were in the right place at the right time! The PMDs popped, coming off in thick numbers, with fish hungry and aggressively rising to chow down on the first big hatch of the summer. The second half of this video shoot was taken on a one-day walk/wade of McCoy’s Spring Creek, and we had some pretty good action there as well. Southwest Montana never lets me down!

Camera and Edit by Todd Moen.
Special thanks to Pete Corbett Owner of Creekside Angling Company one of the greater Seattle areas full service fly fishing outfitters.

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How To Fly Fish For Trout – Totally Awesome Fishing Show

This episode does what it says in the title. Fly fishing for Trout can be rewarding as you have the pleasure of making that perfect cast turn into the perfect catch. Graeme Pullen gives the beginners a big boost with his essential, easy-to-follow casting tips. And with 40 years fly fishing experience, he freely admits he is not a “pretty” caster – but the man certainly knows how to catch trout. In this episode he takes the Totally Awesome Fishing film editor and son Mike Pullen on his first ever fly fishing trip – all genuine, and not faked for camera. Mike soon taps in to the Avington Rainbows, but even Graeme is amazed at how quickly his son gets among the trout – of course, it must be his excellent coaching!
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How To Fly Fish- Beginner Fly Casting

How to fly cast for beginners. Capt. Chris Myers explains and demonstrates the basic fly fishing cast.

To begin the basic fly cast, start the flyrod down at the water and the line straight. (To learn how to straighten the line, watch my roll cast video) Begin lifting the line off the water slowly and smoothly. As soon as the fly line is out of the water (the leader and fly will still be in the water) increase your acceleration and come to a sudden stop causing the fly line to travel behind you and unroll off the tip of the rod in a candy cane shaped loop. zPause and do not move the rod while this loop unrolls. As soon as it is unrolled, begin moving the tip of the rod forward in a straight line with constant accelration to a sudden stop that is travelling out towards your target. As soon as the loop begins to form off the tip of the fly rod travelling forward, follow through by lowering the rod tip back to the starting position.

This cast should be made with about 20-25 feet of fly line outside the tip of the rod. Your elbow will remain close to your body and you wrist should remain firm and not bend to move the rod.

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Fly Fishing

You will feel the charm of Fly fishing for carp from this video. This is only a part of carp fly fishing . More fun awaits you.

Secret To Trout Fishing

Ran into a fellow fisherman who demonstrates some of his time tested tips and tricks to trout fishing. Try it for yourself and see what you catch!

Fly Fishing. Fly Casting :: Roll Casts, Curve Casts And More! :: Cast That Catch Fish

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Fly casting Video from Casts that Catch Fish, a fly casting instructional video from Master Fly Casting Instructor Carl McNeil that turns the instructional DVD genre on it’s head.
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Deschutes River Fly Fishing By Todd Moen

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During the last week of May, the adult salmonflies on the Deschutes River in Oregon start driving fly fishers and rainbows crazy. This video, Sky High Salmonfly, came together with weather perfect, bugs everywhere and with two fly fishing angler/guides with a rare day off work. Elke Littleleaf and Jakob Lund get caught up in the frenzy. Amid great scenery and slashing strikes on dry flies, I experimented with some new camera technology.

T-Motion Theater — Sky High Salmonfly
Date filmed — May 25, 2012
Camera and Edit by Todd Moen
Location — Deschutes River, Oregon
For an amazing Deschutes River fly fishing experience during the salmonfly hatch please contact Elke and Alysia Littleleaf at Littleleaf Guide Service — 541-615-0402 or e-mail elkekirk@gmail.com. Thanks to Jakob and Elke for a great couple of action packed days of fly fishing.

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Ask A Fly-Fishing Instructor VII: The Double Haul

Welcome to our seventh installment of “Ask a Fly-Fishing Instructor,” starring our own Peter Kutzer, who works at the Manchester, Vermont, Fly Fishing School. A couple months ago, we asked you to post some questions about your biggest casting problems. Reader “Bill E.” wrote,

How about some help with hauling and double hauling.
In this lesson, Peter explains why the double haul is useful for adding distance to the cast and taking pressure off your casting arm and wrist. The he demonstrates exactly what you need to do for a successful double haul, from the right timing to the proper length of your haul. If you’ve got more questions for Peter, post them below, and we’ll address each casting problem in a new video.

Fly Fishing Instruction – How To Dry Fly Fish For Trout

A quick lession on the basics of dry fly fishing for trout. Part of the O.A.R.S. rafting “How To” series of videos. Hosted by Mikey Wier. Check out O.A.R.S. rafting at oars.com or oarsweb on youtube for more great how to videos.

Fly Fishing Lessons – Part 2

The roll cast. How to cast line with your fly rod using this technique.

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