kelly galloup
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/52 I had the pleasure of interviewing Kelly Galloup, the man who changed the streamer game back in the day with the book Modern Streamers.  We talk about his youtube channel and the large resource for fly tyers, his porn fly names, walking the dog with bass fishing and other techniques on making the fish react.  This one was crazy good and a ride I could have kept on.  Hope you enjoy.
the stewart
In this video I show you how to tie a Stewart, my goto summer steelhead fly pattern.  This fly was developed by Marty Sherman, an old friend of the family.  I hope to get Marty on the podcast soon.   Click here to watch the Skunk Video Tutorial:   The Stewart Material List Thread:  8/0 Uni Thread Black (click here to purchase) Hook:  Daiichi #2441 size #6 (click...
the skunk
I show you how to tie a skunk, one of the most classic steehead flies that was created in the 1930's. There has since been many variations of the skunk including the Green-Butt Skunk tied by Callaghan of North Umpqua River fame.   Click here to watch the Skunk Video Tutorial:   The Skunk Material List Thread:  8/0 Daiichi Black (click here to purchase) Hook:  Daiichi #2441...
skip morris
Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/36 I had Skip Morris on the show to talk about trout fishing, fly tying the Lochsa River and a bunch of tips to improved your game.  We talk about the power of the woman in fly fishing and hear about Skip's background publishing 18 books to date. Skip talks about his biggest influences and some great stories from Alaska, bears and a whale that almost took him down.
green rat
In todays fly tying video I show you how to tie the Green Rat.  This pattern was tied originally by Warren Duncan for Atlantic Salmon but is a good steelhead pattern as well.   Click here to watch the Green Rat video:     Green Rat Material List Thread:  Size 70 Ultra Thread red (click here to purchase) Hook:  Dai-Riki #899 Size #6 (click here to purchase) Tail: Peacock...
max canyon
In this video tutorial I show you how to tie the Max Canyon (aka Macks Canyon).  This summer steelhead pattern was invented by my dad back in the 1970's. Scroll below to find the links to purchase all of the materials for this fly pattern.   Click here to watch the Max Canyon Video:   Max Canyon Material List Thread:  Size 70 Ultra Thread red (click...
fly tying webinar
I have a Free fly tying webinar that I am launching and sharing if you are interested in improving your fly tying game.  The first webinar will be for those just getting started or brand new to fly tying. Click on the link below to join the Free Fly Tying Webinar.  I'll cover all of the steps to find materials...
hackled skip nymph
In todays fly tying video I show you how to tie the Hackled Skip Nymph, a great callibaetis nymph and also a great nymph for steelhead fishing. I intereviewed Skip Morris in episode 36 of the Wet Fly Swing Fly Fishing Podcast.  This episode drops in August of 2018 so stay tuned if it's before that date.   Click here to watch...
brassie
In this video I show you how to quickly tie a Brassie, one of the nymphs that everyone should have in their fly boxes.   Click here to watch the Brassie Video:   Brassie Fly Material List Thread:  Size 70 Ultra Thread black Hook:  Mustad C49S Body:  Small Copper Wire Thorax (collar):  Peacock Bead:  1/8″ pink bead   Here's a brief description of the history from Fly Fishing the Sierra: The Brassie...
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