Complete instruction on 7 essential patterns, from start to finish, including materials you will need . Based on the highly praised book of the same name, this program provides detailed, crystal-clear instruction on seven essential patterns, including dry flies, streamers, and nymphs. From bare hook to finished fly, nothing is left out.
Basic Fly Tying may be the clearest, most thorough video instruction for beginners ever produced. Based on the highly praised book of the same name, this two-disc set provides detailed, crystal-clear instruction on seven essential patterns, including dry flies, streamers, and nymphs. From bare hook to finished fly, nothing is left out. Even advanced tiers say they learn from watching master tier Marvin Nolte perform and narrate each step in his expert yet easy-going style. You can spend $200 on a week of tying lessons, or you can own this permanent, convenient reference.
- Whip Finish (by hand and with tool)
- Hackles and Dubbing
- Woolly Bugger
- Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear
- Pheasant Tail Nymph
- Elk Hair Caddis
- Compara Duns / Sparkle Duns
- Marabou Muddler
About the Author
Marvin Nolte is a professional fly tier and instructor and the 1995 recipient of the craft's highest honor, the Buz Buszek Memorial Fly Tying Award. His writings on fly-tying and entomology appear regularly in major fly-fishing magazines, and his work is featured in several books, including Tying the Classic Salmon Fly by Michael Radencich, Spinners by Sylvester Nemes, and The Atlantic Salmon Fly Book by Judith Dunham. Marvin Nolte teaches tying workshops throughout the United States, Scandinavia, and Europe and lives in Wyoming.
About the Videographer
Michael Radencich is a professional photgrapher, videographer, painter, and tier of classic salmon flies. He is the author of Tying the Classic Salmon Fly, and his ezquisite photographs of flies appear in numerous other books, including Fishing Atlantic Salmon by Joseph Bates Jr. and Pamela Bates Richards and Innovative Saltwater Flies and Spey Flies and How to Tie Them by Bob Veverka. Mr. Radencich lives in Missouri.
About the Editor
Jon Rounds is the editor of Basic Fly Tying and Basic Canoeing. He is an experienced angler and teaches writing and literature in central Pennsylvania.