Tag: Orvis

Orvis: Tying the Goddard Caddis

Because of all the deer hair work, this simple fly gives some tiers problems. But once you get the hang of it, it's a fun fly to tie and fish.

Because of all the deer hair work, this simple fly gives some tiers problems. But once you get the hang of it, it’s a fun fly to tie and fish. As long as you don’t mind lots of trimming!     Website: www.orvis.com.   Also look at: https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2021/02/01/orvis-tying-the-gd-sculpin-snack/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/12/06/orvis-how-to-match-your-tactics-to-a-specific-trout/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/25/orvis-how-to-double-haul-pete-kutzer/

Fly Fishing BIG BROWN TROUT & RAINBOW TROUT in back channels and back waters

Big trout rivers are best broken down to their smallest components. And one of the most obvious feature of big rivers is the side channels, back waters, braids and other bits of water that big brown and rainbow trout reside in.

​Fly Fishing BIG BROWN TROUT & RAINBOW TROUT in back channels and back waters. Part 1 Big trout rivers are best broken down to their smallest components. And one of the most obvious feature of big rivers is the side channels, back waters, braids and other bits of water that big brown and rainbow trout […]

Tim and Tom tie the LaFontaine Emergent Caddis Pupa

This pattern is one of the most deadly imitations of a caddis pupa after it reaches the surface and is ready to hatch.

This pattern is one of the most deadly imitations of a caddis pupa after it reaches the surface and is ready to hatch. It’s the most vulnerable stage of a caddis life cycle and trout key in on this.     Website: www.orvis.com.   Also look at: https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2021/02/01/orvis-tying-the-gd-sculpin-snack/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/12/06/orvis-how-to-match-your-tactics-to-a-specific-trout/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/25/orvis-how-to-double-haul-pete-kutzer/

Fly Fishing Spring Creek Epic – HUGE BROWN TROUT in gin-clear water

Fly fishing spring creeks can often be challenging for far more reasons than many streams.

​Fly fishing spring creeks can often be challenging for far more reasons than many streams. Spring creeks are gin-clear, weed laden, with tiny insects and wary, unforgiving, big brown trout. And these brown trout in this spring creek on this day presented a serious challenge. We stuck to it and connected with some seriously gorgeous, […]

“RISE ART” – An Artistic Feature Video of our Favorite Rising Trout

Our wonderful announcement and share of our new production available at our website: "RISE ART" www.jensenflyfishing.com to order this On-Demand production.

Our wonderful announcement and share of our new production available at our website: “RISE ART” www.jensenflyfishing.com to order this On-Demand production.     Subscribe for all our great videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/jensenflyfishing Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/accounts/login/?next=/jensenflyfishing/ On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JensenFlyFishing/ @The Orvis Company @tightlinevideo @The New Fly Fisher #orvisflyfishing #trout #troutfishing #troutstreams #flyfishingtips #flyfishingtactics   Also look […]

Orvis: Tying the GD Sculpin Snack

This is an easy streamer and the GD stands for George Daniel, not something else.

This is an easy streamer and the GD stands for George Daniel, not something else.   Website: www.orvis.com.   Also look at: https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/12/06/orvis-how-to-match-your-tactics-to-a-specific-trout/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/25/orvis-how-to-double-haul-pete-kutzer/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/22/orvis-understanding-trout-behaviour-podcast/

Tying the Tactical Hare’s Ear and Partridge Spider

Today we're tying the Tactical Hare's Ear and Partridge Spider, a terrific soft hackle wet fly.

Today we’re tying the Tactical Hare’s Ear and Partridge Spider, a terrific soft hackle wet fly.     Website: www.orvis.com.   Also look at: https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/12/06/orvis-how-to-match-your-tactics-to-a-specific-trout/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/25/orvis-how-to-double-haul-pete-kutzer/ https://flyfishing-blog.com/flyfishing-blog.com/2020/11/22/orvis-understanding-trout-behaviour-podcast/

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