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Old 10-02-07, 10:04 AM   #1
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Default Fly Tying and Pattern Links

In response for requests for links to other fly tying and pattern sites the following is submitted.
http://www.flyanglersonline.com
This site has just about everything. Patterns, tutorials, humor,etc. Highly recommended.
http://www.southeastflyfishingforum.com
Another great site. Very similar to our own NGTO.
http://www.flytyingforum.com
Actually four sites in one. Fly Tying / Rod Building / Fly Fishing / Classic Fly Tying. Take a look at some of the Salmon flies. Simply beautiful.
http://www.danica.com/flytier/index.html
Hans Weilenmann's site. Patterns from all over the world. Including, I believe, some by our own members.
http://KWSU.org/offers/OMNFlyTying.aspx
Offers downloadable tying tutorials. Approx. 50 30 minute programs with about 150 flies.
http://www.globalflyfisher.com
Patterns, Wallpaper, etc.
http://www.ultimateflytying.com
Patterns, entomology etc.
http://www.warmwaterflytyer.com
Patterns for warm water,etc.
http://flyfisherman.com/ftb/-fly
FlyFisherman's Magazine website, Patterns, Articles, etc.
http://onlineflytyer.com
Patterns, articles, etc.
http://tuce.ca/flytying.html
Links to fly tying and patterns
http://derekspace.net
Animations of wrapping, whip finish, etc.
http://www.troutflies.com
Tutorials of 20 + well known patterns
http://www.copperfly.net
Videos of Matarelli whip finish, hand whip finish/ hair stacking, etc.
http://diptera.co.uk/
Patterns and tutorials from the UK. Many of our favorites, but also many interesting patterns that I'm sure would work here in the Southeast US.
www.troutnut.com
Entomology, pictures of insects, etc.
www.theflybench.com
Patterns with pictures and tying instructions
http://www.flyfishingentomology.com/index.html
Fly Fishing Entomology
http://www.sethgreentu.org/entomology/entohome.html
Fly Fishing Entomology
http://www.hipwader.com/flyfishing/oreillys-fly-tying/
Patterns and tutorials
http://www.charliesflyboxinc.com/flybox/index.cfm
Step by step instructions
http://hook.tv/
Short clips of various fishing subjects including how-to's
http://www.flymph.com/
Flymph/Wingless wets patterns etc.
http://www.flyrecipes.com/index.php
Patterns for approx. 850 flies with more being added all the time. Really haven't looked at this site a lot, but it does look promising.
http://www.rockymtnfly.com/fly_tying...le_primer.aspx
Soft hackle patterns
http://www.theanglersnet.com/
Fly tying videos Quick look at this site and it appears to have about 90 short tying videos with each one featuring a different fly. No voice instruction, just visual presentation. The backgroud music wasn't bad!
http://www.flytyingclips.com/
http://www.flytyingworld.com/
http://www.flytyer.com/ Fly Tyer magazine online. Patterns, articles etc.
http://www.rareandunusual.com/troutwetflies.htm Classic wet flies Photos and recipes
http://web.mac.com/robertdotson/iWeb...n/Welcome.html Western Trout Flies-Yellowstone Reference Collection
This site offers some history of early fly tying in the western states along with some photos of these flies. Many of these flies will work on our waters.
http://learnflytying.co.uk/ From across the pond. A lot of stillwater patterns, but they will work on our moving waters also.
http://www.swedneckflyfishing.com/hoppers.htm Some foam hoppers and other patterns using foam.
http://www.jackgartside.com/articles_home.php The late Jack Gartside's site.
http://www.flyfishohio.com/Adventures_in_Fly_Tying.htm Fly tying videos
http://www.flytyingclub.org/fly-patterns-by-fly-type/
http://montana-riverboats.com/index.php?fpage=Fly-Tying
http://www.cbel.com/fly_fishing/ 533 fly fishing sites!!
http://www.czechnymph.com/en/e-shop/flies?item=0
https://vimeo.com/user3412872
http://www.allenflyfishing.com/fly-tying-tutorials/

http://www.lorenwflyfishes.com/tutorials/nymphs/hoover
http://www.thecatchandthehatch.com/

I realize that this is only a very small sampling of sites. Please feel free to post or PM me with other sites along with any comments you have on that site. I will then add them to this list.


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Old 10-02-07, 10:38 AM   #2
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Consider it stuck.

Here is the site where I learned most of my basic flies:

http://derekspace.net/

Many folks here will remember it as "http://www.tie-1-on.net" but he forgot to renew his domain lease and somebody snatched it from him. It still has good animation of how to wrap, whip finish, etc.

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Old 10-02-07, 01:51 PM   #3
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Thanks guys, and if somehow, magically, ALL those sites don't have what you are looking for just google "fly tying" or "fly tying patterns". I think all those sites should be sufficient. Once again, THANKS GUYS!
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hey this page is awesome!!!
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Old 08-25-08, 02:56 PM   #5
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Chuck,
www.theanglersnet.com is a pretty good website and it has fly tying videos on there that are pretty good imho.

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Old 12-28-11, 07:04 PM   #6
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Stumbled across this site that has a great compilation of recipes and tutorials for a wide range of flies.


http://www.taneycomotrout.com/howtostepsflytying.html
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Old 12-28-11, 08:15 PM   #7
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Thanks Chuck, enough resources to last a life time.
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Old 12-28-11, 08:20 PM   #8
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Chuck,
www.theanglersnet.com is a pretty good website and it has fly tying videos on there that are pretty good imho.


Just checked and there's a message that the domain has expired.
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Old 05-07-12, 11:17 AM   #9
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I've been needing some good websites to get patterns from, and I am looking forward to using these.
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Also the guy from Tightline Productions who does a most of the tying videos for the Orivis site has a bunch of really good tying videos at https://vimeo.com/user3412872.
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