Fly Fish TV DVD's

Streamer Fishing for Trophy Trout Dvd
Item # KD023
$24.95


'STREAMER FISHING FOR TROPHY TROUT' DVD The complete details on Kelly Galloup's breakthrough system for streamer fishing big trout. Chapters include: Predator Theory, Rigging, Reading Water (best holding areas), Fishing the Far Bank, Wade and Boat Tactics, Retrieves, and the Best Flies. 2-Hour DVD
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Wottons Top Ties Dvd
Item # KD038
$24.95


WOTTON'S TOP TIES by Davy Wotton. 5 of Davy's most original flies, including the Wotton Shad (over 25-species caught on this unique pattern!), Davy's Sculper, Wotton Bugger, Transparent Caddis Emerger and the Blk & Silver Spider. Precise tying instruction from a master. 2-hour DVD
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Advanced Streamer Fishing Dvd
Item # KD062
$29.95


'ADVANCED STREAMER FISHING' with Kelly Galloup The long-awaited sequel to 'Streamer Fishing for Trophy Trout', 'Advanced Streamer Fishing' takes you further into the world of articulation and the techniques needed to master all types of fishing situations. Shot on location in HD, Kelly takes you to the Wind and Madison Rivers as well as the South Fork of the Snake in search of giant fall browns. Both dry and sinking line; flies, presentations and retrieves are explained and demonstrated in great detail. Learn when and how to use one line verses the other, and see what a difference a slight change in your tactics can make. Kelly's BIG FLY BIG FISH approach is catching on everywhere. In this action and information packed production, you'll learn the flies, casts, retrieves and other techniques (including vertical jigging, upstream presentation, and much more) that will give you a shot at the largest trout in your waters. 90 minute DVD shot in HD
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High Sticking & Reading Water Dvd
Item # KD114
$24.95


"HIGH STICKING & READING WATER" WITH Kelly Galloup - Graphic demonstrations of high stick nymphing with detailed lessons on reading water are the heart of this instructional video that follows four days on the water. Kelly shows you numerous ways to become a better nymph angler, including high sticking where your fly line is kept off the water to insure a good drift. Along with a host of close-up angling sessions, the production is filled with graphics that teach you how to read water. 90-minute DVD
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Nla
Item # KD133
$24.95


BOB JACKLIN'S YELLOWSTONE TIES VOL. 1 DVD with Bob Jacklin: Bob Jacklin has been tying flies since he was sixteen years old, learning from such legends as Lee Wulff. Recently inducted into the Fly Fishing Hall of Fame, he has been honored for his tying, teaching, and angling expertise. At his fly shop in West Yellowstone Bob creates these patterns that "just catch fish". Grey Wulff... This fly matches a variety of drakes you will find on Western waters. It can be tied in a number of sizes, has broad applications and is one you shouldn't be without. Royal Wulff... For decades this was the most popular dry fly in Yellowstone Country, the Royal Wulff is still hard to beat. Bob ties it to perfection and in the way Lee Wulff taught him. March Brown Nymph... This is just a buggy looking tie that can work as an early stonefly or as a host of other nymphs. It is a sophisticated offering yet relatively easy to create. Green Drake... The largest mayfly to hatch in the Far West, this tie is done Wulff or Compara Dun style. It incorporates a variety of unique materials to make it stand out in a crowd. Platte River Special... This streamer pattern, developed in Wyoming, is now popular everywhere. Jacklin adds some creative twist and turns to make it a universal silhouette. Great Western Stonefly... The Salmon Fly, a beautiful mouthful of feathers, fibers, and fur, is not the easiest to craft. Bob shows you just how to make it look edible. 60 minutes.


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Madison River Dvd
Item # KD137
$24.95


MADISON RIVER DVD with Kelly Galloup: Kelly Galloup knows the Madison as well as any angler; his Slide Inn fly shop, lodge, and guide service are right on the river. He has filled this video with practical information and angling lessons that decades of fishing the Madison have taught him. As your host, he will take you to each fishable section of the Madison from it's start in Yellowstone Park to where it meets Ennis Lake. In addition to angling tips Kelly goes over four of his favorite fly boxes for fishing the Madison. He shows you an 'all around' selection of patterns that will work throughout the course of the river and its' seasons. You'll also see boxes of giant stoneflies, the most popular dry attractors, and a solid bunch of streamers. Regarded as one of the greatest freestone trout fishing rivers in the world, The Madison holds great numbers of Brown and Rainbow trout. This comprehensive production will give you a grasp on the nature of the river and how to fish it. You will be able to visualize what awaits you and construct and angling plan that will make your Madison River adventure the most it can be.


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HENRY'S Fork Dvd
Item # KD138
$29.95


HENRY'S FORK DVD with Mike Lawson: Mike Lawson is without a doubt the angler most associated with the Henry's Fork of Madison River. As a boy he grew up fishing it with his father, as an adult it has been the center of his life's work as a guide, fly shop owner, and outfitter, and now it has become a principle subject of his major book 'Spring Creeks'. In this feature-length video he shares with you some of his hard-won knowledge of the Henry's Fork. Big Trout are what the Henry's Fork is known for and you will see quite a few in this production, but mostly it is about where and how to fish the river. Along with taking you personally to every major angling stretch he gives numerous lessons on presentation. You'll discover his preferred techniques and patterns for the three significant water-types you will encounter when you travel to this famed fishery.

Expert Instruction is delivered by Mike, his brother Rick, and by guests Jack Dennis and Kelly Galloup. All appear in segments emphasizing different portions of the Madison. Top spots you’ll discover include: the Box Canyon, Harriman Park, Osborne to Riverside, Mesa Falls to Warm River, Ashton, Chester, Fun Farm, Del Rio, St. Anthony, and Parker. It is truly and action and information packed visual adventure. 120 Minutes.


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South Fork Of The Snake River Dvd
Item # KD139
$29.95


SOUTH FORK OF THE SNAKE RIVER DVD three thousand trout per mile have been counted on the upper sections of the South Fork. It holds over 60 miles of fishable banks, runs, riffles, current seams, side channels, and most any other type of trout water you might imagine. There are even twelve miles of road-less river, the famous 'Canyon Section', where unmatched angling is only equaled by spectacular scenery. Six different mayflies, a variety of caddis, numerous stones, and a host of terrestrials are just part of the South Fork's prolific food chain. You'll explore it all in this feature-length DVD that has graphic sequences of both angling action and instruction.

Native Cutthroat and Wild Browns are the real stars of the video. You'll see both their deliberate takes of dry flies and slashing grabs of big streamers. Detailed dialogue ensures you'll be ready to fish the South Fork of the Snake when you arrive. Discover the many faces of the South Fork, the techniques and flies for fishing them, and where and how to reach the key wade and boat access points. The examination of a variety of water-types and the demonstrations of numerous fly fishing methods make this a video every angler can learn from.

Mike Lawson & Todd Lanning host this information-packed adventure and do a great job showing you where and how to fish the river. Mike, dean of the Henry's Fork, grew up close to where it joins the South Fork. His life-long familiarity with the fishery makes for some deep local knowledge. Todd, a self-confessed 'Trout Bum' turned fly shop manager, has a valuable day to day guide's perspective. Together they make this Fly Fish TV 'River Series' DVD, South Fork of the Snake River, a valuable addition to any fly fishers' video collection. 90 Minutes.


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