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Fly tying for Beginner's Hares ear nymph with Barry Ord Clarke

A new series of videos for those that are new to fly tying, to…

Fly Tying a Zebra midge with Barry Ord Clarke

Although an extremely simple tie, the Zebra midge is an essential…

Fly Tying a Frenchie Fly with Barry Ord Clarke

Currently one of the most used tied and nymphs, especially in…

Fly Tying Walt's worm with Barry Ord Clarke

Walt Young's hares ear pattern, that is one of the simplest but…

Fly tying the WD-40

One of the simplest but most effective mayfly midge larva that…

The Feather Bender & 54 Dean Street - Nesting hair stackers

I'v been away from YouTube for a while, but I'v still been busy,…

Fly tying a Pheasant tail black with Barry Ord Clarke

A little effective variant of the classic that you can fish in…

Fly Tying the Gartside Sparrow with Barry Ord Clarke

Probably Jack Gartside's best known pattern from the early seventies.…

Fly Tying a Hares ear muddler

One of my favourite patterns for when the fish won't have anything…

Fly Tying the three dollar dip with Barry Ord Clarke

For me this is one of the very best emerger patterns that can…

Fly Tying a Black marabou muddler with Barry Ord Clarke

Black deer hair flies have been used for decades here in Scandinavia…

Solomon Caddis Pupa Variant

This variant of the semi realistic Solomon caddis pupa is a relative…

Fly tying Bristow's Bug

One of the lesser known but still effective old grayling and…

Partridge & orange spider

This is my take on one of the all time classic soft hackle patterns…

Fly Tying a bottom crawler jig

A little jig with a couple of nice techniques for breathing gills…

The Red Hot Chilli Pupa

An extremely quick and effective winter pattern for searching…

Fly Tying a Parachute ant

Being the most prolific terrestrial on just about every river…

Fly Tying the Strawman with Barry Ord Clarke

A very beautiful little pattern that is my take on the strawman…

Fly Tying the Strawman with Barry Ord Clarke

A very beautiful little pattern that is my take on the strawman…