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First off, Thank you for visiting our website Friday Night Flies. We are a bunch of guys that completely enjoy everything about fly fishing and fly tying. Our videos show you Fly Tying techniques and Tricks to help you catch more fish while fly fishing. Every week Friday Night Flies will tie a new fly for fly fishing, a recipe that is guaranteed to help you catch fish in British Columbia, Canada and World Wide! Our local fly tiers tie fly patterns live from our YouTube Channel. It will be fully interactive so that if you have any questions feel free to get your questions answered live. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube Channel to get notification of new shows that are being streamed live, don’t miss out! Our fly tyers are also avid fly fishing guides with the Pemberton Fish Finder. The Pemberton Fish Finder is a Local Fly Fishing guide company based out of Pemberton and serving Squamish, Pemberton and Whistler British Columbia Canada. We have some of the best fly fishing waters in BC. Join us on either a half or full day fly fishing tour today https://pembertonfishfinder.com/ Enjoy the Show!
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These Recipes were tied February 17th, 2017. Enjoy the Videos! Join us again next Friday at 5pm Pacific Standard time and watch live.
Learn How to Tie Flies for Fly Fishing. Fly tying instruction.
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Friday Night Flies – The End Game Steelhead Fly
Bolder’s at it again with this good looking spey pattern. The End Game fly is sure to get some attention this season as the steelhead move into our BC water systems. The classic swing, down and across will bring this Raccoon wing alive. Don’t be afraid to add some pulsing movement to the fly as it moves across the river.
Hook: Salmon/Steelhead Hook 1/0
Thread: Uni Thread Black 6/0
Tag: Kreinki Fine Braid 001, Kreinik Crinkle Tinsel Sky Blue
Under Body: Cotton Twine
Body: Uni Mylar Silver 3/64″
Wing: Buck Tail Black, Krinkle Mirror Flash Purple, Raccoon Cyan Blue, Sharpie Navy
Throat: Laser Dub Red
Friday Night Flies – Birthday Boy Steelhead Fly
Brads up to his tricks with this flashy fish catching machine. This versatile pattern works great on all your large migratory species in our BC Canada river systems. Try tying this pattern up in your favorite color combo. This particular color pattern is our top producer in the Squamish area. Good luck and be ready for it! Happy Birthday to our Producer Brad!
Hook: Sproat 3/0
Thread: Uni Thread Black 6/0
Bead: XL Brass Bead Red
Tail: Marabou Hot Pink, Super Flash Holographic Chartreuse
Body: Ice Dub Blue Steelie
Wing: Buck Tail White
Collar: Spirit River Dub Chartreuse
Friday Night Flies – Rainbow Warrior Variant
This fly is a great stillwater and river fly for Trout. It really separates itself in the stillwater when fished under a strike indicator on a mild wind layed day. In the river or stream fly fish it as if it were a nymph pattern. Enjoy the show!
Hook: Mustad caddis curved size 10
Rib: UTC Ultra wire Red Small
Thread: Superfly Thread Red 6/0
Bead: 3/32 Gold
Tail: Olive green saddle hackle
Thorax: Senyo’s laser dub red
Case: UTC Holo Tinsel small
Body: Flashabou pearl
Friday Night Flies – How to tie a Gomphus
The Gomphus is a classic stillwater fly. It is used to resemble a dragonfly nymph and when fly fished correctly nothing will out fish it. Dragonfly nymphs are a predatory insect that cruise along the shoals, this makes them an easy target for fish. They are aquatic for up to 3 years and they are always in the water year round.
Hook: 2XL Nymph size 8 and 10
Thread: 6/0 UNIi, UTC 140 or Danvilles 210 colour to match the body
Body: Natural deer hair, Ice Dub Copper
Legs: Pheasant tail fibres
Head: Deep hair, Ice Dup Copper