1. The most Comprehensive Spey Casting video Available

    Includes detailed instruction on ten different spey casts. Over two hundred graphics help you visualize lessons that you can easily take to the water.

    Casts you will learn:

    Single Spey
    Double Spey
    Reverse Double Spey
    Circle Cast
    Reverse Circle Cast
    Snap “T” Cast
    Reverse Snap “T” Cast
    Snake Roll Cast
    Reverse Snake Roll Cast
    Power Roll Cast
    John and Amy Hazel have refined a no-nonsense approach to learning spey casting in their years of teaching. They bring these lessons to you in a concise and understandable presentation that will both give the novice a great foundation and extend the skills of the experienced.

    Bonus Segments: What is Spey Casting ?, Rods and Reels, Lines and Leaders, Grip and Stance, and Spey Casting Summary.

    John and Amy Hazel are based out of the Deschutes Angler Fly Shop in Maupin, Oregon. Both are full time guides and instructors and have brought hundreds to the sport of spey fishing. The video is produced by FLY FISH TV and is filled with detailed graphics to help you learn.

    Reviewed as the best and most comprehensive Spey Casting Video ever produced, this production has everything you need to know to get started.

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  2. Fly Fishing the Madison River from Yellowstone Park to Ennis Lake Where .. How .. Maps .. Flies .. Techniques SUBJECTS:

    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 its’ 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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    Covers 5 Different Ways to Nymph in Depth

    120 Minutes DVD

    Kelly Galloup is an author, guide, and fly fishing outfitter who lives on the banks of the Madison River in Montana. He is an exceptional angler who delivers, in this info-packed two-hour video, his hard-won knowledge of nymphing techniques and tactics. You will learn both a systematic approach to selecting the style of angling that is right for the situation, and how to execute your presentation properly.

    Breaking Down all the parts of a complete nymphing system and explaining them in detail is just the start of this production. Kelly takes you step-by-step from the rigging board to the water, and gives you concise and repeated demonstrations that you will be able to remember and apply. He, as well, includes a host of subtle tips that can make the difference between and average and an exceptional day on the water.

    Nymphing Is the most effective way to catch trout so take this opportunity to learn from a master the reasons and means to do it right. Discover five basic ways to assemble nymphing rigs, the dimensions and knots you need to configure them, how to select and apply a variety of indicators and weights, what nymphs are best at and in what position, and where and how to make an optimum presentation.

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  4. Fly Tying Instruction on Crafting 4 Tandem-Hook Streamer Flies With Superior Action That Won’t Ever Come Apart



    Kelly Galloup is a pioneer in the field of streamer fishing. His techniques and patterns, popularized in his book and video titled “Streamer Fishing for Trophy Trout”, have revolutionized the way anglers now pursue big fish. His first streamer tying video showed how to craft his top producers; this one demonstrates how to make them even more effective. “Articulated Streamers” demonstrates how to make tandem-hook flies with superior action that won’t ever come apart, and shows how to tune them to perfection.

    T&A RAINBOW This is the pattern that has made believers out of the most reluctant streamer anglers. The “Totally Articulated” Rainbow is catching big trout, and big game fish in general. It has the action of a jointed swim-bait and Kelly shows exactly how to put it together so it will never come apart.

    ARTICULATED ZOO COUGAR An elongated version of the most celebrated of Galloup’s flies, the Jointed-Cougar has a wobbling action like no other. It both rocks and weaves and has proven irresistible to big trout. Like the caged feline it was named after it is always moving and needs to be in your streamer box.

    CRAWL DADDY There are many crayfish patterns but none that have the life-like appearance of this one. It comes alive underwater with undulating pincers and a frantic tail action that often entices vicious strikes. When crawdads are molting this pattern can turn zero days into hero days.

    SEX DUNGEON Named so because there is just a whole-lot of things going on here; the Sex Dungeon is proving to be one of the greatest big-trout patterns ever created. A big-eyed muddler head, rubber legs, beaded articulated-body, and swimmy-tail all combine to make it irresistible.

    120 Minutes

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  5. Based on Kelly's book, "Modern Streamers for Trophy Trout," this production includes the theory and tactics he's developed for bringing the biggest fish in your waters to your fly.

    The jerk-strip retrieve, essential to this technique is just one of the finer points of streamer fishing taught in this video. Learn the lines, leaders and patterns that will bring bigger fish to your presentation. Learn the tactics you need for fish that have charged but missed your fly.

    Fly Selection: An innovative tier and creator of patterns, Kelly Galloup goes through his selection of streamer fly patterns for streamer fishing. He reveals his system of selecting the style and color of his streamer flies as he progresses through the fishing day. Learn the unique flies he has developed specifically for this technique.

    This how to fish a streamer fly video is based on Kelly’s book of the same title which is widely recognized as one of the most innovative publications on the subject of streamer flies and streamer fly fishing in decades. Kelly spent years researching how to fly fish streamer flies for trout, including a lot of time underwater watching fish behavior. The result has been a new way to retrieve streamer flies and a new generation of streamer fly patterns.

    The beginning of this streamer fly fishing video is devoted to Galloup’s “Predator Theory” on how to fish a streamer fly. His premise is that big trout do not feed often and when they do they usually look for a big meal. Consequently much of the time, the daylight hours when we fly fish streamers, the biggest fish are not active. His belief is that in order to pull those big fish out of their resting places you need to wake them up with a big streamer fly and then get them to chase it down.

    Essential to the theory is understanding where big trout reside when you are streamer fly fishing. A good deal of time in the production is spent reading trout water and explaining how to fish a streamer fly in various water types. You will discover that how to fish a streamer fly is much more than simply casting it across and downstream which has been the common method of streamer fly fishing up until this point. His intention is to put the streamer fly in front of a big trout and that strip it away from them erratically. He want to bring the animal out in big trout that you fly fish with streamer flies.

    One of Kelly’s biggest contributions to the art of how to fish a stream fly is what he calls the jerk strip retrieve. He came up with it as a way to put more animation in his streamer fly patterns as they move through the water. His idea on how to fish a streamer fly is to cast a streamer fly into likely holding water and pull it downstream and away from the fish. At the same time he animates his streamer flies by jerking it with the rod tip. Traditionally streamer flies have been animated on the retrieve by pulling the line and not twitching the rod tip. If you try both ways of retrieving your streamer fly pattern you will see a great difference in the amount of movement imparted.

    Essentially this is what our Kelly Galloup streamer fly fishing video, “Streamer Fishing for Trophy Trout”, is all about. We guarantee that if you get the dvd or watch our streaming video on streamer fly fishing you will discover a great new way to hunt big trout.

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