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Hatches is an annual publication with a strong devotion to professional writing, beautiful photography and informative articles pertaining to both the artistic and practical aspects of fly tying. Each issue features 13 featured articles that span a massive 96 pages.

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Fly Fishing Knots Fly Fishing Knots

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A collection of important fishing knots with detailed videos of how tie tie each fishing knot

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How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern

How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern

An easy to follow fly tying video of a Zonker style pattern for trout or bass.

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How to Tie an Intruder Fly How to Tie an Intruder Fly

How to Tie an Intruder Fly

A sparse version of an Intruder Fly, this spider style Intruder only has one station. The single station of materials still makes use of the intruder fly mechanics to give a large profile and movement with minimal materials. Designed primarily for winter steelhead fishing, this fly could be tied unweighted and various colors to chase other species.

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517-410-2191 Maraceiver – by Brian Wise

Maraceiver – by Brian Wise

A Double Deceiver tweaked with Marabou. Original Pattern by Mike Schmidt of Anglers Choice Flies.

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Fly Fishing Knots

Fly Fishing Knots

A collection of important fishing knots with detailed videos of how tie tie each fishing knot

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Korkers Hatchback and Darkhorse Wading Boot Review

Korkers Hatchback and Darkhorse Wading Boot Review

A quick look at some new wading boots from Korkers. There are two new models to look at the Darkhorse wading boot and the Hatchback Wading boot. The Darkhorse is a more traditionally styled wading boot, while the Hatchback has a unique and cutting edge design of rear entry.

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Maraceiver – by Brian Wise

A Double Deceiver tweaked with Marabou. Original Pattern by Mike Schmidt of Anglers Choice Flies.

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How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern

An easy to follow fly tying video of a Zonker style pattern for trout or bass.

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Fly Fishing Knots

A collection of important fishing knots with detailed videos of how tie tie each fishing knot

How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern

How to Tie an Easy Zonker Fly Pattern

An easy to follow fly tying video of a Zonker style pattern for trout or bass.

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How to Tie an Intruder Fly

A sparse version of an Intruder Fly, this spider style Intruder only has one station. The single station of materials still makes use of the intruder fly mechanics to give a large profile and movement with minimal materials. Designed primarily for winter steelhead fishing, this fly could be tied unweighted and various colors to chase other species.

Maraceiver – by Brian Wise

Maraceiver – by Brian Wise

A Double Deceiver tweaked with Marabou. Original Pattern by Mike Schmidt of Anglers Choice Flies.

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Korkers Hatchback and Darkhorse Wading Boot Review

A quick look at some new wading boots from Korkers. There are two new models to look at the Darkhorse wading boot and the Hatchback Wading boot. The Darkhorse is a more traditionally styled wading boot, while the Hatchback has a unique and cutting edge design of rear entry.

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Frank Moore Wild Steelhead Sanctuary

Oregon’s North Umpqua River is one of the most important ecological areas in the Northwest, providing more than many miles of high-quality habitat for salmon, steelhead, trout and other native species. And Steamboat Creek is the most productive steelhead tributary on the North Umpqua. It deserves protection as a steelhead sanctuary, and it is only fitting to also honor World War II veteran and conservation legend Frank Moore in doing so.

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Green Lantern Perdigon Nymph – Lucian Vasies

This Perdigon nymph is developed to be a stimulator type of nymph. It is a perdigon type of nymph, used in European fly fishing competitions.

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Emerald Shanker – by Kevin Hospodar

This has become my go to fly for Lake Erie Steelhead, a mix of a baitfish and an intruder fly. The waddington shank adds enough weight to get the fly down and it is “even weight” the keeps the fly nice and level.

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How To – Build Sink Tips with T-14

Here is a simple and long lasting way to build sink tips with bulk material and a trick with colored nail knots that allow for easy recongition.

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Micro Intruder fly – Kevin Hospodar

A micro intruder fly may sound like an oxymoron. This is a single station version of the typically double station intruder. Utilizing minimal materials, and a waddington shank this fly can get down but still has the movement and big profile like the larger similar patterns.

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Double Deceiver – by Brian Wise

Brian Wise shows how to tie the Double Deceiver, which has put more big fish in his boat than all other big streamers combined.

Parachute BWO – Blue Wing Olive Dry Fly

Parachute BWO – Blue Wing Olive Dry Fly

BWOs are a main staple on trout waters throughout the US. With the techniques in this video you can easily change size to meet local hatches or even swap out color and size to match other mayfly hatches

Double Barrel Frog – Lucas Langton

Double Barrel Frog – Lucas Langton

A very easy to follow foam frog pattern that will be sure to lure in bass this summer

Kelly Galloup’s Bangtail T&A – Brian Wise

Kelly Galloup’s Bangtail T&A – Brian Wise

The Bangtail T&A is the newest member of the T&A Bunker series, which has been an evolutionary process in and of itself since its inception in 1999.

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Tying Andre Puyans Loop Wing Dry Fly with Davie McPhail

Loop wing dry fly – An interesting take on a quill body mayfly using hackle tips looped for the wing. It can easy adapted by color and size to meet local hatches.

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