[vimeo]http://vimeo.com/77097538[/vimeo] Yellowstone National Park is just one of those places that can change a person. If you have spent any time there, and in particular have ventured into the back country, you’ll know what I mean. Once Yellowstone gets in your blood, it stays. While not a video about fishing per se, Voortex Productions does…

 

Craig Mathews of Blue Ribbon Flies demonstrates how to tie a Callibaetis Deer Hair Spinner that is killer on Hebgen Lake outside of Yellowstone National Park. I bet it’ll work pretty good in your neighborhood too. Callibaetis Spinner Material List Hook: TMC 100, size #14 – #16 Thread:Danville 6/0 Body: Callibaetis Superfine dubbing Wing:Comparadun Deer…

 

With summer upon us and my thoughts out west, I thought it fitting to dedicate the next series of Friday Night Fly Tying videos to Pale Morning Dun patterns. Pale Morning Dun Patterns One the more famous hatches of the year in the Greater Yellowstone area, including the fabled waters of Yellowstone National Park and…

 

Bob Jacklin, author of numerous books on fly fishing Yellowstone National Park, shows us how to tie his favorite Western Green Drake in our Friday Night Fly Tying Video brought to us by The Weekly Fly. Yellowstone Area Green Drake Hatch If you are heading out to fish the Henry’s Fork or other rivers in…

 

View Yellowstoner Platial Maps in a larger map Public Service Announcement: Yellowstoner, we have recovered your map from the Platial meltdown! If you, or anyone who knows you, read this and you want your map back meet me at Bullwinkles Saloon & Eatery tomorrow night @ 8 pm and we’ll arrange for the transfer. Or,…

 

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2Z_G1skm6A[/youtube] Bob Jacklin landing a 10 lb 32” monster brown trout while fly fishing the Madison River near West Yellowstone, MT. Can you imagine? Why We Fly Fish Is it the ever so slim chance of catching a phenomenal trophy brown trout on a size 14 nymph like Bob Jacklin’s fish of a lifetime or…