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Fishing DVDs and Videos
A great selection of
and Videos including fly fishing for salmon, trout, grayling and saltwater bass, carp fishing, sea angling, fly tying demonstrations, spey casting instruction and destination angling in exotic locations around the world. Excellent Christmas gifts, stocking fillers and birthday presents for all types of fishermen.
Fly and Game Fishing
Sea Angling DVDs, Boat Fishing With Barham
Complete Guide to Offshore Boat Fishing
With an immense variety of fish and coasts to choose from,
Complete Guide to Offshore Boat Fishing DVD
combines the exhilaration of sailing with the excitement and unpredictability of fishing. In this comprehensive video, expert Bob Cox tells you all you need to know to get away and experience the unbeatable elation of a day's fishing offshore.
One of the most successful skippers on our coasts, Bob demonstrates the tackle, techniques and tips which will help you catch anything from a codling to a shark. Don't chuck it and chance it! Whether you fish off Essex or Eriskay or further afield in Europe, Bob Cox gives you the know how you need to enjoy the unique pleasures of sea fishing and be successful.
Bob Cox 60 mins.
Coarse Fishing DVDs: Match, Pole, River Fishing Tactics
A great Coarse Fishing series providing expert guidance and advice on various bank fishing tactics for caorse fish including pole, match, stillwater and river fishing using ledger, feeder and float systems.
Match Fishing Masterclass feat. Jaime Masson: Pole 'n' Pellets And Method Feeder
Jamie Masson talks to Dave Harrell about his cold-water approaches to commercial fisheries; firstly with a long pole and pellts and then with a Methodfeeder.
Jamie Masson is one of the few professional anglers in the UK and after dedicating his life to match fishing he's a regular winner on the commercial circuit.
The rigs, the gear and the correct feeding patterns are all discussed in great detail as he puts together two very impressive spring catches!
Filmed at the prolific Maver Larford complex and containing two 30 minute programmes, the DVD offers real insight into why Jamiw wins far more than his fair share of matches.
On The Bank With Andy Findlay: Pellets, Feeder And Pole
We first caught up with the match fishing phenomenon Andy Findlay at the famous Glebe complex in the spring. It goes without saying that he all but emptied it.
But what about the winter? Do his methods still work when the water temperature drops and the fish are less lively? We returned to The Glebe in October when it was much colder. How would he feed it, would he feed, would he catch? Of course he caught, but it was different - minor change here, a subtle change there. He's also developed a new pellet feeder, seen here for the first time.
On The Bank With Dave Harrell: River Fishing Tactics (No.1)
Float fishing on moving water is a style that many anglers struggle to cope with. Get it wrong and you'll end up catching very little, but do it right and it's one of the most rewarding forms of fishing there is.
Dave Harrell has won hundreds of river competitions on the float and in this first one of a new series on rivers around the UK, he reveals some of the secrets that have made him so successful.
We set Dave a challenge on a swim he has never seen before, on the River Severn at Seed Green in Worcestershire. How will he cope and will he choose the right approach for the five hours that are available to him?
On The Bank With Dave Harrell Part Two: Feeder, Waggler And Stick Float
River fishing has always been Dave Harrell's first love and the Wye is one of his all-time favourites.
Dave is joined on the riverbank by David Hall at two different locations, where the two discuss swimfeeder, waggler and stick-float tactics while putting together two impressive catches.
Selecting the correct tackle, bait presentation and feeding the swim are covered in detail and Dave soon has the fish coming thick and fast!
For anyone who wants to understand and learn about fishing flowing water this is a must.
Dave Harrell's Match Fishing Masterclass feat. Jon Arthur: Commercial Fishery Tactics (No.1)
Double UK Champion Jon Arthur has stormed onto the carp-match scene over the last couple of years and knows a thing or two about the tactics needed to win on commercials.
Match Fishing editor Dave Harrell met up with Jon at Tunnel Barn Farm Fishery on a typical canalised lake to find out what is needed to keep bites coming in the colder months of the year.
Everything is covered, from rigs and tackle choice to location, bait and correct feeding, as he builds an impressive weight for the cameras. The most successful match anglers are the ones who can extract those vital extra pounds from their swims. This will will help you gain that edge too!
On The Bank With Andy Findlay: Andy's Secret Secret
In the spring, Andy Findlay amazed us with his sloppy-paste method at The Glebe, but when David Hall revisited the fishery to talk to Andy about his winter fishing, he hadn't anticipated being shown something even more effective.
If you want to win more than your fair share of winter catches, you have to watch this film. Devastatingly simple and incredibly effective, Andy's 'Secret Secret' will revolutionise your approach to legering on commercial fisheries. As David Hall said "If there is an angler fishing commercial fisheries today who is better or more innovative than Andy Findlay, then I have yet to meet them."
On The Bank With Andy Findlay: Conquering Commercials One
The legendary Andy 'Fin' Findlay has been at the forefront of match-carp fishing from the very beginning. His ingenuity and approach to commercial fisheries has helped shape the way we fish these venues to such an extent that we now take for granted the methods, tackle and tactics that he helped to pioneer!
David Hall watches in fascination as Fin demonstrates the basics of feeder fishing. We get a first hand experience of the tactic that has won him countless matches over the years and you cannot fail to learn from his insightful approach.
In the second half, Fin progresses to the Method feeder and continues to plunder carp after carp, while explaining the ins and outs of this devastating tactic. Every aspect is covered, from the right tackle to correct bait preparation and Fin's straightforward approach makes captivating viewing.
It all seems so easy in front of the cameras, but as David quite rightly points out "The very best always make it look easy!". Watch the mighty Fin in action and you'll be well on your way to conquering your local commercial!
On The Bank With Andy Findlay: Conquering Commercials Two
If you want to discover how to conquer commercial fisheries then look no further than carp-ace Andy 'Fin' Findlay. In the first half of this entertaining recording the mighty Fin demonstrates how to get the best out of the most simple and underrated of baits - sweet corn. With David Hall looking on in admiration, Fin demonstrates the ins and outs of this ultra-cheap yet ultra-effective bait that has helped him to countless match wins over the years.
In part two, things get even more interesting as Fin reveals his secret weapon - sloppy paste. If you think you know how to catch carp on paste, prepare to think again. Quite simply, this method will blow your mind and has to be seen to be believed!.
Beginners and experts alike cannot fail to learn something from Fin's methodical approach and logical thinking. If you like to catch carp and want to know how to put more of them in the net, Fin is your man!
On The Bank With Dave Harrell: River Fishing Tactics (No.2)
There was a time when feeder fisher was regarded as a 'chuck it and chance it' method, but nowadays it has become a refined style that requires a degree of finesse.
David Hall joins Dave Harrell to discuss how to use the method when conditions are far from perfect. On a very cold River Severn, with the water temperature at just 3°C, Dave reveals a host of tricks and tips to keep bites coming and put fish in the net. Tackle, rigs and baits are all discussed in depth as Dave puts together an impressive catch of chub and roach.
On The Bank With Dave Harrell Part One: Waggler And Pole
It's been 16 years since angling writer and publisher David Hall first filmed Dave Harrell on the banks of the Warwickshire Avon. In that time Dave has not only proved himself to be one of the genuine stars of the open-match scene, he has also represented his country at the very highest level.
A great all-rounder, Dave has won matches on numerous venues and on all methods. David Hall and the cameras caught up with him again at two different venues, where he showed just how versatile he is.
Firstly, Dave gives us a masterclass on the waggler, a method he has made almost his own, then goes on to prove his adaptability with a superb pole fishing demonstration.
The two David's are clearly firm friends, and this film demonstrates that fishing can and should be fun. Watch, learn and enjoy!
On The Bank With Derek 'The Don' Ritchie: Get It On With The Don!
Welcome to the mad, mad world of 'The Don'. David Hall caught up with one of carp fishing's biggest personalities at the Mavor Larford complex in Worcestershire and was introduced to the variety of methods that have made Derek on of the UK's most consistently successful carp anglers.
The zig rig, spodding, pop-ups, stalking and freelined paste all feature in this brand-new production. Derek aslo explains what it is that sets him and others like him apart from ordinary anglers. A tremendous fish catcher and a great entertainer, you'll watch Derek over and over again as he reveals many of the wrinkles that have helped him put countless large carp on the bank.
Improve Your Coarse Fishing
The principal with the 'Improve Your Coarse Fishing' series is to do what the magazine does - concentrating on UK pleasure fishing on the kind of waters anyone can fish, and techniques that anyone can use with a bit of application.
In presenter Kev Green's words: "The series is all about helping people catch more fish and bigger fish on venues they can identify with. We are targeting many different species in many different ways.
How often have you lost a fish, and not really known why?
That's a question that faces every angler at least once in his career. In this film, Daiwa tackle consultant Roy Marlow covers nearly a hundred small and not so small technique improvements that will more than double your catch. Roy was a member of the famous 'Likely Lads' match team that dominated the competiton scene for over a decade.
He is joined here by Quentin Shaw, and 'aspiring competition angler' who bravely demonstrates his initial techniques and mistakes for the benefit of the programme and reaps immediate rewards from Roy's golden rules on all aspects of fishing.
This compelling film was filmed on location at scenic Mallory park, Leicestershire and includes stunning underwater sequences. The climax is the use of stealth and learned techniques to land a beautiful rainbow carp.
A joy to watch, packed with practical tips, this is a must for any angler who wants to improve!
Coarse Anglers Diary
The glorious month of May finds angling expert Andy Nicholson fishing for tench and bream in the glorious West of Ireland.
In August, Andy takes us to Esthwaite Water to tangle with pike against the stunning backdrop of the Lake District.
Matt Hayes stalks carp in September in Oxfordshire.
In October, we are on the Welsh River Wye in pursuit of specimen barbel with John Bailey.
Finally, the simple pleasures of long-trotting for winter grayling in a December excursion.
A delightful, informative insight into the year round excitements of coarse angling.
Carp and Catfish Fishing
Chilly On Carp: The Complete Series
Ian 'Chilly' Chillcott is among the UK carp fishing elite, an angling journalist and a consultant with Mainline and Fox. 'Chilly On Carp' takes us to a variety of waters as diverse as deep gravel pits and crystal clear rivers, in search of his beloved quarry. Yes, there is instruction, but there's also plenty to make you understand what makes carp anglers rick, what makes them spend night after night in search of one, elusive fish. It's compelling viewing. And if it's big fish you want, look no further - in one of our instalments the Hampshire ace lands TWO English forties to leave even him (almost) speechless. 'Light My Fire!'
On The Bank With Jan Porter: My Way With Carp
On The Bank with Jan Porter is a 90 minute recording that is split into three programmes which are:
Fun On The Float
Boilies, Pop-Ups & Rigs
Boilies, Bait & Bedlam
In part one, David Hall catches up with long time pal Jan, float fishing in the margins with surprising results. Jan passes on lots of tips and demonstrates that you don't have to cast 100 metres in order to catch fish. This is fun fishing at its best.
In part two, Jan talks about the phenomena that is carp baits, boilies and paste in particular. Why do they work? He also looks at other baits and explains why he thinks they work. He talks extensively about rigs, which ones to use and when. He then turns his attention to reels and explains how the development of the boilie and the launch of the Shimano Baitrunner was to change the face of carp fishing.
Part three centres on PVA sticks where Jan shows us how to get the best out of this devastating method. How long do you make them, how much feed do you you put in? It's all there! Then he turns his attention to baits and along the way he catches plenty of carp.
The Catfish Expedition
Andy Nicholson, angling journalist, presenter and all round fishing fanatic takes us on an expedition to the heart of Europe in search of Silurus Glanis, the European Catfish.
Andy is joined by accomplished speciment hunters Vic Bellars and Richard Gardner who share their angling tips, techniques, flare and creativity.
Join them on the bank and share the trials and tribulations of the expedition, the plotting and scheming, the mud, wind and rain and the glorious exhilaration of landing the quarry.
Catching Specimen Carp: The Practical Guide
With Lee Jackson and Max Cottis, presented by Andy Nicholson.
Andy joins forces with Max Cottis and Lee Jackson on a trip to Carp Fishers Abroad, a prolific carp water near Metz, France.
In this stunning extravaganza of carp fishing the most up to date methods are discussed including bait preparation, rigs, tackle, and the most effective way of finding the correct swims. There are carp of all types, Commons, Leathers, Mirrors, Koi and even the elusive hard fighting Grass Carp are hooked and landed. To top it all there is a breathtaking sequence shot at night in which Andy, Max and Lee join in battle with these superb fish.
This is the experience serious carp anglers should not miss. Both Lee Jackson and Max Cottis are members of an elite band of specimen carp anglers, both with record-breaking fish to their credit. Their dedication in the pursuit of big fish allied to their active involvement in tackle and rig development ensures their place amongst the innovators in this prestigious area of coarse angling.
Destination Fishing DVDs, Iceland, Patagonia, NZ, Mongolia
Fly Fishing In Iceland
A must-see for every fly fisherman, this is an ambitious film about fly-fishing in Iceland produced by Eggert Skulason, who has produced many fishing programmes and is editor of Iceland's premier fishing magazine.
Breathtaking scenery abounds as we watch local fishermen fish for Atlantic salmon, Arctic char and sea trout in the under-fished, un-polluted and bountiful waters. The stunning landscape makes this a beautiful programme.
Trout Bum Diaries 1: Patagonia*
Experience the journey, adventure and lifestyle of four trout bums on an epic five month fly fishing expedition across Patagonia. Do five pound brook trout in a creepy forest appeal to you? Broken windows and snapped axles? Uniquely-colored brown trout from a windswept spring creek? Stripping mice for big rainbows with the ghosts of Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid? Horse-packing into remote rivers? Tierra Del Fuego and the sea-run browns of the south? Enter a new breed of fly fishing entertainment.
Trout Bum Diaries 2: Kiwi Camo*
Prepare yourself for 75 minutes of pure fly fishing insanity with Trout Bum Diaries Vol 2: Kiwi Camo. In this installemnt, the usual suspects of the Angling Exploration Group take you on a hair-curling 4 month expedition into New Zealand's shadowland as they attaempt to seduce the world's largest & most elusive backcountry brown trout. In addition to the non-stop trials & triumphs of these angling addicts, Kiwi Camo delivers a behind the scenes look into what drives the seemingly crazy trout-bum lifestyle. If you enjoyed TBD v1: Patagonia, this one is sure to hook you instantly.
Fish Bum Diaries 1: Mongolia-River Wolf*
AEG Media's third feature film, Fish Bum I: Mongolia-River Wolf is packed with extraordinary footage with never before seen river systems hidden deep within the remote reaches of inner Mongolia. AEG Fish Bums: Chris Owens, Thad Robison, Justin Crump and Brian Jill Embark on an adventure covering unexplored territory on horseback, camel, Russian 4x4's and hiking boots all in the search for the largest known trout in the world, the Taimen; a fish of legendary myths and proportions.
The vast beauty of Mongolia, the scenery, nature, culture and people that surround the crew are an irresistable experience. Follow along as they search to unlock the secrets, struggles and successes in their attempt to find this elusive fish, as well as examine the threats imposed on this creature from pre-historic times.
Whistletop Tour of Wales *
Starting at 'Whitehouse Mill' small water fishery. Lampeter Velfrey in South Wales with some Rainbows on a 'Daddy' followed by a dash to the 'River Rhymney' close to Cardiff to sample the 'Grayling', through to Builth Wells and some nice 'Wild Brownies' and a 'Chub' on the River Wye, moving north to 'Claerwen Reservoir' in the Elan Valley, again, truly 'Wild Brown Trout'. The 'River Severn' at Caersws yielded 'Brown Trout' and 'Grayling' prior to some stocked Trout at 'Chirk Small Water Fishery'. Llyn Brenig was great with some very nice Rainbows on 'Dry Fly' and just an exploratory session on a small mountain Lake in North Wales with a 'Jack Pike' on fly, whetted the appetite.....forward planning has to include this predatory fish.....watch out for this one in the future!
Fly Fishing and Game Fishing DVDs
A great selection including fly casting instruction, stalking and flyfishing tactics for salmon spey casting, UK trout fishing, destination angling and other game fishing.
Join Johan Klingberg and Ulf Borjesson during three seasons of fly fishing at the most thrilling time of year.
In early summer, when the Ephemera Danica and Ephemera Vulgata hatches, there's a good chance of catching the very largest of trout in these rivers.
Flies That Catch Fish Volume Two - Nymphs & Emergers What Trout Want
9 proven designs from the vice of Bob Wyatt.
FEATURING: Hares Ear Nymph, weighted and unweighted. Buzzer, weighted and unweighted - Partridge and Hare - Damselfly - Fur Fly - Desolation Baitfish - Rubber legs Woolly Bugger - Magnum Zonker.
Runtime: 90 mins.
Format: Universal, plays all countries (Both NTSC and PAL compatible).
Bonus Content: Includes special features: Streamside chats. Tricks, tips, retrospective and advice from a master fly angler.
fly tying recipe booklet available for download.
A Season On The Salt with Justin Anwyl
Saltwater fly fishing is booming and the fish everyone wants to catch is the Atlantic Sea Bass - the UK's top saltwater predator. To get hooked up with one of these fantastic fish is an addictive thrill... however it takes expert knowledge that only a rare few possess.
This double DVD set will provide you with that knowledge and then show you how it can be used to catch not only Atlantic Sea Bass but also monster Striped Bass and other saltwater fish.
Summer Grayling *
This programme has been prepared to introduce to the beginner the 'sport' of grayling fishing with 'fly', the setting up of the tackle and the tying of the flies used. The experienced angler should also benefit from the descriptive element of approach with the 'Bugs' and 'Dry Fly' and the importance of changing tactics to suit the conditions and reading the water. The middle and upper reaches of the 'River Dee' in North Wales is internationally known for it's population of 'Grayling' and this programme shows some locations within the area.
Small Water Fisheries*
In the height of Summer, early morning and late evening is the best time on the 'Small Water Fisheries' unless you turn your attention and attempt to catch some of the 'Cyprinids'. In this programme 'Gwilym Hughes' takes you to 'Deamford Hall Trout Fishery' and then onto 'Chirk Trout Fishery' for some action on the 'Bloodworm' and a very tiny 'Shuttlecock' pattern. The 'Carp' and 'Tench' although active on the surface at 'Dearnford' proved a hard quarry to conquer but 'Rainbow Trout', 'Golden Rudd' and 'Rudd', obliged, also the aquatic richness of the water with 'Karl Humphries' the Fisheries Manager.
Trout Fishing and Fly Casting with Michael Evan
Fly casting is one of those pastimes that looks remarkably simple until you try it yourself, but with professional instruction anyone can learn. In this programme, Michael Evans, (APGAI), one of the world's top fly casting instructors, takes you to his home water in Sussex to learn the foundations of casting and how to catch trout.
Follow The Fly
Follow the Fly is the story of two anglers' quest to catch wild brown trout during the Mayfly season in Ireland.
This production takes you on a journey to some of Ireland's unique limestone lakes, the best natural habitat for wild brown trout in the world. On the way they meet some great characters and angling guides who help to put them on the right lake at the right time.
Speycasting and Salmon Fishing with Michael Evans
Many believe that Speycasting with a two handed rod is a type of magic that only Scottish ghillies can weave, when in reality anyone can learn. In the programme, Michael Evans (APGAI), one of the world's leading authorities on Atlantic salmon fishing and casting with two handed rods, takes you first to the River Tay in Scotland, to learn basic Speycasting before travelling on to Iceland and the Kola Peninsula in Northern Russia for a truly practical introduction to the sport.
Rio Modern Spey Casting
The most comprehensive film on spey casting techniques ever made. This
DVD from RIO stars a notable team of experts: George Cook, Simon Gawesworth, Mike McCune, Scott O'Donnell, Dana Sturn and Ed Ward.
Not only learn from these masters the classic Single Spey, Double Spey, Switch Cast and Roll Cast, but also the modern spey casts such as the Snake Roll, Circle Spey, Snap T, Snap Z, Wombat Cast, Underhand Cast, Spiral Spey, Spiral Double Spey, Jelly Roll, Perry Poke and Skagit casting.
This film also teaches the viewer the most common faults to recognize and avoid and has superb bio-kinetic footage so you can study the hand, arm and body movement of each cast. With clear, concise instruction from the very basics of spey casting to top tips for advanced casters as well as sinking line methods, single handed techniques and saltwater spey casting.
This complete set of Three DVDs
covers everything one needs to know about spey casting.
WHILST STOCKS LAST
The immortal charm of 'The Compleat Angler' has ensured its place in literary history.
Written by Izaak Walton in 1653, it concerns the efforts of an experienced fisherman as he imparts his wisdom to a novice eager to learn. The delightful way in which the lore of the river is conveyed, has made it as popular with lovers of literature, as it is with anglers keen to gain insight from the lifetime's experience of a true master.
The Game Fly
The combined talent of angling journalists and friends Andy Nicholson and James Waltham offers the fly-fisherman a game angling cornucopia.
James applies himself to the task of creating new patterns in fly-tying and shows step by step how you can tie them for yourself - the Morning Star, the Black Nymph, the Pearly Queen, the Palmered Olive and the Red Devil.
The Occasional Salmon
The Occasional Salmon
is Andy Nicholson's classic programme following his attempts at catching big salmon in Cumberland and the Welsh Marshes. Alternatives to fly-fishing are demonstrated that require dedication but provide results. Advice from ordinary fishermen who make big hauls every year.
Andy Nicholson 90 mins.
The Enigmatic Sea Trout
Techniques to suit all water conditions are demonstrated for catching sea trout in this great video.
The Enigmatic Sea Trout DVD
includes a remarkable infra-red sequence of night fly-fishing in which the mystery and excitement of this method are revealed. Filmed exclusively on the beautiful and prolific River Dovey, this film not only entertains and informs, but addresses the very issues that threaten the survival of this the most capricious of our gamefish.
Andy Nicholson 110 mins.
John Andrew's classic video has been digitally re-mastered onto DVD. He is known as a 'fisher for all seasons', and in this 2-hour programme he covers the complete spectrum of game fishing in Scottish waters - from harling on the River Tay in January, to battling sea trout in July in the Hebrides and Autumn 'greybacks' on the Earn in October. 'The Gamefisher's Year' is packed full of practical information and useful hints about the different techniques used on the waters covered in this programme. This 'visual diary of gamefishing' is a superb way of gathering all the necessary information to become a gamefishing expert yourself.
John Andrew 120 mins.
Falkus On Fly Casting
Hugh Falkus (in Spey casting) 55 mins. The Falkus approach to flycasting is unusual. Most anglers consider Spey casting as something to be used only in certain conditions or, more usually, as too difficult to learn easily. Hugh maintained that this is nonsense and that Spey casting had a 'bad press'.
It should be used normally, in place of the overhead cast; for singlehanded trout rods as well as for salmon and, indeed, for boat fishing as well - and he demonstrates in detail how safe, how simple to learn, and how easy on the angler Spey casting can be.
The Practical Guide To Gamefishing
Andy Nicholson - a man with angling in his blood and tutored by his father from the time he could first hold a rod. It is not just this deep passion for fishing that makes Andy the perfect presenter, but his tremendous experience in many different facets of angling. Join him as he shows you all you need to know by practical example.
Game Angler's Season
Join us as we journey through a
"Game Angler's Season"
. Beautifully shot amid wonderful scenery, this film truly has something for every game angler. The stars in the film are all of the U.K.'s main game species, including wild Brown Trout on a Lakeland tarn, stillwater Rainbow Trout, Wessex Brownies, Salmon and Sea Trout on the famous River Towy, Salmon on Ireland's renowned River Moy and Grayling on the magnificent Welsh Dee. All the waters featured are available to everyone without having to pay a king's ransom for the privilege, proving that the best fishing is not necessarily the most expensive. This is fishing for the common man.
Andy Nicholson & Nick Dunn 80 mins.
On The Fly
Fly Fishing has always been a great passion of all the team members here at Terrain TV, so we decided to produce a DVD that takes you beyond the norm of other fishing DVDs out there already on the market. For many fly anglers on the Stillwater, Lake and Rivers; there are burning questions to be answered such as where are the fish, what are they seeing that we dont, how do they react and what makes them take a particular fly?
Well these questions are now answered as we have captured amazing footage on film and are delighted to bring this to you for you to enjoy in your living room.
Fly Tying Instructional DVDs including Materials, Tools, Fly Patterns
Frankie McPhillips Beginners Guide to Fly Tying Part1
Everything you need to know about tying 6 basic trout patterns. Includes techniques, tools & materials.
Frankie McPhillips A Guide to tying Irish lake flies
Frankie is one of the top and most respected tyers. This is great DVD for the beginner and proficient tyer. His instruction is simple and jargon free.
Whitlock Knotless Connection
In this dvd Dave and Emily explain all the Zap fly fishing products and demonstrate many uses of Zap adhesives in fly tying, line- to--leader and line-to-line connections and streamside repairs. This dvd will become a powerful in-shop tool for teaching the knotless connections and the varied uses of Zap products, as well as help stimulate new and more sales when sold as a companion with the Knotless Connection Kit.
Marc Petitjean Magic Head Introduction*
The DVD MAGIC HEAD Introduction Volume 1, is an initiation on how to tie Magic Head flies. We will learn how to tie 7 flies: Tarpon, Stripers, Baitfish, River streamer, leech, Damsel fly nymph and get various general information on how to weight, shape your flies.
The Winder Knot-Tyer
Wind the knots you need for successful fly fishing, easily, quickly, and precisely, every time. Fly fishing tool ties nail knots, blood knots, surgeon's knot, allbright knots, improved clinch knots, and many more classic fishing knots, broken down in the easy-to-follow step-by-step DVD to make the patent-pending technology simple to use. Small and lightweight to keep on the water.
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