When it comes to fly tying videos, it is hard to leave INTHERIFFLE out of the short list of best there is
[dropcap]W[/dropcap]ith carp fly fishing capturing the attention of even the Pipe & Club crowd, we turned to Intheriffle to see what they had up their lens’. Sho’nuff, they were on top of it.
Here, to start you off is a “catching” carp video – not watching someone waiting to catch a carp, not someone fishing for carp, but someone catching carp, a lot of carp
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Then, of course, you need at least one fly that is guaranteed (we’re told) to interest any self-respecting big-ass carp. It’s called the Hybrid Carp Worm (a favorite of carp fishing fanatic John Montana), and it could not be easier to tie. No special nothing – you probably have what you will need right at hand (yes, you can substitute without penalty).
” width=”620″ height=”360″]The Hybrid Carp Worm is a must have fly when chasing carp! It is tied with the three best carp fly tying materials: Worm Chenille, Peacock Herl and Soft Hackle.
Tip: With your lighter, burn the red velvet chenille tip so it looks like a worm’s head.
Hook: #06-08 Tiemco 2499SP-BL
Eyes: Small Black Brass Eyes
Thread: Black UTC 70
Tail: Fine Red Velvet Chenille
Body: Peacock Herl
Hackle: Natural India Hen Back
NOTE: Featured Image credit INTHERIFFLE.com by James / Carp Fly Fishing Tactics and Information