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Irek Szatlach

Film about my fishing trips to Russia, mostly Siberia in last few years.

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Team Xplore

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This video is about salmon fishing the honey hole with good friends, FISH ON.


Join Italo & his guests, Ryan Edenborough & Bill Henry as they show you how to locate & catch river chinook salmon using Jointed #13 Rapalas & drifting salmon eggs using centre pin drift rods & reels Produced by for Csf 27 16

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Holsingers Fly Shop

Here's another travelog video from This is video from our annual fly fishing trip to 18 Mile Creek in Newfane NY below the Burt Dam. We had a great week of fishing this year and have some great video to prove it. We hope you enjoy watching it and hope you subscribe to our YouTube channel. Also you can check us out on the web at and like us on Facebook. Thanks for watching

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Time for another video from This is one of my favorite nymph patterns. I've caught tons of fish on this pattern and I even change the colors of ice dubbing sometimes with success too. I tie this pattern in blue for steelheads in Erie. For all your tying needs please check out our website @ And don't forget to like our facebook page and subscribe to our YouTube channel

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Salmon fishing tips: Halibut fishing tips: Lingcod fishing tips: Boat mods: Gear reviews: We set the boat record with this 62lb chinook salmon caught in the waters of Prince Rupert BC just south of Alaska. We caught the king salmon fishing with a herring about 45' deep. A big run of chinook had moved in from Langara Island the night before. Watch as the FishinBC crew (angler Brian the "Anchorman" aka - Ron Bergundy) lands this trophy fish and our excitement as we find out exactly how big this fish is. Throughout BC a 30 pound salmon is considered a tyee while a 50 is a major trophy and anything above


Welcome to the first episode of our "Beginners Fly Tying Series" from This fly is the Walts Worm, named after Walt Young the inventor. One of the simplest flies to tie and when fished right will catch tons of fish. Fish this fly in streams with with lots of scuds and crane fly. Please subscribe to our channel we are always adding new videos to make you a better tyer. And don't forget to check us out at


Here's an easy one from This is my chewee worm pattern. It's a simple fly to tie that only requires a little bitl of material. I also tie this in an olive color with a chartruese band that looks really nice. Like always, please visit our website @ and like us on facebook. If you like what you seen here please subscribe to our YouTube page.