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ORVIS - Fly Fishing Lessons - Setting The Hook And Fighting Fish
 
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Peter Kutzer of the ORVIS Fly Fishing School in Manchester Vermont is back to help you set the hook and fight your first fish. Peter shows you the differences between fishing for trout and other small fish and when you're stripping a fly for saltwater species or freshwater big game. The way you set the hook makes a huge difference in your success rate, so knowing the correct motion for a given situation is important. Many a flats angler has been ridiculed by his guide for losing a fish to a "trout set." Next, he moves on to fish-fighting technique. Although the classic fly-fishing pose involves the rod tip held high above the angler's head, this is actually an inefficient use of the fly rod's power. Instead of fighting a fish off the tip of the rod, you want to bend the butt section. Phil Monahan joins Pete to use the scale on a BogaGrip to demonstrate how much more force you can generate by fighting "off the butt section." For more ways to improve your fly casting and fly fishing skills, visit our other online learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 302627 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Adding Distance To Your Cast
 
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There are a few small changes to your casting stroke and your rod motion that can greatly increase the distance you can cast. It's not all about power when trying to cast a longer distance. So hold back on really trying to power your fly rod, and watch as Peter Kutzer explains how to get the most out of your cast. It's important that you keep your fly rod tip moving in a straight line along both planes and that you lengthen your casting stroke as you add line. To get many more tips and tricks to improve your fly casting, please visit our online fly fishing help centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 370359 The Orvis Company
ORVIS PRESENTS: 90 and Counting
 
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Father & fisherman, hunter & grandfather, businessman & conservationist. At 90 years young, Leigh Perkins leads a life in the field like few others. But for him, the most important thing is sharing his passions with the ones he loves.
Views: 858126 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Basic Fly Cast
 
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This is fly casting at its most basic level and fundamentals. When learning how to cast, it's important start with good habits. There are three keys to making good casts, beginning with a smooth acceleration, stopping the rod at the right time, and keeping the rod tip tracking in a straight line as you move it. See how ORVIS casting instructor Pete Kutzer explains and demonstrates these basic ideas of making a fly cast. For more tips on fly casting and other instructional fly fishing information, visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 1341171 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Helios 3 - Accurate from Anywhere
 
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ORVIS continues the legacy of pushing fly rod design and technology with the award-winning Helios 3 fly rod. The Helios 3 has been called “the most accurate rod on the planet”. Watch as we take you down the path of the design and development, and highlight its absolute power and finesse. Able to help you present tiny dries to sipping trout, as well as taming the biggest of tarpon, the new Helios 3 is here to help you make all your fly fishing dreams come true. Find the right Helios 3 fly rod to match your quarry at http://www.orvis.com/helios-3-fly-rods
Views: 733278 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: For the Love of Luck - An Orvis Dogs Story
 
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Some dogs are special — the way they soldier through the ups and downs, bring tail-thumping optimism to our day, how they make us better people. As Nancy Mackinnon describes, “It’s an amazing experience to go through a lifetime with a dog.”
Views: 186326 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Double Haul
 
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The double haul is a must have cast for all fly fisherman to have in thier set of skills. Many believe that the double haul is really only used for streamer fishing with weighted flies, but the benefits of the casting technique can improve almost all presentations. The double haul can help your dry fly fishing, battling the elements, and reducing angler casting fatigue. ORVIS Fly Fishing Instructor Peter Kutzer explains why the double haul is useful for adding distance to the cast and taking pressure off your casting arm and wrist. He demonstrates exactly what you need to do for a successful double haul, from the right timing to the proper length of your haul. For more information and fly fishing instruction, please visit our other online learning resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 605433 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Mend
 
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For 16 year-old Joey Maxim, the way back to life after a near fatal car accident started with a fly rod in his hand.
Views: 715729 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Get Wild
 
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For more than a century and half, ORVIS has loved the wild, explored it, found solace in it, reveled in it, and protected it. Come with us and let us guide you to a life outdoors, to places where you can once again get wild. Whether it's fly fishing, upland hunting, or just an intense passion for outdoor adventure, ORVIS is here to help you get there. Visit our variety of online resources, from instructional content to cutting edge new gear, for more information. http://www.orvis.com/
Views: 477260 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Fixing Tailing Loops
 
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A tailing loop is when the top leg of the casting loop falls below the bottom leg. This causes the two legs to cross, which is a recipe for disaster. Tailing loops are a common fly casting problem, but it doesn't take too much work to get your casting back on track. The main causes of tailing loops are overpowering, the forward cast, using too short a casting stroke, or trying too hard to "punch" the final cast for more distance. Peter Kutzer, head instructor of the Manchester, Vermont, ORVIS Fly Fishing School is here to help you decode and fix exactly why your having trouble with tailing loops in your cast. Peter explains what you need to do to fix these problems and create a smooth loop to reduce tangles. To get many more tips and tricks to improve your fly casting, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 128928 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Advanced Nymphing Tactics - Setting Up Droppers
 
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It's all about weight and balance when it comes to Dry-Dropper fly fishing set ups. Having the proportionally right dry for the right nymph is an aspect that requires a little education and some things to consider. In this segment, Dave Jensen explains the when, why and how of Dry-Dropper fly fishing. Visit our learning centers for more tips, tricks, and techniques for all things fly fishing. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 32368 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Shooting Line
 
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Sometimes, the fish are just beyond your normal casting range, and you need a little extra distance. That's when you need to shoot some line during the presentation cast. This technique goes hand in hand with the double haul cast and will help you add some extra feet to your casting distance. ORVIS casting instructor Peter Kutzer explains that the key is to wait until you see the loop unrolling in front of you before you release your grasp of the line. If you release too early, you end up feeding slack upward through the guides, which causes the flexed rod to "unload" and causing your cast to collapse altogether. You should retain your grip on the line until after the rod stops in order to properly shoot line at the end of your fly casting stroke. To get many more tips and tricks to improve your fly casting, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 137951 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Tuck Cast
 
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This is a great cast to learn if you spend a lot of time nymph fishing! A tuck cast is a great way for you to get your nymphs to the bottom quickly by causing them to hit the water before your fly line does. Tuck casts are perfect for when you're fishing nymphs upstream to the head of a pool and you want them to get to the bottom so they don't drift over the heads of your target fish. Peter Kutzer, casting instructor at the ORVIS Fly Fishing School in Manchester, Vermont demonstrates how the flies land first when making a tuck cast. He also explains how they break right through the surface and head for the bottom without the line and leader holding them back, helping you find greater success when nymphing. For more help in improving your fly casting or learning new tips and tricks, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 57888 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Delicate Presentations
 
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ORVIS fly casting instructor Peter Kutzer is back to show you the secrets to a achieving a delicate fly presentation. Sometimes you really need the fly to land gently when fishing dry flies. If you drop the rod tip too early on the presentation cast, the fly line doesn't roll out completely and instead "crashes" to the surface. This is what happens when your fly really hits the surface hard. Peter shows how the rod tip should stop at or around eye level to let the forward cast loop roll out. Only then should you lower the rod tip. By keeping the line moving more horizontally, you give the line time to roll out above the water's surface, which lets the fly flutter downward more gently. Practice these skills and you'll be well on the way to tricking fussy trout! For more help in improving your fly casting or learning new tips and tricks, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 71241 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Snake Roll Cast
 
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The snake roll is a change-of-direction cast that helps you make a quick transition from having your line hanging straight downstream to shooting it out in front of you. Much like a roll cast, It's extremely helpful to know in situations where you don't have much back cast room. By tracing a lower-case "e" with your rod tip, you will re-position your line by 90 degrees. Then all you do is make a standard roll-cast presentation. It may look complicated or difficult, but in reality it is a very simple motion and cast to learn. ORVIS casting instructor Peter Kutzer will get you snake rolling your way out of a tricky casting situation in no time after watching this lesson. For more help in improving your fly casting or learning new tips and tricks, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 160799 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Making a Roll Cast
 
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Being able to roll casting is a very important skill to learn as a fly fisherman. Roll casting allows you to be able to cast when there are obstructions directly behind you, which is often the case on a trout stream. Perfecting your roll cast means that you'll be able to make a great presentation to a fish even if there is a bush right behind you. A poor roll cast often leads the fly line to really hit the water hard which means you'll likely spook some fish with a bad roll cast. ORVIS fly fishing instructor Pete Kutzer explains the ways you can make a roll cast, and improve the distance and presentation of your cast. For more help and fly fishing instruction, visit our other online learning resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 29769 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: UPLANDER - An Upland Hunting Love Story.
 
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“When you first get into bird hunting it's all about getting the bird. Then you start enjoying the habitat and scenery, how the dogs are working. Then it’s the sharing with other people. That's when it all comes together.” - Dave Perkins of ORVIS
Views: 178602 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Aerial Mends
 
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Adding aerial mends into your fly line is a great technique for when you're casting across varying currents. Also, it will help you achieve better and longer dead drifts when fishing nymphs. By making the mend during the cast, you avoid having to break the surface tension to move the line, as you would with a traditional mend. ORVIS casting instructor Peter Kutzer will show you the simplest and most effective way to aerial mend your fly line while making your casting stroke at the same time. Once you have these skills, you'll be aerial mending all over the place and getting longer and better presentations with your flies. To learn new tips, tricks, and ways to improve your fly fishing, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 60392 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Saved By Axe
 
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Axe is a service dog trained to help U.S. war veteran Chad Brown stay calm in the face of his PTSD symptoms. Before Chad had Axe in his life, it wasn't easy for him to cope with the effects of his life as a soldier in combat. Now, Chad and Axe are inseparable, everywhere Chad goes, Axe is by his side. It's no different when Chad needs some time on the river to fly fish, his faithful companion is always right there with him. Some of the fly fishing gear used by Chad can be seen at the ORVIS web store. http://www.orvis.com/new-fly-fishing-gear
Views: 462173 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Bow And Arrow Cast
 
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ORVIS fly casting instructor Peter Kutzer demonstrates how to make a proper bow & arrow cast with a fly rod. This cast is essential when fishing in tight conditions with brush and obstacles all around you. Try the bow and arrow cast and fling a fly right into the openings of a log jam. For more help with your fly casting, please visit our other helpful resources at https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 79431 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Toe to Toe
 
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Meet Marty Loudder– associate dean and professor at Texas A&M. With the help of Chris Taylor, of Fishheads of the San Juan, Marty has overcome the difficulties of her physical limitations due to childhood Polio so that she can enjoy time on the water with her family. This incredible story of determination and perseverance is an inspiration for us all to never let anything deter us from following our passions. Marty has some amazing techniques that enable her to fly fish confidently and successfully. Seeing the whole family light up with joy is proof positive that there is so much more to fly fishing than catching a few fish. The clothing that Marty wears in this video comes from the ORVIS Women's Fly fishing collection and can be viewed: http://www.orvis.com/womens-fishing-apparel
Views: 223978 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: My Dad
 
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Many of our first experiences in the outdoor world come to us with our fathers, and that bond formed on the water often spans the generations. Our Dads are awesome, they inspire and encourage us to chase our dreams. They stop what they’re doing to put us first and show us what it means to love the natural world around us. Showing our fathers our appreciation often just means spending our time with them, and there is no better place to do that than on the water. To view some of the ORVIS gear used in this videos, please visit our web store. http://www.orvis.com/new-fly-fishing-gear
Views: 461207 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Advanced Nymphing Tactics - Choosing A Nymph
 
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Fly selection can be tricky at times, but there are certain clues that can be used to help inform your nymph choice.The placement and use of split shot or weighted flies is also a huge part of becoming a proficient nymph fisherman. Host Dave Jensen explains the thought process of selecting your nymph based on water conditions, prevalence of a visible hatch, the habits of feeding trout. If you found this instructional video to be helpful, follow these links for further information and to learn about many more fly fishing techniques and tactics. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 49245 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Making An Accurate Roll Cast
 
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Here's the latest video in our series featuring Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Fly Fishing Schools, in which he demonstrates proper form for making an accurate roll cast. Two of the keys are to pause long enough to let your line form a D-loop behind you, and to keep your rod tip high at the end of the forward cast. These will help you put your flies right where you want them to be, even when there are obstacles behind you. For more help with your fly cast, or other technical tips, please visit to https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 29314 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Fishing Lessons - Rigging The Rod To Move To A New Spot
 
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Today, ORVIS casting instructor Peter Kutzer demonstrates how to rig your rod when you want to move to a new fishing spot. Walking through the woods with a fly rod can be a dangerous proposition, and more than a few tips get broken this way. The best way to rig the rod keeps your tippet from crimping, keeps the line-to-leader connection from getting stuck in the tip top, and lets you get back to fishing as quickly as possible. For more fly fishing instruction and tips, visit our other helpful online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 50725 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Barbour® Beaufort, Bedale, and Ashby Waxed Cotton Jackets
 
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The common denominator in the men’s Beaufort, Bedale, and Ashby waxed cotton jackets is Barbour’s unparalleled quality. Nothing quite compares to an iconic Barbour waxed cotton jacket. Whether it’s your first or your fifth, selecting one is always an exciting, but daunting task. Because the choices are endless, we’ll take a look at the similarities and differences of our most popular men’s Barbours—the Beaufort, Bedale, and Ashby. Common features include a midweight shell fabric with shine-free Sylkoil finish. While the Beaufort is distinguished by a game pouch and full lining, and the Ashby and Bedale feature side vents and a half linings, the real difference between them is in the fit. The Bedale and Beaufort come in a roomier classic fit designed to be used in the field, allowing for more freedom of movement and accommodating more layers underneath. Length matters, and the Beaufort is about 2.5” longer than the Bedale. The Ashby is basically a contemporary version of the Bedale, with a slightly longer fit through the sleeves and a trimmer fit through the body. Once you have the fit down, you’ll be set. Each of these legendary jackets has storm-weathering capabilities, moleskin handwarmer pockets, and warm corduroy collars. Take your time choosing. Whether you pick the Beaufort, Bedale, or Ashby, you’ll enjoy your Barbour for a lifetime: there’s 10,000 stitches in every jacket to ensure that. For more info: BARBOUR BEAUFORT: http://www.orvis.com/p/barbour-classic-beaufort-jacket/12EP BARBOUR BEDALE: http://www.orvis.com/p/barbour-bedale-jacket/8977 BARBOUR ASHBY: http://www.orvis.com/p/barbour-ashby-jacket/6K5P
Views: 34109 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Reach Cast
 
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The reach cast is a must have skill for any serious dry fly fisherman. This cast allows you to make accurate presentations, and add mends into your line while the line is still in the air. Using a reach cast you can control where your fly line lands with precision, so you can avoid a drag free drift killing current. Follow along with ORVIS casting professional Peter Kutzer and you'll see that with a few new learned motions, you can quickly be using reach casts out on the water, and catching more fish in spots that were unreachable before. This is a great skill to learn in conjunction with aerial mends. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIzdjuJ7QJk&list=PLVhymbOZ-41mjuezoSeTyaJ_dJFAhrynJ&index=7 For improving your fly casting or learning new tips and tricks to help strengthen your fly fishing skills, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 38218 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Dry Fly Tactics - Casting to Cruising Trout
 
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In both lakes and rivers, Trout will sometimes cruise the water to feed rather than hold in one area and wait for food to come to them. While this is a difficult situation, it can also be very rewarding and visual. Follow with Dave and Amelia Jensen as they describe the tactics and tips for helping you to make the best of this special scenario. While this can sometimes be a tough situation to fool a trout, patience and methodical fishing can pay of hugely! For more ways to decode tricky fishing situations, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 26389 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Advanced Nymphing Tactics - Fishing A Dry-Dropper
 
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Fishing a Dry-Dropper fly combo is a great way to cover your bases in the food chain and present a feeding fish with options to eat. Most often when fishing this set up you will get strikes on the dropper nymph, but the dry fly acts as your indicator and is what sets the depth at which your nymph is drifting. In this installment, Dave Jensen explains the proper way to best fish a Dry-Dropper rig. For more information on fly fishing tactics, visit our fly fishing learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 20188 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Improving Your Roll Cast
 
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Getting a good presentation and accuracy with a roll cast can sometimes be difficult. ORVIS fly fishing instructor Pete Kutzer explains a few different ways to make a roll cast, and the ways you can increase distance and accuracy. Strengthening your roll cast will directly translate to success while fishing, so keep practicing your cast and developing your fly fishing skills and you'll end up with more fish in the net. For tips, techniques and fly fishing skills, visit our online learning centers for more help in improving your fly casting, please visit. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 117522 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - The Roll Cast Pickup
 
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Peter Kutzer from ORVIS demonstrate how to make a roll-cast pickup, which has a couple of useful applications.If you're fishing fairly far out and don't want to have to strip a bunch of line in to start a new cast, you can use the roll-cast pickup to get your line in the air earlier. This means less stripping and less time wasted between casts. And the more time your fly is in the water, the better chance you have of catching fish. For more help with you fly casting, please visit our other helpful resources at https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 62930 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Advanced Nymphing Tactics - Fishing Pocket Water
 
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Pocket water is the fast, boulder strewn section of a river that often gets overlooked by fly fisherman. It can be tough to fish with a nymph because the fast currents and deep depths often sweep the fly downstream before it gets to the strike zone. Here, Dave Jensen explains the tactics to effectively fish pocket water. Once you learn and apply these techniques, you'll never walk by these fast and rocky sections of river again without fishing it first. For more information on instructional fly fishing tactics, take a look at the following links. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 56194 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Spey Casting - Double Spey With A Single Hand Rod
 
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Taking a cue from Spey casters everywhere, ORVIS casting instructor Pete Kutzer shows you how you can translate the Double Spey cast into use with a single hand rod. From line position and line control, Pete demonstrates how easy and helpful this cast can be when swinging wet flies or casting nymphs. For more casting help and other valuable fly fishing instruction, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 18673 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Casting in the Wind
 
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ORVIS fly fishing instructor Peter Kutzer explains how to compensate for high wind while fly casting. Whenever there's any kind of wind, your first priority should always be safety. Always be aware of where your fly is, and make sure that you are not endangering yourself or anyone else. The next thing to consider is the wind direction, because this will determine how you need to cast in order to counteract the wind's effect on your fly line. If the wind is blowing directly into your casting shoulder, you need to figure out how to keep the fly away from your head and neck. If it's blowing against your off shoulder, you need to adjust your presentation for accuracy. A head-on wind requires a tight loop, and a tail wind calls for an oval cast. Practice all of these methods and you'll find that a stiff breeze won't be a problem when you're on the water. For more resources to improve you fly fishing skills, visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 52495 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Of the West
 
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Meet Jillian Lukiwski (aka @TheNoisyPlume) - silversmith, writer, hunter, fly fisher, photographer, and Orvis ambassador. Her pursuit of a creative life in the studio and the field inspires us every day.
Views: 167892 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - How to Avoid Hitting Your Rod with Your Fly
 
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Having your line or you fly smack into your rod while making a cast can be very frustrating. ORVIS Fly Fishing School instructor Peter Kutzer explains why this happens, and exactly how to fix the problem. With just a few alterations to your fly casting stroke you'll be on your way to collision free fly casting. For more ways to improve your fly casting and fly fishing skills, visit our other online learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 85148 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Water Haul
 
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Pete Kutzer with the ORVIS Fly Fishing School demonstrates the best way to use water tension to load the rod and make a quick upstream cast. The water haul is a great skill for anglers to have in thier arsenal and is very valuable to be able to use while fishing. The water haul is particularly useful when you're fishing a rig prone to tangling, such as a tandem nymph setup with splitshot and an indicator. Because you don't false-cast with a water haul, you don't give those items the chance to wrap around each other. For more ways to improve your fly casting and fly fishing skills, visit our other online learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 49646 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Presents: Vive Libre (Live Free)
 
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Set sail aboard the "Vive Libre" to the pristine waters of Cuba’s northeastern coast with Perk Perkins and his son, Simon of ORVIS. Adventures in the outdoors can bring a greater understanding of our capabilities both physically and emotionally. For instructional fly fishing information, gear and other resources, please visit. www.orvis.com
Views: 609316 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - How to Grip The Rod
 
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Your grip on the fly rod is the foundation on which your whole cast is built. Getting a comfortable grip and firm will help you put your fly right where it needs to go. Remember that you don't want to squeeze the cork so tightly that your knuckles are turning white. A grip that's too tight won't allow your arm to move properly, and it will cause you to tire quickly. So if you want to be able to fish all day in comfort, start with a light grip. For more fly fishing instruction and tips, visit our other helpful online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 52351 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - How To Hold Your Line Hand
 
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In fly casting, your line management becomes hugely important. ORVIS fly fishing instructor Pete Kutzer demonstrates how to hold your line hand while making a fly cast and ways to avoid coming out of a fly cast with a bad habit. If you find your line getting tangled around your reel often when casting, Pete has some tips to get you and your line straightened out. For more ways to improve your fly casting and fly fishing skills, visit our other online learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 20374 The Orvis Company
ORVIS Fly Rods - Made In The USA
 
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ORVIS is proud to offer a line of fly rods made by hand that are made by people who live in the community, and they're doing it because that's what they want to do. They love doing it, and you can't take that away from them. For more information about available rod designs and weights, please visit http://www.orvis.com/fly-rods
Views: 66347 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Casting A Short Line
 
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Pete Kutzer of the Orvis Fly Fishing School demonstrates the best way to make a short cast, which requires a slightly different motion because there is not enough line out to properly "load" the rod. For more help with your fly casting, please visit our other helpful resources at https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 25578 The Orvis Company
ORIVS Presents: Through The Woods
 
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Nate Gunn directs this new video that takes Spencer Higa and Nate Leavitt through the forests of east-central Utah in search of trout and a true fly fishing adventure. Writes the director, "It was mid June and we were chasing good light, so we had some long days—waking up at 3 a.m. and shooting till sundown, then offloading and talking into the night about the next day. In my mind, a good adventure can’t be completely scripted. Some of the best moments happen in between takes so we wanted to make sure we captured it all." For some of the ORVIS gear seen in the video, please visit our online store. http://www.orvis.com/fly-fishing
Views: 65948 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Fishing Lessons - Choosing A Fly Rod
 
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Pete Kutzer of the ORVIS Fly Fishing School in Manchester Vermont offers his tips on how to choose the right fly rod for your fishing. Pete explains how the environment, size of fly, and the size of fish you are going after all influence your decision on which fly rod is the right tool for the job For more fly fishing instruction and tips, visit our other helpful online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 35342 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Tips For Double Hauling
 
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Even if you understand the concept and the mechanics behind double-hauling, teaching yourself to do it can be difficult because you can’t watch yourself while you cast to see what you’re doing right or doing wrong. So what’s the big secret? Cast sidearm, so the rod and line move parallel to the ground. This allows you to watch the whole process: the loading of the rod, the timing of the haul, and the way your line speed increases when you do it right. When you can actually see the mechanics of the double haul, you can more quickly perfect it. For more help with your fly casting, please visit our other helpful resources at https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 33177 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - How To Make Your First Cast
 
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ORVIS casting instructor Pete Kutzer shows you how to get your line on the water in order to make your first cast. Pete offers two options: a short bow-and-arrow cast or a roll cast. Each will get your line out in front of you, allowing you to then make a standard backcast and get your line out in the water and with some tension on it. For more ways to improve your fly casting and fly fishing skills, visit our other online learning centers. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 11272 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - How to Use a Perfection Loop to Attach a Fly
 
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The perfection loop is a useful knot for fly fishing. You can actually use it at both ends of your leader: first, to attach the butt section of the leader to the fly line, and then to attach the fly at the other end. For lots more tips like these, check out: The Orvis Fly Fishing blog: http://orv.is/1pIWKq7 The Orvis Fly Fishing Learning Center: http://orv.is/RZmNEd
Views: 21766 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Fly Casting Lessons - Long Casts Without Hauling
 
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Want to make long casts but still struggling with the double-haul? Let ORVIS Fly Fishing School casting instructor Pete Kutzer show you how to throw a long line WITHOUT hauling. These tips will come in handy when using a double haul proves ineffective. For more tips on improving your fly casting skills and other fly fishing techniques, please visit https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ and http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 14924 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Spey Casting - Circle Spey
 
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When you're standing in a river, with the current moving right to left (for a right-hand caster), it can be difficult to cast when there are obstructions behind you. The Circle-Spey Cast (also calledthe Snap-T cast.) helps you to move your line upstream so you can execute a good roll-cast. The always informative Peter Kutzer of the ORVIS Fly Fishing School is back to show you just how to make this tricky cast with your Spey rod. For more casting help and other valuable fly fishing instruction, please visit our other online resources. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 18687 The Orvis Company
ORVIS - Advanced Nymphing Tactics - Dry-Dropper Accuracy
 
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If you fish a Dry-Dropper set up without considering the nymph when you make presentations, you'll likely end up with your dropper caught in stream side brush or snags. Accounting for the extra weight and tippet when presenting a Dry-Dropper rig can be challenging. In this segment, Dave Jensen demonstrates how to present an accurate and delicate cast so that you can still fish tight to cover and to where the fish are hiding. If you found this video to be helpful, take a look at our other instructional and valuable fly fishing content. https://howtoflyfish.orvis.com/ http://www.orvis.com/guide-to-fly-fishing
Views: 28706 The Orvis Company

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