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Beyond The Rise

Beyond the Rise is a wonderful short series with fly angler Tony Jay as he fishes the English Chalkstreams.
Tony Jay heads out in search of some chalk stream grayling, and shows how to tie the perfect fly for them.  
Tony Jay dry fly fishes his favourite chalk stream and shows how to tie a weighted shrimp.  
Tony Jay discusses fishing with emergers and shows how to set up with a tapered leader that will last you as long as you want it to.  
Tony Jay is in his own idea of fishing heaven as he wades a tiny clear stream in search of wild trout.  
Tony Jay, shows you how to tie two popular fly patterns, the Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear and the Adam's dry fly. Both of these great flies, the GRHE as a nymph and the Adam's as dry fly are tried and tested patterns that will work on all manner of fish from brown trout, rainbow trout and grayling but of course also on many other species. The GRHE is to be fished as a nymph under the surface if the water, it pretty much imitates most of the trout's food items and that's why it's so successful. The Adam's dry fly is a kind of panacea for most anglers, it kind of covers everything in the Olive or upwing  family and so it's generic profile makes it a  number one choice. The great thing about these patterns is the fact that you won't be needing any fancy materials to be able to create them, these flies are simple to tie with minimal materials and yet they are still very effective. Gold Ribbed Hare's Ear: Hook: Wet fly any size Thread: brown or black Tail: Hare's fur Body: Hare's fur Rib: Gold wire Thorax Cover: Pheasant Tail Fibres.   Adam's Dry Fly: Hook: Dry Fly any size Thread: Light coloured Tail: Natural Cock Fibres Body: Grey Dubbing Hackle: Grizzle and natural game mixed. Whether you target running water or stillwater venues these are two awesome fly patterns that are sure to bring you success! To watch just login or register: Login,  Register        
Tony Jay's inspirational journey into his love for fly fishing for wild brown trout on chalk streams and small lakes.  


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