Bill Logan demonstrates how to finish your flies with a hand whip-finish Do you even remember struggling to tie your shoes? We have all come such a long way since that grand moment of success, pride and independence. My mom showed me how to do the deed while telling me that a rabbit, when chased around a tree dives into its hole. I tie one fine bow now and sometimes even double my knots. Oh let me tell you, where the mechanics of knots are concerned, bold initiative is often called for.
Agostino Roncallo demonstrates how to tie an extended body dry fly purely from cul de canard feathers.
James Bews demonstrates the modern wild, brown trout flies which he uses in Orkney: Picric Dabbler, PH Cat, Olive Hedgehog, Ess Cat Mark 2, Black Snatcher, Biotic Hog, Anorexic Dunkeld, Half-hog Hopper, and Rough Dabbler
Alf McMahon's flexible tube flies have coneheads and eliminate leverage, and are made from electrical wiring flex.
Magnus Angus ties the Gold-ribbed Hare's Ear Nymph.
Using torque and tension of fly-tying thread to catch in fly tying materials.
John Davies using sewing machine shuttle spools to hold his fly-tying thread so they are easily interchangeable with his bobbin.