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...flyfisher.com/ video /?q=node/2229 Brian Elward has tied a couple of great flies in front of our camera. This week it’s one of his favorite tarpon f... ...umn Dun Wet Fly http://globalflyfisher.com/ video /?q=node/2173 Materials Used; Hook: Kamasan B170 size12, Thread: Uni-Black 8/0, Tail: Natural Black ... ...ly http://globalflyfisher.com/ video /?q=node/6047 Trolling Bucktail style flies for Coho Salmon is an art that has come out of practice here off the ... ...in this fly tying tutorial is the Improved Pheasant Tail nymph, which is a classic in the fly fishing world. Using the word improved is where I tread...
2. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - The best dry flies, wet flies, nymphs, streamers - Material lists and tying instructions - Global FlyFisher
... Patterns - All the great fly patterns - The best dry flies, wet flies, nymphs, streamers - Material lists and tying instructions - Global FlyFisher H... ...e fly has many neat details and is a great upgrade from those quickly tied flies. It makes your fly box look great and keeps you away from the TV. Nin... ...y Published: 2010-03-09 10 months ago Another variation on large saltwater flies from the hands of Pete Gray. Mainly for striped bass, but u... ...r a place to happen]... and then materialize into PharSidePhlyz. Saltwater flies can all start here and become a...
3. Classic Wet Flies - Bergman and Beyond - Global FlyFisher
...h 9th 2005 More about: Fly tying Trout Bergman Traditionals A selection of wet flies inspired from Ray Bergman's classic text. By Bob Petti A Couple B... ...erest was piqued. Sure, there were differences between the flies and tying in the book and what was all the rage at the time, but so what? I kept goin... ...inating - and quite beautiful. My interest in wet flies has been on a slow simmer ever since. This past Fall and Winter, the simmer came to a full boi... ... Bergman's Trout . I figured the best way to start was to gather a list of flies which I had materials to tie and were interesting to my eye. As I was...
4. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher
...x with hundreds of sea trout flies in preparation for the coming spring. He envisions rows of uniform and neatly arranged flies. Smallmouth Jump Mark ... ...ishing for rainbow trout. Hairwings & Tubes With this book Hairwing & Tube Flies for Salmon Chris Mann has worked his way through yet another pile of ... ...ften lightly dressed Dee and Spey flies with their long and swung back hackles and low riding wings are just soooo fishy! . That's why he finds John S... ...amers no larger than a size 12. The results were move interesting. Boney Flies Crazy Charlie, Bonefish Bitters, Bonefish CDC&Elk and more. Some of the...
5. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher
... of the all time most effective fish catching flies. However, if you think you need heavy tackle and lots of lead to get them to work - think again. P... ...some resemblance to these sticks. Bass bugs I'm not sure how floating bass flies got the name bug , but it certainly has stuck. Whether const... ...Quimby Another entry in the continuing series of features highlighting the flies of the founders of the art of streamer tying. Bert Quimby is not as w... ...can streamers. Read Bob Petti's article about Mike's beautiful, classical streamer patterns. Black Frede Black version of a Danish classic Black Funne...
6. Magic Fly (Pale Watery wingless wet variant) - I will be the first to tell you that I don’t believe in magic bullet flies – flies that you tie on and start bailing fish. This pattern is the closest I’ve found to being the exception. The Sulphur hatch is notorious for producing stillborn flies and frustrated anglers. The same could be said of summer stenos, which have left me muttering to myself on more than one occasion. The first time I fished this fly, it was a classic June Sulphur night on the Farmington. I had a whole pool of trout at my command. They rose to the fly with such carelessness and confidence that I couldn’t believe what was happening. It must be magic. I treat this fly with silica floatant (my favorite is Frog’s Fanny) and fish it like a dry, on a long leader on a dead drift. The soft hackles and spikey body create a must-eat-me-now illusion that turns trout stupid. Alter the size and color and you’ve got a fine match for dorotheas and stenos. The Magic Fly is based on the old Pale Watery Wingless wet. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
... Magic Fly Pale Watery wingless wet variant - I will be the first to tell you that I don’t believe in magic bullet flies – flies that you tie on a... ...eing the exception. The Sulphur hatch is notorious for producing stillborn flies and frustrated anglers. The same could be said of summer stenos, whic... ...self on more than one occasion. The first time I fished this fly, it was a classic June Sulphur night on the Farmington. I had a whole pool of trout a... ...ic Fly is based on the old Pale Watery Wingless wet. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - The Largest and Best Place ...
7. Fly pattern database - All kinds of flies from all over the globe - Global FlyFisher
... Fly pattern database - All kinds of flies from all over the globe - Global FlyFisher Home Home Pipeline Themes Hitlist Patterns Patterns Pattern sect... ... Comment All Cold saltwater flies Dry flies Modern salmon flies Nymphs Pike flies Streamers Warm saltwater flies Wet flies Fly pattern database All ki... ...06 Dry flies Al Troth's Bullhead sculpin 2005-04-26 14:25:53 Streamers All Orange C.Stevens 2005-04-26 14:25:53 Streamers Allexandra Streamer 2005-04-... ...mers Angora Goat Unknown Cold saltwater flies Arctic Fox Muddler sculpin 2005-04-26 14:25:53 Streamers Artula Carrie Stevens 2005-04-26 14:25:53 Strea...
8. A very versatile material - Golden Pheasant must be one of the most versatile fly-tying materials you can get your hands on. The wealth of different feathers on one skin is simply overwhelming. And the skin is inexpensive too. What's not to like? - Global FlyFisher
...When you start tying flies, almost no matter what kind, a golden pheasant skin is usually one of the first materials you should buy. It's often includ... ... dry fly tyer that won't see the GP as an obvious material to have. Salmon flies, seatrout flies, steelhead flies, saltwater flies, bass flies, flies ... ...ll find many patterns using GP feathers and if you improvise flies yourself, GP feathers can often find a place in new patterns. The golden pheasant C... ...l over the world. + + Crest and tippet in full dressed salmon flies Martin Joergensen Fly tied by Kim Rasmussen + The head WikiMedia Buying GP Golden ...
9. So you wanna tie a BIG fly? - This is not about a pattern called The Big Fly, but some general advice on tying big flies. - Global FlyFisher
...t about a pattern called The Big Fly, but some general advice on tying big flies. - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for On... ...t about a pattern called The Big Fly, but some general advice on tying big flies. By Martin Joergensen + + Large flies Martin Joerge... ...n - Tunz@Flyz This article will try to teach you some ways of growing your flies and tie some big patterns. After all, the saying does go big flies, b... ...true monster. What is big? Big is of course a relative term. If your usual flies are dries and nymphs in the size 16-20 range, then a fly tied on a si...
10. Wet Flies - Flies for fishing, and flies for fun - Global FlyFisher
... Wet Flies - Flies for fishing, and flies for fun - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Online Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Pa... ...book Store Advertize Contact Keywords Keywords Fly Tying Wet Flies Patterns Tie Better Touch More about: Fly Tying | Wet Flies | Patterns | Tie Better... ...lies for fishing, and flies for fun By Bob Petti It has been quite some time since I tied my first set of wet flies for GFF. At the time - I remember ... ... slips somewhat upright on the hook and not totally squashed. The few flies with duck flank wings - forget it - especially bronze mallard. Total horro...