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51. Cutties are for Suckers - A warm January day on the Bitterroot with Zach and Stan from False Casts and Flat Tires. For a while, it seemed like all I could catch were suckers. 4 or 5 of them in a row at one point. Big ones too - 21 to 22" on the high end. I will admit it, they were a worthy fish on the fly rod. But, eventually we found the trout. We caught our fair share of cutthroat and rainbows. I caught a couple nice 17 to 19" cutthroat and rainbows to end the day. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Cutties are for Suckers - A warm January day on the Bitterroot with Zach and Stan from False Casts and Flat Tires. For a while, it seemed like all I ... ...lphabetical Random About Cutties are for Suckers A warm January day on the Bitterroot with Za... ...ew random articles for your entertainment Tails This is an image gallery a bit different than we usually do th... ...gain. August 13th 2011 Cutties are for Suckers - A warm January day on the Bitterroot with Zach and Stan from False Casts and...

52. Rubber band tool - A simple home made tool to hold hackle and other materials while tying - AKA a hackle guard - Global FlyFisher

...y Martin Joergensen + A commercial tool Martin Joergensen UK fly tyer Alan Bithell saw our... ...ation of the tool easier. Making the rubber band tool + The materials Alan Bithell + Ready to pull Alan Bithe... ...ll + The finished tool Alan Bithell + Over the bobbin Alan Bithell + Tighten Alan Bithell + Pull back Alan Bithell + Tie the body Alan Bithell + Loose...

53. Right hand or left hand? - The debate about whether to use the right hand or the left hand on the fly reel is almost as old as fly-fishing itself. Let's look a bit rationally on the issue at hand... sorry, couldn't help it! - Global FlyFisher

... hand on the fly reel is almost as old as fly-fishing itself. Let's look a bit rationally on the issue at han... ...e fly reel is almost as old as fly-fishing itself. Let's look a bit rationally on the issue at hand... sorry, couldn't help it! By Martin Joergensen +... ... When the bottle came in the mail, I got out an old hankie and wet a small bit and ran the line through ... ... a bit with this recipe. But who can resist fish, lemon, parsley and mustard? January 4th 2012 Adventurous rod This book is a paradox. Not because of ...

54. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Photographing Flies - Global FlyFisher

...otography Pictures GFF's Guide to Photographing Flies From Feathers to Bits By Martin Joergensen supported by Steve Schweitzer Buy the best 50-55 mill... ...and will in most cases let you keep all automatic functions. Bellows are a bit clumsy, can be quite expensive and have become a rarity in th... ...ures might also interest you: Tails Portfolio : This is an image gallery a bit different than we usually d... ...mit a private comment, not for publication, use this form From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Photographing Flies - Global FlyFisher The Global Fly...

55. Action Jackson - The Action Jackson is the most successful articulated streamer pattern that I have ever fished. I am using an AFF MP001 (up-turned eye, multipurpose, stinger hook) for the trailing hook and an AFF S404 (straight eye, 4X-long, round bend, streamer hook) for the front hook. Check them out at http://www.allenflyfishing.com. There are three things that make this pattern so effective. First, most fish do not fully eat a leach, sculpins or bait fish on the first strike; they wound them first by biting their tail. The stinger hook at the tail of the fly reduces the chances of short strikes/ missed opportunities. Secondly, the articulated portion of the tail moves freely in the water and gives the illusion of a swimming leech, sculpin or baitfish. Lastly, the squirrel hair and legs provide excellent movement in the water. The sili legs project lots of UV light that grabs the fish's attention. This pattern is also effective in the following colors; black, rust, chartreuse, brown, tan and natural. You can also tie this pattern in different lengths. Pattern Length Stinger Hook Front Hook (4X-Long) 2 inch size 10 size 8 2 ½ inch size 8 size 6 3 ½ inch size 6 size 4 4 inch size 4 size 2 To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit http://www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...leach, sculpins or bait fish on the first strike; they wound them first by biting their tail. The stinger hook at the tail of the fly reduces the chan... ...ish on the first strike; they wound them first by biting their tail. The stinger hook at the tail of the fly reduces the chances of short strikes/ mis... ...n us here in northern Europe, and Martin thought he'd expand his horizon a bit and add... ...leach, sculpins or bait fish on the first strike; they wound them first by biting their tail. The stinger hoo...

56. From Feathers to Bits - Global FlyFisher

...otography Pictures From Feathers to Bits GFF's Guide to Saving Pictures for the Web From Feathers to Bits By Martin Joergensen supported by Steve Schw... ... still be convenient. When you interlace a picture it can sometimes grow a bit. Save your work When you are satisfied with the resu... ...mit a private comment, not for publication, use this form From Feathers to Bits - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFi... ...sher From Feathers to Bits From Feathers to Bits - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher From Feathers to Bits From Feathers to Bits - Global FlyFishe...

57. Shooting lines - This article tries to cover the different types of shooting or running lines available on the market and talk about their good and bad sides. - Global FlyFisher

...e contact surface between the guides and the line, secondly they hold on a bit of water, which lubricates the line and last but not least they help ... ...oating but this time with a monofilament core. The mono makes the line a bit stiffer and potentially thinner and lighter, but apart fr... ...ith a floatant. Most of the braided lines handle very well, but may hiss a bit in the guides of your rod. The line is mostly quite numb and is very s... ...significantly stiffer due to the mono core. These lines will mostly sink a bit, but can be treated with floatant....

58. Bit For Trout - Excellent high water veiled - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Bit For Trout - Excellent high water veiled - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Online Fly F... ...uggest video Highest rated Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About Bit For Trout Excellent high water veiled Originator: Giancarlo Donninelli... ...sh, and it was quite natural to grab a hold of them and get them to talk a bit about the background for the whole project. November 14th 2011 Casting ... ...n consent from each copyright holder. Comments and suggestions are welcome Bit For Trout - Excell...

59. The Leprechaun and the Yeti - Some fishing partners are tall. Some are short. Anthony of False Casts and Flat Tires is the Leprechaun. I, apparently, am the Yeti. A couple of days of fly fishing on the Bitterroot. We got into some solid rainbows and browns, but nothing too extraordinary. Things are heating up, but we could have said that about the entire winter. Although, it is good to have some dry fly fishing on the horizon. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... on the Bitterroot. We got into some solid rainbows and browns, but nothing too extraordinary. Things are heating up, but we could have said that abou... ...echaun. I, apparently, am the Yeti. A couple of days of fly fishing on the Bitterroot. We got into some solid rainbows and browns, but nothing too ext... ... not to let down the listeners completely, he also talks about knots and a bit about fis... ...echaun. I, apparently, am the Yeti. A couple of days of fly fishing on the Bitterroot. We got into some solid rainbows and browns, but nothing too ext...

60. Silver Glödhäck - Anton Pousar tying a scandinavian style tube fly for salmon called Silver Glödhäck. Me and Anton were doing a fly tying workshop and I decided to film his part for my blog. It was pretty tough to edit because there was lots of stuff I needed to cut out and speed up because the tying was focused for the tyers at the workshop, not the video. I just tried to be out of the way mostly with my camera. I also had to leave at the end and leave the camera rolling so the last parts are a bit out of focus/frame. Also tried my hand at a vintage film look so if that's not your cup of tea you probably won't like the style too much. Check out more patterns at http://flytyingarchive.com Fly tying: Anton Pousar Video/post: Timo Kontio - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...d to leave at the end and leave the camera rolling so the last parts are a bit out of focus/frame. Also tried my hand at a vintage film look so if tha... ...d to leave at the end and leave the camera rolling so the last parts are a bit out of focus/frame. Also tried my hand at a vintage film look so if tha... ...d to leave at the end and leave the camera rolling so the last parts are a bit out of focus/frame. Also tried my hand at a vintage film look so if tha... ...d to leave at the end and leave the camera rolling so the last parts are a bit out of focus/frame. Also tried my hand at a vintage film look so if tha...

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