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21. Drop Bead Cased Caddis - This video will show you how to create and rig a 'drop bead' as well as how to tie a simple and effective fast sinking cased caddis using a 'drop bead' to make a standard wetfly hook ride point up, similar to a jig hook. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ad' as well as how to tie a simple and effective fast sinking cased caddis using a 'drop bead' to make a standar... ...ad' as well as how to tie a simple and effective fast sinking cased caddis using a 'drop bead' to make a standard wetfly hook ride point up, similar t... ...his short video shows you how to whip finish with your fingers rather than using a tool. It'... ...cle covers ways to get a fly to fish deep in the water by adding weight or using different lines and casting or mending techniques...

22. Jungle Cock, Selecting Using and Repairing - Global FlyFisher

...d October 18th 2002 More about: Fly tying materials Jungle Cock, Selecting Using and Repairing By Steve Schweitzer Allow me to begin by adding a bit o... ...Many substitutes have been offered over the years. The two most common are using a pared-down guinea feather, leaving only a few of the white dot... ...ale and washed out. The one on the right was also pale, but was touched up using permanent markers. Albiet it has a major split, it can be used for dr... ...airing and using jungle cock feathers for tying flies. With some good markers, some practice and maybe an ounce of artistic skill, you too can have vi...

23. Tying a Cork Popper - Using Cork to make poppers is more time consuming. This video was 45 minutes cut down to 18. Sorry for all the editing. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Tying a Cork Popper - Using Cork to make poppers is more time consuming. This video was 45 minutes cut down to 18. Sorry for all the editing. - fly f... ...t Tying a Cork Popper Using Cork to make poppers is more time consuming. This video was 45 minutes cut down to 18. Sorry for all the editing. Originat... ...ish. We end up using 7X, size 24 hooks and stealth moves on the river banks. Sometimes you need to go the opposite way, if you want a big fish at end ... ...Austin shows you how to construct a simple balance to weigh you fly lines. Using a ruler, a few paper...

24. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

...'re not practical to use on fishing flies. Bonefish Bitters Martin started using the Bonefish Bitters while fishing on his own in Mexico. He writes: I... ...tinued using my Bitters and caught many more fish on them the following days. After two weeks of fishing I felt like a champion and was very satisfied... ...easant tail nymph is a true classic. The original was tied by Frank Sawyer using only copper thread and phesant tail fibers. This pattern h... ...Cone head flies The usual way of weighting a tube fly is by using copper or aluminum tubes. This article shows a totally different approach. Coney fli...

25. Better fishing pictures: Flies - We feature a ton a fly pictures on this site and emphasize good quality in these pictures. This is an article about you can get the best shots of your flies. - Global FlyFisher

...Using the built-in flash Other subjects Outdoors photos Simple variation Compared to my old article on Digitizing flies from more than 10 years ago , ... ...t using the compact camera because this is the most common type of camera, and in some cases actually the best choice. Compacts Oddly enough most mode... ...jective registration of the flies, it can be a good choice. In the case of using uniform background I personally often use a neutral gray o... ... really good job with the light. So you want the fly stuck into something. Using your fingers is the easy wa...

26. Jungle Cock, Selecting Using and Repairing - Global FlyFisher

...d October 18th 2002 More about: Fly tying materials Jungle Cock, Selecting Using and Repairing By Steve Schweitzer Allow me to begin by adding a bit o... ...Many substitutes have been offered over the years. The two most common are using a pared-down guinea feather, leaving only a few of the white dot... ...ale and washed out. The one on the right was also pale, but was touched up using permanent markers. Albiet it has a major split, it can be used for dr... ...airing and using jungle cock feathers for tying flies. With some good markers, some practice and maybe an ounce of artistic skill, you too can have vi...

27. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

...ish Bitters Martin started using the Bonefish Bitters while fishing on his own in Mexico. He writes: I continued using my Bitters and caught many more... ... the Streamer List. Small and large flies for sea trout I highly recommend using small flies for fall fishing for sea trout and rainbows in salt water... ... year to experiment with new materials. If you haven't had the pleasure of using groundho... ...add life to our flies - the sense of something living. This can be done by using soft materials or addin...

28. McLoco Beetle - The McLoco Beetle is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook (down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook). This is a sweet hook at a sweet price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. If you can't see this pattern on the water, than you really need to get your eyes checked. The peacock colored foam reflects light when on the water and the McFlyFoam hot spot is hard not to see. The best thing about this pattern is that the fish only sees the peacock underbody and the black silhouette of the shellback. When tying this pattern, make sure that the 2mm foam is cut slightly larger than the gap of the hook. This will help keep the fly presented right side up when on the water. To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...le is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook ... ...le is a highly visible beetle pattern for the summer and fall months. I am using ... ...ttern can suddenly be what makes a day. Tom Biesot's hopper is a good bet. Using a fo... ... for the summer and fall months. I am using an AFF D103BL hook (down-eye, 1x-Long, 1X Fine, barbless dry fly hook). This is a sweet hook at a sweet pr...

29. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 5, Harry Boyd

...t or built, using them well is the heart of making good rods. Good rods begin with good tapers. Tapers are expressed in thousandths of an inch across ... ...taper I use for my P101 is given in the table above. We will set our forms using a dial indicator depth gauge. A depth ga... ...Mitutoyo, or an inexpensive import depends on the available budget. Before using the dial indicator depth gauge, it must be “zeroed... ...l. Because of the probability of having a dinged point, I strongly suggest using this second method. This isn’t easy to explain in words, but really i...

30. Great Lakes Intruder Blue and Gold - Using Senyo's Intruder shanks, EP Foxy Brush, Flashabou and more Jay Nicholas demonstrates new fly tying materials in his creation of a Great Lakes Intruder Style Fly. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Great Lakes Intruder Blue and Gold - Using Senyo's Intruder shanks, EP Foxy Brush, Flashabou and more Jay Nicholas demonstrates new fly tying materia... ...ws By date A-Z Originators Search About Great Lakes Intruder Blue and Gold Using Senyo's Intruder shanks, EP Foxy Brush, Flashabou and more Jay Nichol... ... then. June 20th 2011 Sexy Crab A crab pattern tied with a solid structure using extremely resistant materials but at the same time keeping it natural... ...re welcome Great Lakes Intruder Blue and Gold - Using Senyo's Intruder shanks, EP Foxy Brush, Flashabou and more Jay Nicholas demonstrates new fly tyi...

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