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31. 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...

32. 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...

33. 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...

34. 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...

35. Fly fishing - Fly fishing is so exciting! This was my dad's second time fly fishing. We practiced casting, presentation, setting the hook and keeping a tight line a few times on the lawn. The anticipation to get on the water was too great so we put our waders on and jumped in our float tubes. This was the Hex Hatch so things were likely to go crazy! My dad was casting to rising trout that were cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing you know....GAME ON! The smile at the end says it all. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...re cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing y... ...were cruising along the shallows, feeding on hex emergers and duns. He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing... ...gh you fly lines. Using a ruler, a few paperclips and some nuts you can make a precise balance, which can help you determine the AFTM class of all of ... .... He was using a size 8 foam hex dun which this trout found irresistable. Next thing you know....GAME ON! The smile at the end says it all. - fly fish...

36. Brassie - In this instructional video you will see the step by step process of tying a Brassie pattern. This fly pattern has been around for some time now and is still very effective. It can be tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1560 #16 Thread: UTC 70 Black Abdomen: Ultra Wire Brassie Amber Thorax: Peacock Herl Check Out Our Website: www.henrysforkanglers.com Like Us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HenrysForkAnglers?ref=hl Thank you for watching - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...e tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Ma... ...e tied in many different colors by just changing the color of wire you are using. Every... ...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 ... ... color of wire you are using. Everyone should have a couple of these in there box just in case. Materials: Hook: Daiichi 1560 #16 Thread: UTC 70 Black...

37. 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...

38. Whipfinish video - A short video on using your fingers to whipfinish - Global FlyFisher

...Whipfinish video - A short video on using your fingers to whipfinish - Global FlyFisher First published January 29th 2009 - This past month More about... ...hipfinish video A short video on using your fingers to whipfinish By Martin Joergensen Better quality video here on Vimeo . We have covered whipfinish... ...ut of the bobbin holder while it's catching itself . Some tyers argue that using a whipfinisher - a tool - leads to nicer heads on the fly, but with a... ...ingers give you even better heads. But first and foremost the advantage of using the hands is that you need no tool. If you...

39. Dubbing blends - Making your own or improving store bought dubbing - Global FlyFisher

...mend that all dubbing be passed through a coffee or spice grinder prior to using. The grinder tends to separa... ...es providing a lighter product than would be normally accomplished by just using the blend out of the bag. In addition, dubbing your own allows one to... ...more than I do. Using soap water By Martin Joergensen Here's an alternative, cheap and a bit more time consuming and low tech way to mix dubbing: pluc... ..., continue the pull and mix procedure until the desired result is reached. Using carders or brushes. This procedure needs two carder...

40. Yellow Deer Hair Tarpon Fly - This Deer Hair Tarpon Fly is simple to tie, big bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natural materials and this pattern is just what the doctor ordered. Tarpon fishing in the Florida Keys is as good as it gets. If you would like to twitch a Deer Hair Tarpon Fly right in front of a monster fish. You need to go to http://www.riplips.com and book a fishing trip this Spring. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natu... ...odied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarpon flies that are tied with natural materials and this pattern is j... ...ies Hanley's pragmatic and productive approach to a specific tying method: using furled pieces of material to create elongated shapes of different kin... ... bodied and slow sinking. I use this fly in the Keys Backcountry. I prefer using tarp...

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