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31. 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...

32. 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...

33. 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...

34. 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...

35. 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...

36. 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...

37. 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...

38. The Woody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lucky for us they are abundant, however because they are native to NZ, we prefer to use road kill...You can find PUKEKO in swampy areas, for me around the Broadlands / Reporoa area.... We have used Weka breast feathers from the Chatham Is, and other similar shape feathers with as much success, however, we have noticed the trout find it hard to resist the NATURAL DARK BLUE in this beautiful feather. The Woody Wacker Materials: Hook: 6-10 Tail: Red Wool Body:Lumo wrap Wing: 3-4 PUKEKO breast feathers Cotton color: Black Filmed at studio42 in Tapuaeharuru (somewhere near Taupo) NZ. Music by Miles Poananga - TV Repairman... feat: Stella /Jeff... - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...oody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lu... ... Woody Wacker This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of... ...ys to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight - even in sunshine. You might think that the flash on your came... ...oody Wacker - This very simple but effective lumo bodied trout fly is tied using the breast feathers of a native bird of New Zealand, the PUKEKO... Lu...

39. Kayak Fishing Long Island - Fishing around the inlets and back bays of Long Island using spinning and fly fishing tackle. We caught and released striped bass, bluefish, fluke and saw lots of sand eels and blow fish. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...shing Long Island - Fishing around the inlets and back bays of Long Island using spinning and fly fishing tackle. We caught and released striped bass,... ...Fishing Long Island Fishing around the inlets and back bays of Long Island using spinning and fly fish... ...er 5th 2007 Better fishing pictures: Macro Most fly anglers will find that using macro in their photography can... ...shing Long Island - Fishing around the inlets and back bays of Long Island using spinning and fly fishing tackle. We caught and released striped bass,...

40. 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...

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