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51. Turning fishing and tying tools - How to turn your own fly tying tools in wood. - Global FlyFisher

...d their own rods, some even from first principles, using split bamboo, a few may even make their own reels and lines. Home grown For me this 'home-gro... ...re made using a wood lathe and chisels. There and then I decided that that was something that I wanted to learn too. So I bought a small micro-lathe a... ... the intended lower end of the top part. Then the piece of wood is rounded using a spindle gouge or a roughing gouge to almost the final dimensions, a... ...xt the length of the upper barrel, lower barrel base and insert are marked using dividers fig 8 . The diameter of the insert is turned with a part...

52. 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...

53. Ava's Little Pinky - Ava's Little Pinky is my #1 midge pattern that I fish during the winter and early spring months. I am going be tying this midge larva pattern on an Allen Fly Fishing D103S hook between the sizes of 16 through 22. This particular dry fly hook has a straight eye, 1x --long shank and thin wire. This hook is new to the Allen Fly Fishing hook line up and will soon be one of my favorites, show check them out by visiting www.allenflyfishing.com I generally find that in the winter months, the trout tend to pod in specific areas of the river, generally an area with lots of sunlight. These fish become very picky on what they eat. The pink thread and tubing gives the fly great color, segmentation and depth. The UV Clear Fly Finish head gives the fly's thorax a lot of depth and shine. I have had amazing results when using this fly, generally as the end fly in a tandem nymph rigging set-up. Tie some up and see for yourself! Size 16 -- 18 I'll use Midge Tubing Size 20 -- 22 I'll use Micro Tubing. To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...h and shine. I have had amazing results when using this fly, generally as the end fly in a tandem nymph rigging set-up. Tie some up and see for yourse... ...the fly's thorax a lot of depth and shine. I have had amazing results when using this fly,... ...Use a fill flash More ways to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight - even in sunshine. You might think tha... ...zing results when using this fly, generally as the end fly in a tandem nymph rigging set-up. Tie some up and see for yourself! Size 16 -- 18 I'll use ...

54. The Basic Concept - An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. - Global FlyFisher

...cept - An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. - Global FlyFisher First published August 16... ...oncept An introduction to the concept of tube flies and some arguments for using tubes rather than hooks. By Martin Joergensen Tying a simple conehead... ...ht to the back of the tube. Many tube fly anglers extend the tube a bit by using a small, soft sleeve to hold and guide the hook. This sleeve is mount... ...be by pulling it slightly up over the firm tube or just using it as a buffer between the metal and the hook and knot. The hook is then pulled into the...

55. 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...

56. Better fishing pictures: Use a fill flash - More ways to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight?even in sunshine. - Global FlyFisher

...e a fill flash - More ways to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight—even in sunshine. - Global FlyFisher Fi... ... March 24th 2006 More ways to improve your fishing photos. This time about using your flash in bright daylight—even in sunshine. By Martin ... ...otmail.co.uk Submitted June 18th 2007 Very interesting,never thought about using the flash in bright light conditions before,sometimes my ... ...hich has a number of adjustments when it comes to using the flash. You can probably tell I am not an expert photographer by asking such a question but...

57. 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...

58. Super Sally - The Super Sally is my favorite fly that I tie. Here in the Colorado we have a time period in the summer when the fish eat the crap out of yellow sally's. I am using an AFF T301 Terrestrial/ Hopper hook (straight eye, 2x-Long, 1x-Fine, slightly humped dry fly hook). Check out Allen Fly Fishing at www.allenflyfishing.com. The natural bend of this hook allows the abdomen of the fly to rest within the surface film. The web wing and flash give a fantastic silhouette from a rising trout. The rubber legs assist in keeping the fly upright and provide natural movement when on the water. You can change the color of the fly to match other stone flies and caddis dries. To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...eriod in the summer when the fish eat the crap out of yellow sally's. I am using an AFF T301 T... ...eriod in the summer when the fish eat the crap out of yellow sally's. I am using an AFF T301 Te... ...ut can be adapted to look like almost any small fish. Learn to tie it here using easily available materials - July 5... ...eriod in the summer when the fish eat the crap out of yellow sally's. I am using an AFF T301 Terrestrial/ Hopper hook (stra...

59. Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. - fl... ...sh Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an effective streamer pattern. Originator: Jeff Cr... ...ut can be adapted to look like almost any small fish. Learn to tie it here using easily available materials - July 5th 2011 Roy Lopez Aspiring guide... ...nts and suggestions are welcome Bunny Baitfish - Using a binder clip as a material clamp to combine materials to spin in a dubbing loop, creating an e...

60. Mosquito larva - Mosquito Larvae tied on a Gamakatsu C15-BV in size 18 using stripped peacock quill covered with Deer Creek diamond fine. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Mosquito larva - Mosquito Larvae tied on a Gamakatsu C15-BV in size 18 using stripped peacock quill covered with Deer Creek diamond fine. - fly fishi... ...quito Larvae tied on a Gamakatsu C15-BV in size 18 using stripped peacock quill covered with Deer Creek diamond fine. Originator: Markus Hoffman Submi... ...for your streamers using Angel Hair or a similar material. March 8th 2006 The Trout Diaries Yous fellas fishin'? a Maori guy asked on the shore of Lak... ...ome Mosquito larva - Mosquito Larvae tied on a Gamakatsu C15-BV in size 18 using s...

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