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101. Reports from Blog Creek - We're chained to our computers, thinking about fly fishing. This blog is our outlet to keep our heads from exploding - Global FlyFisher

...ngler's Corner's wet cement. One coat yields a beautifully smooth and glossy head, but it tends to fog over time and seems to separate from heads made... ... any longer, but I do keep a bottle on hand for construction steps, or for coating feathers ...

102. Tying with CDC - From midges to bonefish flies, cul de canard (CDC) is equally at home in drys, wets, nymphs, and saltwater patterns. - Global FlyFisher

...pect is that it does not soak up moisture, or indeed oil. The oil can only coat the feather parts, not become an internal part of it. If it was solely... ...ni-thread 8/0 Black Body One peccary fiber or heavy size thread, coated with varnish Thorax Three strands of peacock herl Wing Four large CDC feathers...

103. Build a rod, 3 - Part 3: Preparing, wrapping and aligning the guides - Global FlyFisher

...ry difficult to avoid a small peak which will look just bad even after the coating process. In such a case I can recommend redoing th... ...re from this series: Build a Rod BaR: Parts BaR: Handle BaR: Wrapping BaR: Coating BaR: Testing Recommend this page to a friend Want to comment this ...

104. Car rod holders - If you are like most anglers, you sometimes change location during a fishing day. A rod holder for your car will be a very welcome gadget if that's the case. - Global FlyFisher

...sing any damage to the car, while the solid ones, even though they are all coated with some softer coa...

105. The measure tape doesn’t lie - 10-20-30-40 meters? 30-60-90-120 feet? How long can you cast with a one hand rod? And how long does and average fly-angler actually cast? - Global FlyFisher

...that yields some extra yards in the cast. Fast rods, complex tapers, slick coatings, smooth shooting lines, clips, baskets, lubricants and what-have-y... ... grams or half an ounce plus a bit. The shooting line is braided sometimes coated. I never use ...

106. The White Marabou - Bob Petti

...o form a cone or bullet shape. Whip finish and trim. 13. Apply a coat of thin penetrating head cement and let it dry overnight. Come back the next day...

107. The Hyper-Compleat Guide to Getting Started in Flytying - Global FlyFisher

...material without breaking it. Some pliers tips are rubber coated to assist in grasping the materials. A hair stacker comes in handy to align ends of d... ...nk all are good substitutes. Even the fine wool-like fibres under the rich coat of a winter deer-hide makes for good dubbing blends. Try to build your...

108. The Gladiator - Global FlyFisher

...n coating over the face of the sequins. Place in a turner and rotate slowly for at least 1 hour then set aside to cure at least 8 hours. This step wil... ...he tube and cement with 5-minute epoxy. Mix a batch of 30-minute epoxy and coat the egg and eye, covering the painted area so as to fill the rem...

109. So you wanna tie a BIG fly? - This is not about a pattern called The Big Fly, but some general advice on tying big flies. - Global FlyFisher

...hread until I was sure they were straight and secured. Whip finish. I then coated the serving with Clear Cure Goo. Then I coated the line with Flexame...

110. Hanafi Saleh - Hanafi Saleh's Floating Shrimp - Global FlyFisher

... Move tying thread forward all the way. Cover the shank of the hook with a coat of ... ...ip finish and trim body on top and sides. Apply some Softex clear flexible coating on top to form the shellback of the shrimp and let dry. Trim bo...

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