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101. 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...

102. 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...

103. 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 ...

104. Hot Melt and YOU! - Global FlyFisher

... on a very small bead of another color glue on the hook. Once this hardens coat the small bead with another color usin... ...Two Tone Egg. Create a Gold Egg: Put a gold bead on the hook and tie down. Coat bead with hot glue…. Gold Bead Egg! Make a Bead: Use a hook, thicker s...

105. Tooth & Nail - A Pair of Pike Flies That Can Take a Beating - Global FlyFisher

...eventing fouling of the wing materials during casting and fishing, a light coat of ... ...mplete the fly, lightly coat the sparkle braid and head area with 5 minute epoxy. Use the epoxy to taper the head as necessary. Pike fishing on Global...

106. Felt soles - Global FlyFisher

... trace on the surface. Let the felt dry for a few hours and apply a second coating. This time you will see the glue partly covering the felt, but th... ...rough and highly absorbing. Leave the soles to dry again and apply a third coating. This time the glue should form a smoother layer on the surface of ...

107. DIY Epoxy Rotor - Build your own epoxy-drying rotor out of some scraps and a disco mirror ball motor - Global FlyFisher

...les 15-20 flies. Now coat them with epoxy in your rotary vice and transfer them to the rotor. It runs so slowly that you can easily stick the fly in a... ...n the single hour prescribed - and you will probably have some very neatly coated and smoothly finished flies once the epoxy has settled. Don't fee...

108. Blind hooks! - Introducing Preben Torp Jacobsen, one of the grand old men in Danish fly fishing and fly tying and the author of many classical, Danish books on nymphs, dry flies - Global FlyFisher

...ead with the fingers, but only with the dubbing. Then one gets a very fine coat of dubbing, that let the thread be seen after winding. I turn the hack... ...ook and wound the thread to the very end of the shank - giving the turns a coat of thin lacquer before I continued. Then I placed the gut under the sh...

109. Fly hooks for Scandinavian salt water use - Global FlyFisher

...The Partridge is my own favourite. It's made in a Niflor coated version which is not stainless but close. Did you find the above interesting? People w...

110. Red Ass Soft Hackle - Red Ass Soft Hackle Fly Tying Instructions and How To Tie Tutorial - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ding a complete fly rod, covering selection of components, handle, guides, coating and testing. May 28th 2007 Europe's New Zealand For more than fifte...

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