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101. 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 ...

102. 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...

103. 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...

104. 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...

105. Dan Blanton's Fatal Attraction - Global FlyFisher

...pping on top of the final layer of bucktail. Build a neat head and apply a coat of thin head cement to seal the wraps. Finish the head with epoxy or a... ...coats of a thick, high gloss head cement. A few notes about materials and proportions: Double the tail I make sure I double the flashabou tail to impr...

106. Fish Better - Become a better fly fisher - Global FlyFisher

...rstand it... This article tries to put things straight: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the o... ...light equipment. Flyline Maintenance 101 Maintaining that expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best medicine...

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. 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...

109. First setup - Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher

...into the coating of the fly line. Trim the tag ends of the backing and the fly line and you're done. First rounds Martin Joergensen Spooling the fly l... ...nt a braided loop on the fly line, or make a permanent one by removing the coating and splicing an eye on the braided core . Threading a new leader wi...

110. Jungle Cock, Selecting Using and Repairing - Global FlyFisher

...ning the coloration of the eyes of the nails. A marker touch-up and a thin coat of clear fing... ...its been colored by a 5-year old with wax crayons. After I apply the coat of yellow-orange, I use a Q-Tip, a small dry-bristled brush or my fingerpa...

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