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31. Monic Light Green - Global FlyFisher

...es fine. The latter is not least the case because of the coating. The line is a mint green color, but has a shade of a milky, to some extent transpare... ... just goes stiff in cold weather. Monic uses a different technology in the coating, where a polymer material without plasticizer is used in ... ...comparison to most other coating that utilize this component, which is known to disappear over a number of years leaving stiffness and cracks as a res... ...wo negative experiences with the Monic line are that it sinks and that the coating is very soft. Both things are not surprising. Being an intermediate...

32. Fly Fishing's "Spring Tune-Up" - Prepare your fly gear - rod, reel, leaders, waders - for the coming spring - Global FlyFisher

...es are made of stainless steel with a coating of industrial grade hard chrome a dirty fly line can groove these guides in an amazingly short time. The... ... new fly lines not only have a long lasting but also durable PVC coating that has benefited all fly fishers in becoming better fly casters. Unfortunat... ...lent coating on the line. This coating will also help the line remain supple longer. Suppleness helps reduce distance-robbing coils from developing of... ... finish. The fly line is constructed of PVC coating over a core of dacron. Excessive stretching may cause these two components to separate internally ...

33. Monic Light Green - Global FlyFisher

...es fine. The latter is not least the case because of the coating. The line is a mint green color, but has a shade of a milky, to some extent transpare... ... just goes stiff in cold weather. Monic uses a different technology in the coating, where a polymer material without plasticizer is used in ... ...comparison to most other coating that utilize this component, which is known to disappear over a number of years leaving stiffness and cracks as a res... ...wo negative experiences with the Monic line are that it sinks and that the coating is very soft. Both things are not surprising. Being an intermediate...

34. Build a rod - Intro: How to build a rod step-by-step, select components, mount, wrap, coat and test a fly rod - Global FlyFisher

...od Intro: How to build a rod step-by-step, select components, mount, wrap, coat and test a fly rod By Jan-Ol... ... series. A guide to guides is found here Will be online May 31st 2007 BaR: Coating Build a Rod, 4 : We're now at the final stage of our rod buidling p... ...nd ready to coat the wrappings. this requires a clean room and a lot of care. Jan-Ole Willers shows us in great detail how to do the best job and wher... ...build a rod step-by-step, select components, mount, wrap, coat and test a fly rod - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher Build a rod Build a rod - In...

35. Marabou - Chris DelPlato

...ic size 1 1/2 or 2 TAIL OPTIONAL Red Hackle or Marabou HEAD COATING Dave's Flexament Chris's Comments On The Pattern What's in a name? In the case of ... ...half hitch if your tool is big enough to fit over the head of the fly . 9. Coat the head with a clear epoxy, back to and including the red band of thr... ...art catching all those fish! If you are using a stationary vise, apply the coating sparingly as it has a tendency to drip or run. ... ...te the fly 180 degrees if you see a drip or 'sag' forming. After the first coat has dried, affix the stick-on prismatic eyes. Apply a secon...

36. Fly Fishing's "Spring Tune-Up" - Prepare your fly gear - rod, reel, leaders, waders - for the coming spring - Global FlyFisher

...es are made of stainless steel with a coating of industrial grade hard chrome a dirty fly line can groove these guides in an amazingly short time. The... ... new fly lines not only have a long lasting but also durable PVC coating that has benefited all fly fishers in becoming better fly casters. Unfortunat... ...lent coating on the line. This coating will also help the line remain supple longer. Suppleness helps reduce distance-robbing coils from developing of... ... finish. The fly line is constructed of PVC coating over a core of dacron. Excessive stretching may cause these two components to separate internally ...

37. Capt. Mel's Tube Knot - A Fly Line to Butt Section Connection - Global FlyFisher

...nd the stripped fly line back through the nail knot. To strip the coating from the fly line I used a girth hitch and 20 pound Hard Mason leader materi... ...ght onto the fly line before stripping off 5 '' of the coating. Yes you lose 5 inches of the fly line but only once. + 5 inches or 12 centimeters Here... ... point of where the coating ends. This is a very important point because if you leave any of the coated part of the line beyond the knot it won't pull... ...ht, remember to make sure it stays on the coated part of the fly line! + Start pulling with your hands At this point you will need some pliers to pull...

38. Pass the tag end of the backing the opposite way through the loop as the standing end and work the coils of backing as close to the end of the loop as possible. Now pull both ends of the backing gently to tighten all the coils evenly. As they get tighter you can pull harder, and finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br / Be careful not to pull eny coils out over the loop end. The two tags should wind up blocking the outmost coils. Trim the tag end, and you have a strong backing to fly line connection. (picture) - Finished Albright knot - 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

... finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br... ... finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. Be caref... ... finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br / Be ... ... finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br / Be careful n...

39. Our Children's Streamers - Robert Morger

... center section of peacock eye feather. Form head with thread and tie off, coat head with two to three coats of head cement. Sarah's Desert Sunset Sta... ... band about 1/8 long add a couple of half hitches and clip off red thread, coat with head cement and let dry. Start 6/0 black thread and wrap in wing ... ...r. Form head with thread and tie off, coat head with two to three coats of head cement. Back To The Our Children's Streamers Page Copyright 1998 - 200...

40. Confessions of a Mad Epoxy Tube Tier - Bob Kenly is reknown for his redically different epoxy tube flies. This article recaps his experience with epoxy - and adds advice on coloring eopxy. - Global FlyFisher

... If you are trying to achieve an opaque color do not try to do it with one coat, I did ... ... thats dry I then apply a coat of the epoxy/acrylic mixture over the painted area. Sanding has two important effects: first, it allows the paint to ad... ...acrylic mixture stays wet, mixing the base coat with some denatured alcohol will slow down the curing some, the idea is to have the coloring part of t... ...d area red and the rest white. You've done your sanding of the first epoxy coating and sanded it. Next establishe where the two colors will seperate...

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