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61. Jack Plotts' Foam flies - These foam flies were sent to us 10 years ago, and this article has been long underway... - Global FlyFisher

...tend to be using - 2 pieces per shad body 3. Using Elmer's Rubber Cement - coat the top foam body and chenille an... ...speed - in a rotary hand tool. Coat with clear nail polish 23, 24, 25 or you can apply a coat of epoxy 26, 27 to the finished body. + + Gurglers Fly t...

62. 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

...ack fly line and so tight that the backing sometimes works itself into the coating of the fly line. Trim the tag ends of the backing and the fly line ... ...nt a braided loop on the fly line, or make a permanent one by removing the coating and splicing an eye on the... ...erest you: Flyline Maintenance 101 DIY : Maintaining that expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best m...

63. Global Fly Fisher, Rod Building, U-40 Products

...mmon advice was to use thin coats , but I couldn't imagine applying the finish any thinner than I already was. A slow RPM motor wasn't much help, eith... ... me, a slap it on and leave it alone finish. While I don't use it as a one coat finish, I have complete confidence that once I add the finish to my wr... ...aps with the second coat, I can walk away and leave the rod to do it's own thing and not worry about drips and sags and dry thread edges. It is very e...

64. Wet Flies - Flies for fishing, and flies for fun - Global FlyFisher

...with teal flank wings. I still leave the heads with a single coat of varnish - rather than carefully applied 3 coats for that glossy smooth finish. I ... ...tters - fishing flies shouldn't be tied well, too? - but there you go. One coat of lacquer and in the box....

65. Fishing for pike in the ocean - Global FlyFisher

...k or bite tippet. This can be very heavy monofilament, special braided and coated pike wire or straight piano wire. I pers... ... piano wire is the need for tools to make the loops. On the other hand the coated wire has t... ...drawback - you need at least a sturdy cutter and a lighter for melting the coating together. The only really hassle free bite tippet - in that respect...

66. Sculpin Patterns - Ron McKusick

...u now have 2 brown grizzly maraboy as a tail. Cement the wings with a thin coat of thick cement. Pick 2 ... ...hip finish the thread and cut it off. Put a coat of thick cement over the eye and cone head allowing it to seep into the red gills. Make sure that the... ...brass cone head for the head and weight. I added the decal eyes latter and coated the e...

67. Fleye Foils - These new fish foils from Bob Popovics are really great for making baitfish imitations. - Global FlyFisher

...rds: you tie your fly, stick the foils on the outside of the materials and coat the foils and the materials with a layer of translucent material that ... ...bit. Once it's stuck on the fly and the thread has been cut, you apply the coating in one or several rounds to create a body shape and secure the mate... ...lash Topping Two peacock herl Sides Bay Anchovy Fleye Foils size small Coating Bug-bond Light Curing Resin Tying instructions Start the thread close t...

68. Loop connections - Loop on a fly line - Global FlyFisher

...e expensive for 10-30 seconds Remove the softened coating from 5-8 cm 2-2 3/4 of the fly line, revealing the braided core Stick the tip of the threade... ...a little Aquaseal or similar on the braid, reaching from the coating and to the base of the loop. Smooth it with wet fingers and let cure for 24 hours...

69. Tips For Rod, Reel And Line Care - Line care - a three part harmony about maintaining your precious fly fishing equipment - Global FlyFisher

.... The leading fly line manufacturers build a lubricant inside the fly line coating. Because the coating is ... ...rstand it... This article tries to put things straight: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these e...

70. 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...

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