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81. 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...

82. Fly Lines - Keywords - The words we use - Global FlyFisher

... DIY : Maintaining that expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best medicine for adding years of life your flyline. Consider cleani... ...es to put things straight: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these expensive pieces of string. Re...

83. 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...

84. Beginners - Keywords - The words we use - Global FlyFisher

...b's review Flyline Maintenance 101 DIY : Maintaining that expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best medicine for adding y... ...straight: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these expensive pieces of string. Read the article by...

85. Fly Lines - Leaders - Keywords - The words we use - Global FlyFisher

...at expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best medicine for adding years of life your flyline. Consider cleaning flylines after eve... ...ght: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these expensive pieces of string. Read the article by GFF ...

86. 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 ...

87. 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...

88. Barrel Full of Bucktails - Classics and favorites - Global FlyFisher

... a nymph I guess, but not what Bill was after. A quick coat of yellow acrylic and I was in business. I would never want to tie this fly commercially. ... ...e eyes with acrylic paint. When I went back to give the head a clear gloss coat with nail polish, it caused some of t...

89. 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...

90. Beginners - Keywords - The words we use - Global FlyFisher

...b's review Flyline Maintenance 101 DIY : Maintaining that expensive string coated with plastics and polymers is the best medicine for adding y... ...straight: tapers, densities, coatings, memory and all the other terms that manufacturers use for these expensive pieces of string. Read the article by...

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