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51. Hans' Cicada - This fly surprised me, it caught fish on the small streams that I fish in the Black Hills. It brought large trout to the surface when nothing else would. Do they take it for a cicada? I don't know, but it does catch fish. This fly is inspired by the cicada patterns I encountered in New Zealand. I tie it in a size 6 but it can be tied larger or smaller depending on the size of the bugs in your neck of the woods. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...a? I don't know, but it does catch fish. This fly is inspired by the cicada patterns I encountered in New Zealand. I tie it in a size 6 but it can... ...ut to the surface when nothing else would. Do they take it for a cicada? I don't know, but it does catch fish. This fly is inspired by the cicada ... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All ... ...u can easily fill a box in no time. May 3rd 2011 Build a rod, 5 The rod is done and you need to determine what line is best for it. Don't always trust...

52. Bobbin holders - Most people use a bobbin holder when they tie flies. In spite of being a simple tool there are some pretty advanced models out there. This is a look at the ins and outs of bobbin holders. - Global FlyFisher

...ecrease tension. No matter whether the adjustment is done one or the other way, the final friction in these holders is partly dependent on the thread ... ...he advantage is of course that you don't have to rewind thread, but simply move the tube of the bobbin holder wherever you want to, and it will immedi... ... it is, and it can easily be done with one hand while tying. Multiple functions A few bobbin holders have more functions, and one function that has be... ...ople with access to good tools and materials, it might be worth a try. But don't expect to save much money. The least expens...

53. Build a rod, 2: Reel Seat and Handle - Part 2: Creating and finishing a cork rod handle and a fighting butt - Global FlyFisher

...ke and take measures of handles you like and some you don't like to find the dimensions of your ideal handle. For that you can use the attached tables... ...upright and has to be done for each end of the reel seat for obvious reasons. With these bonds made of epoxy any reel seat for a fly rod should be wel... ...ave done here, or on a thread rod, which is a little more safe for your first rod. For the thread rod method I would like to give the suggestion to re... ...essed hood. This has to be done carefully to avoid braking the cork, which obviously tends to be fragile in thinner diameters. It is best done with a ...

54. Catch & release - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFisher

...nd then immediatly sticking her head in the bathtub! Don't try this at home. What a great analogy. Remember this when you fight a fish you intend to r... ...arly as possible if the fish will be released. Don't net it and judge it in there You might want to wade into shallow or less turbulent water to land ... ... fish that are going to be released. Take them with your hands if possible Don't squeeze the fish. Trout are especially voulnerable, and it's very eas... ... the hook and try to loosen it Don't use tools unless it's absolutely necessary. Locking forceps can of great help, though Pictures should be taken in...

55. Fish Skull Circus Peanut - Hans Stephenson of Dakota Angler ties a Fish Skull version of the Circus Peanut Streamer. This color scheme combined with the articulation is very effective on rivers such as Wyoming's North Platte. It is also effective on the Bighorn River. Don't hesitate to use it on smaller streams too. Big trout eat big flies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...such as Wyoming's North Platte. It is also effective on the Bighorn River. Don't hesitate to use it on smaller streams too. Big trout eat big flies. -... ...orth Platte. It is also effective on the Bighorn River. Don't hesitate to use it on smaller streams too. Big trout eat big flies. Originator: Hans Ste... ...icle on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by the GFF staff bef... ...he Patagonian waters told by local guide Heiko Schneider. Without the work done by people a century ago, Argentina would be a very dif...

56. FatBanger - Fatbanger is an articulated sculpin pattern. The fly doesn't really have an official name but is called what it is based on 2 flies I've done well on in the past. The bug as a whole looks a little like Kelly Galloup's (http://slideinn.com/blog/) Fathead and the body is similar to the Headbanger and Hogsnare designed by Rich Strolis (http://catching-shadows.blogspot.com/). I sort of merged the two and ended up with this. Materials are shown in the video. Music: Spitfire by Porter Robinson - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...eally have an official name but is called what it is based on 2 flies I've done well on in the past. The bug as a whole ... ...eally have an official name but is called what it is based on 2 flies I've done well on in the past. The bug as a whole looks a little like Kelly Gall... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments... ... has just received the ugliest flies he has ever seen in his life. And no, don't worry they weren't from a potential GFF contributor or a well meaning...

57. Stillwater fly fishing Faroes - Here's something we don't see every day! Lake fishing on the Faroe Islands. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Stillwater fly fishing Faroes - Here's something we don't see every day! Lake fishing on the Faroe Islands. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyF... ... viewed All videos About Stillwater fly fishing Faroes Here's something we don't see every day! La... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notification... ...or bottom so you don't have to waste time changing flies as you move from flat to flat. September 6th 2011 Make 'Em Swim Swedish Michael Frödins newe...

58. The Simple Anchovy - Simple Flies: The first in a series on fly tying. Flies don't have to be complicated to catch fish. The Simple Flies approach uses just a few materials and a few steps to create easy to tie flies that catch fish. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...e Simple Anchovy - Simple Flies: The first in a series on fly tying. Flies don't have to be complicated to catch fish. The Simple Flies approach uses ... ...The Simple Anchovy Simple Flies: The first in a series on fly tying. Flies don't have to be complicated to catch fish. The Sim... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments... ...er Martin Joergensen has done picture based stories like this one before, just putting up a bunch of good fishing shots and adding a little text. Marc...

59. No Bead Beadhead Pheasant Tail - Don't let the lack of a bead keep you from tying a beadhead nymph. Using wire to make a bead is an effective and cheap way of weighting your nymph. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... No Bead Beadhead Pheasant Tail - Don't let the lack of a bead keep you from tying a beadhead nymph. Using wire to make a bead is an effective and... ...-Z Originators Search About No Bead Beadhead Pheasant Tail Don't let the lack of a bead keep you from tying a beadhead nymph. Using wire to make a... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments... ...n bonefishing he could find. September 13th 2005 My first flies I honestly don't remember exactly how many years ago I started tying flies, but a roug...

60. Peacock Buzzer - Here is a very basic good beginners fly that is easy to tie and will catch lots of fish, the Peacock Buzzer. All it takes is a hook some thread and some peacock herls. You can't get much simpler than that. Don't forget if you like what you see please subscribe to my YouTube channel and like us on facebook. Also please check out our website for all you fly fishing needs @ http://holsingersflyshop.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...'t get much simpler than that. Don't forget if you like what you see please subscribe to my YouTube channel and like us on facebook. Also please check... ... some thread and some peacock herls. You can't get much simpler than that. Don't forget if you like what you see please subscribe to my YouTu... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue... ...es on The Global FlyFisher A couple of random articles Don't freeze GFF partner and avid winter fisher Martin Joergensen tries to convince you why bre...

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