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71. Pyramid Foam Arse - Stripping flies incorporating foam in their body on a full sinking line is a popular and effective technique used at Pyramid Lake, Nevada to target Lahontan Cutthroat trout. The sinking line delivers the flies to the bottom of the lake, while the use of foam in the body of the fly gives it movement and keeps it from digging into the sand or catching on vegetation. Two popular styles of flies used in this technique are variations of the Gurgler and the Booby. Failing to trim the lip of a Gurgler symmetrically or slightly offsetting the Booby eyes from the centerline of the hook shank can result in the fly turning on its side, or worse, spinning when striped. This can be avoided by incorporating the foam in the arse style, as seen in some Loch flies. The action of the fly depends greatly on the length and diameter of foam used in relation to the hook, and to some extent the materials used in the fly. When first tying this fly I find it best to leave the foam long and trim it to achieve the movement you are after. Once you have done that to one fly you will know how long you want to make the arse on all your other flies. This is a style of fly more than a pattern. Many different color combinations can be used and each can be effective at different times. Chartreuse Estaz, White wing and White foam and Black Holographic Estaz, Black wing and black foam are two of my other favorite color combinations. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... long and trim it to achieve the movement you are after. Once you have done that to one fly you will know how long you want to make the arse on all yo... ...foam long and trim it to achieve the movement you are after. Once you have done that to one fly you will know how long you want to make the arse... ...parachute... Tying extended body parachute mayfly Random videos Brislingen Don't Ask Me Where I... You know that saying that doesn't exist... Guide Da... ... 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 before pub...

72. WD-40 Bead Head Midge - For this tutorial, I chose a simple pattern that even the beginner tyer can handle, the WD-40. Modifying this pattern from the original, I chose Coq de Leon fibers for the tail and wing case. The addition of this fiber adds to the durability of the pattern, plus the fibers are mottled with great coloration. This specific pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be afraid to also try black, olive, grey, and anything else would be representational on your home waters. Thanks for viewing, and feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ith great coloration. This specific pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be... ...ic pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be afraid to also try black, olive, grey, and anything else would be representational on your home wat... ... Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address. You don't have to comment to start or stop no... ...ith great coloration. This specific pattern is tied a chocolate brown, but don't be afraid to also try black, olive, grey, and anything else would be ...

73. 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...

74. Jr.'s HPU Weedless Sculpin - Jr. Burke applied Derrick Filkins' HPU Weedless fly tying method to a favorite sculpin pattern. If you have ever done any fly fishing for smallmouth bass you know the closer you can get your fly into structure and in the thick of things the better your chances are of catching bigger fish. This weedless fly is designed just for that. Cast this into weeds, into downed trees and right up under the bank and it comes out every time. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Weedless fly tying method to a favorite sculpin pattern. If you have ever done any fly fishing for smallmouth bass you know ... ...ly tying method to a favorite sculpin pattern. If you have ever done any fly fishing for smallmouth bass you know the closer you can get your fly into... ... You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications. Continue All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication. No HTML, images... ...sons for not getting the really good fishing images is that people simply don't bring their camera. Either they leave it at home - which is really stu...

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

...g 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 release. C&R for life I've ... ...sh 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 the fish there under bette... ... released. Take them with your hands if possible Don't squeeze the fish. Trout are especially voulnerable, and it's very easy to accidently squeeze th... ...n it Don't use tools unless it's absolutely necessary. Locking forceps can of great help, though Pictures should be taken instantly and with the fish ...

76. The body almost done. The tail fibres have been neatly arranged and a rib has been added while the tube is still wet. (picture) - Almost done - Almost done - Global FlyFisher

... C&F tube body tool Almost done The body almost done. The tail fibres have been neatly arranged and a rib has been added while the tube is still wet. ... ...d and a rib has been added while the tube is still wet. (picture) - Almost done - Almost done - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher C&F tube body to... ...e body almost done. The tail fibres have been neatly arranged and a rib has been added while the tube is still wet. (picture) - Almost done - Almost d... ...ube body tool The body almost done. The tail fibres have been neatly arranged and a rib has been added while the tube is still wet. (picture) - Almost...

77. Glowing Caddis Jig - Jig style patterns have been tremendously effective trout flies for us this year. You don't have to fish them in the Czech style to enjoy there success. Tony ties an October Caddis Jig that can be adapted to any number of caddis colors and sizes. This is an absolutely killer fly that gets down fast and rides hook up. Deadly. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...atterns have been tremendously effective trout flies for us this year. You don't have to fish them in the Czech style to enjoy there success. Tony tie... ...atterns have been tremendously effective trout flies for us this year. You don't have to fish them in the Czech style to enjoy there success. Tony tie... ... 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... ... fly-angler actually cast? GFF partner Martin Joergensen has done some research and talked to some experts. April 1st 2006 Fishy photographer: Dennis ...

78. Foam Beetle - Twigg & Barry tie a simple foam beetle. At different times on the year, depending on the elevation of the lake (or river) being fished, beetles will become prominent. On stillwaters, look for water with vegetation overhead, or in leeward bays as food will accumulate here on the surface. This pattern is a simply take on proven beetle patterns. We've tied it an fished it before without the orange foam as a sighter. Don't try this - you'll never see it again! Tie the orange foam on, fish when there are beetles around, and enjoy watching your mates get skunked while you continue to catch fish... - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...hout the orange foam as a sighter. Don't try this - you'll never see it again! Tie the orange foam on, fish when there are beetles around, and enjoy w... ...s. We've tied it an fished it before without the orange foam as a sighter. Don't try this - you'll never see it again! Tie the orange foam on, fish wh... ...Montana Experience: Stories from Big Sky Country Albacore Clouser Minnow I don't recall reading much about f... ... 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 will b...

79. On The Edge - Several rivers border the remote Fiordland wilderness of New Zealand's South Island. They present a particular challenge to the visiting flyfisher and the fit & feisty brown and rainbow trout don't give up easily. But in spectacular scenery like is, it all seems well worthwhile - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...rainbow trout don't give up easily. But in spectacular scenery like is, it all seems well worthwhile - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Th... ...nge to the visiting flyfisher and the fit & feisty brown and rainbow trout don't give up easily. But in spectacular scenery like is,... ...e 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 before... ... the really good fishing images is that people simply don't bring their camera. Either they leave it at home - which is really stupid - or they leave ...

80. Brian's Popper - A quick and easy to tie Popper when you need large quantaties, fast. Everybody loves poppers, fisherman and fish alike. There is no equal for the sight of a predator slamming a popper in the surface. It’s not always easy to get a fish to take one but when they’re at it you’ll be sorry if you don’t have any ones laying around. For materials visit our website. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...o get a fish to take one but when they’re at it you’ll be sorry if you don’t have any ones laying around. For materials visit our website. - fly... ...ne but when they’re at it you’ll be sorry if you don’t have any ones laying around. For materials visit our website. Originator: www.0031flyfish... ... 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... ..., how he works - and that he also guides and has done so through 27 seasons from south to north, home and abroad. July 3rd 2008 Bon A d venture - Day ...

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