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41. Foam Wing PMD - This is one PMD Dry Fly you have got to see! The white post on this foam body, foam wing mayfly pattern is very easy to see because it floats and it is bright white. I have learned to use foam wing flies like this over many years of fishing with customers from the boat. If you can't see your dry fly, how can you set the hook when a trout eats it?! The mayfly hatch, especially the Pale Morning Dun Hatch in the Colorado Rockies is spectacular. If you would like to cast easy to see dry flies at hungry trout, go to http://www.riplips.com and book a float. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... View No Hackle Dry Fly in full size Fluffy Wing Emerging View Fluffy Wing Emerging in full size Fox's Caddis Poopah View Fox's Caddis Poopah in full ...

42. Stoneflopper - Stoneflopper - by Clark Cheech Pierce. The Stoneflopper is a hybrid grasshopper and stonefly pattern that does particularly well. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...h 2011 The Fluff Fish must be stupid to mistake this simple and efficient pattern for something edible, and luckily they are and they do. Danish Per G... ...ng The Fluff. January 17th 2010 Yves Laurent Canadian Yves Laurent does beautiful wood carvings of fish and other animals - and flies. His work is met...

43. Buying marabou - In nature the marabou is a stork. In fly tying it's a very versatile and popular type of feathers from other birds than the marabou. Learn to find the right type here. - Global FlyFisher

...en labeled marabou. The main characteristic of the marabou feather is it's fluffiness. The feather is very soft and mobile and has no willingness to m... ...d wing feathers. It's not spiky or stiff either like hackle, but is a very fluffy, downy and soft feather. + Three basic types Martin Joergense...

44. One Mallard Shrimp - As a Baltic sea trout angler you can never get enough shrimp patterns, and this one was tied as a result of access to some really fine mallard feathers. - Global FlyFisher

...Joergensen From one feather you will get barbs for the shrimp's thorn, the fluffy part will make some excellent dubbing for the body and the remain... ...ll or any other finely barred feather with the same long, fine barbs and a fluffy, downy part to provid...

45. White Antron Yarn Grub - Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a White Antron Yarn Grub. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...t on The Global FlyFisher A few random articles for your entertainment The Fluff Fish must be stupid to ... ...y do. Danish Per Gade leads you through the paces of tying and fishing The Fluff. January 17th 2010 Monster'...

46. Deer Creek Bibio - Bibio is a popular pattern in both wet and dry. Here is the wet version. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...size No Hackle Dry Fly View No Hackle Dry Fly in full size Fluffy Wing Emerging View Fluffy Wing Emerging in full size Fox's Caddis Poopah View Fox's ...

47. Split Thread Technique - A short tutorial where I show the basic split thread technique - a must-have for any flytier's arsenal of techniques, with a wide variety of uses. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ry Fly View No Hackle Dry Fly in full size Fluffy Wing Emerging View Fluffy Wing Emerging in full size Fox's Caddis Poopah View Fox's Caddis Poopah in...

48. 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

... a loop and spin the material to form a hair hackle. Some fluffy materials that compress easily will spin nicely on a hook shank and create volume, bu... ...e first material you think of when designing large flies, but the airy and fluffy material is very well suited for large flies. Full feathers are wide...

49. Pey cast by drift - the best fly fishing and fly tying videos online - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Fluff Fish must be stupid to mistake this simple and efficient pattern for something edible, and luckily they are and they do. Danish Per Gade leads ...

50. Chrome Torpedoes - Steelhead usually begin entering the streams in early fall, right behind the salmon. Since steelhead are coldblooded, they usually become less active and feed less in the winter. But if you happen to hook into oneā€¦make sure you hold on for the ride! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...s February 23rd 2013 The Fluff Fish must be stupid to mistake this simple and efficient pattern for something edible, and luckily they are and they do... ...ying and fishing The Fluff. January 17th 2010 Morning fishing A podcast recorded on a quiet October morning on the Danish coast where GFF partner Mart...

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