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71. Carinthian Gold - All right, so you want to go wild on the fly during your trip to Europe and you have a weakness for alpine fly-fishing? - Global FlyFisher

...t to go wild on the fly during your trip to Europe and you have a weakness for alpine fly-fishing? - Global FlyFisher First published June 22nd 2007 M... ...t to go wild on the fly during your trip to Europe and you have a weakness for alpine fly-fishing? By Dr. Tobias Renkawitz Th... ...ia, right at the Italian border. Following his words one of the best spots for dry fishi... ...ng scene. Hotel Post If you are checking for fly-fishing opportunities at the Carinthian Gail on the Internet you cannot avoid to find the homepage ww...

72. Bumby Mexico - A bumpy trip to Punta Allen, Mexico for bonefish and tarpon. - Global FlyFisher

...r Tropical Start All pics Bumby Mexico A bumpy trip to Punta Allen, Mexico for bonefish and tarpon. By Martin Joergensen Freshl... ...night. There was hardly anybody to ask for directions. But we managed to find Sirena—the American woman we rented our cabin from—and the p... ...hauled our rods and stuff to the beach to meet up with the guides and go for bones. We said hello to the guides: Gaspar and his father Juanito. Gasper... ... up, finding food, drink, ice and chatting with the other guides preparing for their clients on the beach. Wal...

73. Hunt for the Red October - Hunt for the Red October - Fly Fishing for Redfish in October in the prime location of Port Royal Sound in Beaufort and Hilton Head, SC. Anglers Clayton Poole & David W. Creed search the flats for the largest schools of Redfish in the sea. Captain Tuck Scott & Captain Owen Plair of Bay Street Outfitters keep us on Spot Tails for hours! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Hunt for the Red October - Hunt for the Red October - Fly Fishing for Redfish in October in the prime location of Port Royal Sound in Beaufort and Hi... ... Creed search the flats for the largest schools of Redfish in the sea. Captain Tuck Scott & Captain Owen Plair of Bay Street Outfitters keep us on Spo... ... Tying tools Site tools Site tools Search Sitemap Comments Keywords Mobile Forum Forum Forum section Patterns Fly tyin... ...os Fly tying Suggest video Highest rated Most viewed All videos About Hunt for t...

74. Skinny Nelson and variations - During this fly tying tutorial, I decided to give detailed tying instructions for Tracy Peterson's "Skinny Nelson," plus a few variations of the pattern (including a great one for midges). This pattern was originally developed for skinny water (as a baetis or midge imitation), but has since become known for its powers in the deep, primarily due to the addition of a tungsten bead. Popular species to fish for with this pattern include trout, grayling, steelhead, and salmon. In the second part of this video, I show and explain a number of ways to vary this pattern, which adds a lot more to the pattern. Please note that I chose to tie this on a standard-shanked hook, which is more representational of the flies in my area. I do mention a 1xl hook during the tutorial, which may better represent insects in your area. Speaking of hooks, the one I recommend for this pattern (and many other nymphs) is the W502 by Allen Fly Fishing. Both this and its counterpart (the W520BL barbless model) are excellent hooks that help to get the fly down quickly. Check out this model and others @: http://www.allenflyfishing.com/w502-wet-fly-nymph/ Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave comments/questions on this YouTube page, or you can email me at: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ing this fly tying tutorial, I decided to give detailed tying instructions for Tracy Peterson's Skinny Nelson, plus a few variations of the pattern in... ...a great one for midges . This pattern was originally developed for skinny water as a baetis or midge imitation , but has since become known for its po... ... a tungsten bead. Popular species to fish for with this pattern include trout, grayling, steelhead, and salmon. In the second part of this video, I sh... ...ter represent insects in your area. Speaking of hooks, the one I recommend for this pattern and many other nymphs is the W502 by Allen Fly Fishing. Bo...

75. Capercaillie Sculpin - Hook: Kamasan B840 or Partridge JS11 Thread: 8/0 UniThread, white Cone: Silver conehead in the appropriate size Tails: Partridge flank feather barbs Body: Austrailian Opossom, natural Body hackles: Partridge flank feather Front hackle: Capercaillie body feather One of my goto patterns for seatrout on the coasts and bays of Djursland, Denmark. Very easy fly to tie, that fishes well all year around. If you tie the fly to the tippet with a small rapala loop, the fly has an awesome motion in the water. Looks almost like a small sculpin. You can tie them in any size you'd like, but I prefer them large - large as in size 2 or larger. The best hooks for this kind of fly, in my opinion, are the hooks with a large hook gape. I find the TMC 811S and Mustad 34007 to have too small of a hook gape for this kind of pattern. I only used the capercaillie to make a fly that sticks out, and to the best of my knowledge, I don't think there's a saltwater pattern for seatrout that uses these feathers. You can use whatever front hackle you'd like or have available. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...nk feather Front hackle: Capercaillie body feather One of my goto patterns for seatrout on the coasts and bays of Djursland, Denmark. Very easy fly to... ...ke, but I prefer them large - large as in size 2 or larger. The best hooks for this kind of fly, in my opinion, are the hooks with a large hook gape. ... ... have too small of a hook gape for this kind of pattern. I only used the capercaillie to make a fly that sticks out, and to the best of my knowledge, ... ...for seatrout that uses these feathers. You can use whatever front hackle you'd like or have available. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFis...

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

...H LESS... PODCASTS ROD BUILDING BOOKS STAFF LAB PIX BLOG KEYWORDS SITE MAP FORUM ABOUT CONTACT US SITE MAP HOME PATTERNS FLY TYING PICTURES VIDEOS ROD... ...tyles of artificial fishing lures. In the US, bucktail streamers were tied for trout and bass fishing in the mid 1800's in such a way that they would ... ...r things to fill up half a box with streamers , but not a single bucktail? For real? It was the original streamers@ d... ...ins, and plano compartment boxes, and and and and. After awhile the reason for tying flies during the winter shifts from the need to fill boxes for th...

77. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's guide to selecting and using a digital camera - Global FlyFisher

...Article Intro Photo Digital Scan Edit Save More Summary Calibrate Programs Formats Background Links Gallery Fly pics Classics First published January ... ...vailable. My recommentation to people who want to acquire a digital camera for macro work is to heed the general advice given here and read reviews fr... ... much true - except for in one area: digital cameras . When this article was coined there was no digital camera on the market that could offer justice... ... I played with for a longer period was an Agfa ePhoto 780, which was a wonder when I got it, but with its 640 480 pixels pictures, slow reaction times...

78. Simple Yarn Crab Bodies - Fly Tying Tip - Simple Yarn Crab BodiesTying crab flies for bonefish and permit can often be intimidating for anglers because of the complexity of most patterns. One of my favorite crab pattern's is Cathy Beck's Fleeing Crab which we have used in the Bahamas and Belize for bones, permit, and even some baby tarpon. The body of this pattern is made from EP Fibers (antron works too) and they are typically tied in using a "figure 8" style technique which is good, but that technique tends to bind the fibers down of the previous clump of yarn. This technique that I show in the video I feel simplifies the process and makes the over quality of the body come out more consistent. This technique of tying yarn bodies on flies also works great on patterns like tarpon toads. If you have questions or comments leave them below and I would be happy to help!Thank for watching!Sean VisintainerSilver Bow Fly Shophttp://www.silverbowflyshop.comMake sure to subscribe to my YouTube Channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/silverbow...Join our Facebook for quicker updates on the Silver Bow Fly Shophttps://www.facebook.com/silverbowfly... Like fun fishing photos?http://instagram.com/silverbowflyshopMore great free fishing tips on my blog!http://www.silverbowflyshop.com/blog - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...Yarn Crab Bodies - Fly Tying Tip - Simple Yarn Crab BodiesTying crab flies for bonefish and permit can often be intimidating for anglers because of th... ... is Cathy Beck's Fleeing Crab which we have used in the Bahamas and Belize for bones, permit, and even some baby tarpon. The body of this pattern is m... ... questions or comments leave them below and I would be happy to help!Thank for watching!Sean VisintainerSilver Bow Fly Shophttp://www.silverbowflyshop... ...uTube Channel:http://www.youtube.com/user/silverbow...Join our Facebook for quicker updates on the Silver Bow Fly Shophttps://www.facebook.com/silverb...

79. Dogma fly framing - Framing flies with few materials and easy methods - Global FlyFisher

... workmanship beyond the reach of the average tyer. But luckily less can do for most of us. This article describes how to frame a fly or two without ha... ...advanced workshop, but also expands on the subject for the framer who wants to develop his or her skills. Not museum grade Real frame-makers will buil... ...rials and glues in order to make the frame and flies last for decades. I will not make a case of compromising on these important matters for “real” fr... ...ops sell complete frames or shadow boxes with everything prepared and room for one or several flies, a fly and a photo or some other constellation. If...

80. Dubbing Loop Collars - Using a dubbing loop for form collars, is a very slick way to make dense collars with no extra bulk. Removing the hide from fur or the stem from a feather, drastically reduces bulk and makes for very clean tied flies. The dubbing loop technique can be used with Rabbit, CDC, Deer Hair, Fox, EP Fibers and just about anything you can jam in a dubbing loop! Great for all streamer and nymphs! Be sure to "like" this video and subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... for more In The Riffle Videos!! Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Instagram: http://instagram.com/intheriffle/# Follow Us On Twitter: http://twitter.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Pintrest: http://www.pinterest.com/intheriffle/ - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Dubbing Loop Collars - Using a dubbing loop for form collars, is a very slick way to make dense collars with no extra bulk. Removing the hide from fu... ...educes bulk and makes for very clean tied flies. The dubbing loop technique can be used with Rabbit, CDC, Deer Hair, Fox, EP Fibers and just about any... ... like this video and subscribe to http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... for more In The Riffle Videos!! Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.... ... Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - The Largest and Best Place to go for Online Fly Fishing and Fly Tying GFF Videos Home Home News Pipeline Them...

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