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41. Fly Tying Thread Blues - The old aught system for tying threads (6/0, 8/0, 10/0) isn't really good. So the newer Denier system is much better, right? No, not really! - Global FlyFisher

... run actual thread mills is definitely both smaller and probably different from the tying thread brands, there's still a much larger selection. Most o... ...rength of over 1 kg , more than 1000 grams. If we include 8/0 threads made from nylon and GSP, ... ...0 threads will not make you wiser. They should be near identical, but vary from 55 Denier to 150, so a factor three between the thinnest and the thick... ...hinner or thicker than each other. They should be near identical, but vary from 55 Denier to 150 Very different The 8/0 threads are in other words ver...

42. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...ns, no poppers, no bass flies. There are a few hoppers and ants, but apart from that it's mayflies, stoneflies a caddises. Absolute hilarity Combine t... ...h water trout food species; from mayflies, caddisflies and stoneflies to fish, scuds, shrimps and leeches. Every group is descibed in detail: life cyc... ...subject. Big Fish! A good book, filled with practical information gathered from years of research and discussions... ... the perfect fly the promises are piling up in this wonderful book from 1999. Cheap & fun little book Want a great and affordable gift for a flyfisher...

43. Streamers From a Left Coast Tyer - Original streamers - Global FlyFisher

... Streamers From a Left Coast Tyer - Original streamers - Global FlyFisher First published June 6th 2012 - A week or two ago Home Home Pipeline Themes ... ...More about: Streamers Patterns Streamer guests Streamers Comment Streamers From a Left Coast Tyer Published Jun ... ...n the West Coast, I learned about East Coast fly patterns and tyers mostly from books, and the occasional television show. I remember seeing Lee ... ...He was tying some of the flies from the Mary Orvis Marbury chapter he tied all the Marbury flies in the book . I hardly moved from his table that day....

44. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...hris Mann has worked his way through yet another pile of flies sent to him from all over the world. And Chris Mann has done it again and provided us p... ... Joergensen got the chance to play with four great and very different rods from ECHO, Harvest, Partridge and Scierra. All are light stream rods, but t... ...bamboo and the title of this DVD, which takes you on a fascinating journey from east to west, from bamboo harvest to the ... ... CD! From celtic to bluegrass to folk and acoustic jams, Fishing Music offers a unique mix of fishing music for everyone's tastes. Read on as GFF part...

45. Martin Jorgensen's site about fly fishing and fly tying - Danish inshore fishing - - Global FlyFisher

...a very old site called Fishing Denmark used to look like. All the articles from that has been kept here, and you can find the... ...Fly Fisher's pages about Denmark Global Fly Fisher The pages about Denmark from the original Fishing Denmark web site.... ...o a friend Add comment Go to article start User comments GFF staff comment From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalf... ...Lystfiskergrej are two options. Look up their addresses on the web. Martin From: BIG - Full name and email anonymized Link Submitted April 19th 2013 H...

46. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 2, Harry Boyd

...n as the enamel, are stiff and resilient. As they grow, bamboo forms nodes from which leaf branches protrude. Tonkin bamboo does not form leaf branche... ...ced from 8 - 20 inches apart, is relatively flat and easy to manage. The Tonkin bamboo grown on Chinese plantations is harvested every 8 - 9 years whe... ...en Demarest have helped scores of rod makers get their start. Bamboo comes from China in bales of 20 culms. Each culm is 12 feet long, and approximate... ...And keep some bandages handy, just in case. Bamboo splits best from butt to tip. Place the tip end of the culm against something solid, like one leg o...

47. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

...tem - you can see on this page - is called the Banderillas. The name comes from the Spanish name for the sticks the the bullfigther... ...ion of the pupa of a midge. The buzzers are best known from British stillwater fishing, but are actually very widespread and common all over the world... ...ern from Charles Garwood. Charlie's Phesant Tail Nymph The Pheasant tail nymph is a true classic. The original was tied by Frank Sawyer using only cop... ...as been elaborated a bit by Charles A.Garwood from North Carolina, and uses peacock herl for the abdomen and regular tying thread. Charlie's Prince Ny...

48. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

...a killer pattern. Spotless fly The two spots in the name of this fly comes from the bait, which it is supposed to imitate: the... ...Wales and this is the first article from that trip. Danish Pastry Fly This fly recently changed its name from The Copper Camel to The Danish Pastry Fl... ...? Check out these attractive flies from a streamer swap hosted by Scott Daskiewich. Realistic Flies Realistic flies are not only for the display case.... ...llmouth from the hands first time contributor Robb Nicewonger. The killer fly How about a fly which has caught tuna in the tropics, salmon and trout i...

49. Internet Flies - Euphoria and disappointment of ordering commercially tied flies through the Internet - Global FlyFisher

...e: it is often hard for the flyfishermen to judge the quality of the flies from a small... ...oduction quality of “Internet flies” is generally low. This may also arise from ... ...ol. We obtained a selection of nymphs and dry flies for trout and grayling from various online shops and eBay sellers, specialized in selling flies ... ...ferent conditions. Flies in standard sizes from 10-18 were included. Apart from scoring the value for money and manufacturing/materials quality we had...

50. The Hyper-Compleat Guide to Getting Started in Flytying - Global FlyFisher

...fly tyer, in hopes that the years of wisdom gained through trial and error from myself and my tying buddies will steer... ...ying lessons at a local fly-fishing shop. Learn the tying basics and learn from someone who has made the expensive mistakes of buying the wrong vise o... ... your own creation. Now you've caught the fever and you need more. Take it from one who has spent literally thousands of dollars on materials, tools, ... ...g tools and materials. As with any sport or hobby, the range of quality is from unacceptably poor to over-priced for what ...

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