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121. All about fly tying thread - Thread control - Global FlyFisher

...ers only use thin monofilaments. My own choices are: Uni-Thread 8/0 for my general tying. A thin thread that's availabe in many colors GSP, preferably... ...he 6/0 is good for general tying, but as the thread flattens poorly it will add some bulk to most flies. The 8/0 is a great thread to tie with, but it... ...below. Comment To This page General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication. ...

122. The CDC & Elk family - Hans Weilenmann's CDC & Elk is a fly as good as they come. Still a lot of people - including Hans himself - have made variations - Global FlyFisher

... its originator. The original The CDC & Elk is Hans' signature fly, and is generally acknowledged as a modern classic in dry flies. It has probably be... ...iveness as a general dry fly. Then, later on, I saw it fished as a streamer at Oostvornse Meer in Holland on a large longshank hook with equal success... ...me since my fly only remotely looks like Paul Slaney's Bonefish fly , is a generally useful seatrout...

123. Types of fly tying thread - Thread control - Global FlyFisher

...ers only use thin monofilaments. My own choices are: Uni-Thread 8/0 for my general tying. A thin thread that's availabe in many colo... ...- good for ribbing , 6/0 and 8/0. The 6/0 is good for general tying, but as the thread flattens poorly it will add some bulk to most flies. The 8/0 is... ...s page General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication. No HTML, images or li...

124. Permission for Personal Use - Global FlyFisher

...aphics either. These graphics and pictures are protected by a general copyright - in other words: they are ours! Want to use material from this site f... ...etter? That's generally OK , but we ask that you gain permission from the author first. Use this form to ask permission. Want to commerically tie patt... ...below. Comment To This page General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication. ...

125. 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

...n general that was it. And if you were like me you tied with 8/0 and 6/0 95% of the time. 8/0 for small flies and 6/0 for the larger ones. When I star... ...which is also applicable on fly-tying thread, which by sewing standards is generally very thin by the way. ... ...r, or decitex a similar measurement in general commercial use , is the only way to reasonable assess thread sizes AND only when comparing threads of l...

126. What to look for when byuing... - This article series will give some tips on buying tying materials, and go through different groups of common materials like hackle, bucktail and hair. - Global FlyFisher

... want clean, even, regular materials. You don't want grease, dirt or dust. Generally soft and pliable is good and stiff and dry like in brittle... ...er. Deformed materials is generally bad. Deformity often comes from harsh treatment like bleaching or dying under very hot conditions. You want whole ... ... along with April 12th 2004 Clouser Deep Minnow Only a few patterns are as generally useful and wide...

127. Mouse flies - Somewhat an oxymoron - a fly that's a mammal - but still a fun fly to tie, and not least to fish when the large fish are tuned in on a mouse menu. - Global FlyFisher

...l or pear shaped body and a long tail and you are there. Floating patterns generally work best, but even simply splashing a nearly sinking mouse fly i... ... do the trick. Mice vary greatly in size, but the common mouse species are generally smaller than most people imagine, so don't worry too much about m... ... and foam in different ways. The general idea of these hair and foam mice is a hair body for volume and a foam back for flotation. Many of these highl...

128. The road to Lake Oostvoorne - A blue ribbon steelhead fishery... in the Netherlands! Glittering, strong and abundant - that's the steelhead of the Dutch Lake Oostvoorne - Global FlyFisher

...lk about the lake in general? At roughly 550 acres it's quite a sizeable expanse of water. On a map it resembles a kidney shape with one end larger th... ...ny bushes provide a more pleasing aspect. Crystal clear water The shore is generally sandy and easily accessible with the exception of the western end... ...t Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment To This page General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments wil...

129. Portrait of a fishing dog - I've had a dog for close to ten years now, and he has been with me on almost every single fishing trip I've been on since I got him. - Global FlyFisher

...cle is about him - and a little about fishing with the company of a dog in general. A Sheltie Divus is a Shetland Sheepdog, a medium... ...of a collie think Lassie , but just smaller, and it's a very general misconception that Shelties are just small collies. Not so. They are a race in th... ...ntages, we originally chose to get a Sheltie for those reasons: - They are generally bright dogs with a good intelligence. - They are easy to teach th...

130. The Great Lakes Irish Invaders - Being old does have certain benefits - Global FlyFisher

...Steelhead fishers. The fly construction generally follows a long held Irish tradition of construction, anywhere in size from #16 to #2/0, tied on treb... ...rimp patterns that have the JC at the middle hackles. The middle hackle is generally tied at the division poi... ...ng toward the tail or aft if you insist of the fly. The tail of the fly is generally made of GP feathers from Golden pheasant tied so the tail...

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