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41. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Photographing Flies - Global FlyFisher

...amera is the best. You can choose a longer lens like a 100-millimeter, but generally you will not need the telepho... ...raphy. Modern digital compacts are generally better equipped in that respect. Alternatives The extension rings can be an inexpensive way to convert a ... ...e first big choice is between slides and negatives with prints. Slides are generally considered bette... ...rating your Digital Camera or Scanner It will generally give better results than a flash unless you are very familiar with you flash system, preferabl...

42. Blue is generally an acceptable color for backgrounds for fly pictures - even in the form of a neck as here. But the blue details - as on this particular fly - will have a tendency to blend in with the background. (picture) - Blue is good - Blue is good - Global FlyFisher

...Links Gallery Fly pics Classics From Feathers to Bits Blue is good Blue is generally an acceptable c... ...5 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 will be... ...ue is generally an acceptable color for backgrounds for fly pictures - even in the form of a neck as here. But the blue details - as on this particula... ...good - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher From Feathers to Bits Blue is generally an acceptable color for backgrounds for fly pictures - even in th...

43. Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher

...t: Fly lines Saltwater Smart Spooler A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. By Martin Joergensen GFF-rating:... ... General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication. No HTML, images or links , ... ...ation, use this form Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - ... ...Fisher Smart Spooler Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Global Fl...

44. Shooting lines - This article tries to cover the different types of shooting or running lines available on the market and talk about their good and bad sides. - Global FlyFisher

...oting head setup will give you the advantage of much fewer blind casts and generally much less energy spent to reach the same distance.... ...et with shooting heads, but these are casting heads, not fishing heads. In general they are very long and very heavy and for real distance they are mo... ...much water as possible to search a river for fish. Shooting heads are also generally well suited for different types of two hand casting. What these a... ...comes to shooting lines, but will generally handle very well and float like a cork. The disadvantages are mainly friction and weight, which will both ...

45. Fly Reel Blues - I have always wondered about fly reels. On one hand many anglers describe them as simple line containers. On the other hand most fly reels cost an arm and a leg. - Global FlyFisher

...for 120 or 130 US$? It simply doesn't happen. Rods in that price range are generally badly finished, no-name, Chinese jobs. A few brand name ... ...e least expensive fly reels are generally wobbly composite read: plastic reels, and most seasoned fly anglers won't even glance in their direction. Go... ... is if not hand made from start to finish then at least not automated, and generally is way better than anything Shimano or Z... ... general are not. Breaking down Martin Joergensen Breaking down As I mentioned in my article about breaking the LAW, I stick to reels, which run flawl...

46. Your Portable Fly Tying Kit - Global FlyFisher

...t doesnít hurt to carry more than one. Take two, theyíre small. Scissors . Generally, I suggest affording the best pair one c... ...ed. Even the above list may be over-doing it slightly! TYING THREAD COLORS Generally, spools of si... ...s per day. It isnít much, so donít get greedy on your material quantities. Generally, cutting your fur patches in half, leaving one at home and one in... ...d craft material. Take just a small portion of each material for your kit. Generally, most m...

47. Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher

...t: Fly lines Saltwater Smart Spooler A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. By Martin Joergensen GFF-rating:... ...ation, use this form Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Glob... ...Fisher Smart Spooler Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Global Fl... ... Smart Spooler - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher Smart Spoole...

48. RK's Wired Pupa - This is one of my go-to midges all year long. I use techniques of two of my favorite flies, the "rojo midge" and the "poison tungsten". This midge pupa/ emerger pattern is tied on an AFF N201 (down-eye, 3x --long, humped-shank nymph hook). Again, Allen Fly Fishing continues to create excellent hooks at an excellent price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. I will generally tie size 16 through 18 when fishing lakes and size 20 through 22 for rivers. The size of the Ultra Wire I use depends on what size hook I am tying. Brassie Ultra Wire / Size 14 or 16 Small Ultra Wire / Size 18 or 20 X-Small Ultra Wire / Size 22 through 26 - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... at an excellent price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com . I will generally tie size 16 through 18 when fishing lakes and size 20 through 22 ... ...s at an excellent price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. I will generally tie size 16 through 18 when fishing lakes and size 20 through 22 ... ...s at an excellent price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. I will generally tie size 16 through 18 when fishing lakes and ... ...s at an excellent price. Check them out at www.allenflyfishing.com. I will generally tie size 16 through ...

49. The action in the surface would generally increase when the sun was setting. (picture) - Asger in the sunset - Asger in the sunset - Global FlyFisher

... GFF podcast Asger in the sunset The action in the surface would generally increase when the sun was setting. Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen 20... ...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 will be... ...he surface would generally increase when the sun was setting. (picture) - Asger in the sunset - Asger in the sunset - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyF... ... generally increase when the sun was setting. (picture) - Asger in the sunset - Asger in the sunset - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher GFF podcas...

50. Rubber Legged Beetle - This particular beetle pattern is very easy to tie and fishes extremely well. This fly will stay upright 100% of the time, if tied correctly. The key is to cut the foam shellback a bit wider than the gap of the hook. The AFF D101 hook used here is a little heavier than a typical 1X fine dry fly hook but helps extremely well with keeping the fly upright. The chartreuse foam hot spot helps you keep an eye on your fly and the rubber legs help gives the fly a "bit of life" when on the water. I have the most success with this fly in mid to late summer and fall. I generally search for crushing trout near the banks and cast the fly just in front of there path. Give it a little twitch and FISH ON! To view RK's Fly Design complete fly collection Visit www.facebook.com/RKsFlyDesign - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...s fly in mid to late summer and fall. I generally search for crushing trout near the banks and cast the fly just in front of there path. Give it a lit... ...ate summer and fall. I generally search for crushing trout near the banks and cast the fly just in front of there path. Give it a little twitch and FI... ...r. I have the most success with this fly in mid to late summer and fall. I generally search for crushing trout ne... ...r. I have the most success with this fly in mid to late summer and fall. I generally search for crushing trout near the banks and cast the fly just in...

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