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61. 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 ...

62. 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...

63. Cutting and buying zonker strips - Here's a description of how to cut zonker strips yourself and some advice on getting the best store bought material. - Global FlyFisher

... Hareline and Wapsi, the even their quality varies. In spite of this I can generally recommend handpicked precut skins, but if you stumble over a whol... ...e applies as above: get the strips out of the bag and check them. They are generally more uniform than the skin st... ...ller holes are common, bu easy to avoid when cutting the strips. Flaws are generally not a big deal, since... ...t, fox and squirrel in many colors - including barred. The skin quality is generally exquisite and very consistent. Hareline - US company ...

64. Small Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 8: Scaled-down Gear - Global FlyFisher

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65. Small Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 8: Scaled-down Gear - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Small Fry: The Lure of the LittleSmall Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 8: Scaled-down Gear - Global FlyFisher First

66. Manually spooling a fly line is an easy task. The drill comes in handy for longer lengths of line, like a couple hundred yards of backing. (picture) - Spooling - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher

...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... ...s of backing. (picture) - Spooling - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling o... ...s of backing. (picture) - Spooling - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Global Fl... ...s of backing. (picture) - Spooling - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fl...

67. In front the spooler and behind it the reel rubber disc mounted on a drill. (picture) - The Smart Spooler set - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher

...orm below. Comment To This page General comment Your name Your email Submit my comment All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publicati... ... (picture) - The Smart Spooler set - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Global Fl... ... (picture) - The Smart Spooler set - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fly lines and backing. - Global FlyFisher The Glo... ... (picture) - The Smart Spooler set - A neat tool for rinsing, spooling and general handling of fl...

68. Cleaning tying material - Global FlyFisher

...he material clean Slows or avoids mildew from forming Oils will be removed generally by washing alone, but upon drying, may be blotted with a paper to... ... on the skin side generally of birds or bucktails . Fat is best removed by scraping with a dull table knife or spoon generally . Sometimes it's remove... ...s 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...

69. The nature of feather construction - Definitions - Global FlyFisher

...off the flattened sides of the shaft in parallel rows generally opposing one another; somewhat ovoid in cross-section; filled with a pithy material co... ...al flight, but extend out when flying slowly to prevent stalling. Bristles generally found on bird's ... ...ering and insulation in contour feathers. Vaned Feathers a collective term generally referring to a feather that has at least some interlocked barbs a... ...s Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment To This page General comment Your name Your ema...

70. 10 rules for catch and release - Catch, kill, release or not fish at all? A personal view on C&R. - Global FlyFisher

...talists seem to want us to believe. Sometimes I'm an avid C&R man. I could generally never get myself to kill a Danish brown trout from a local stream... ...erland a law has been passed, which completely disallows C&R. The law is a general animal protection law, but seems to mention fishing more... ...think it's a total misunderstanding to have such rules, and shows that the general perception of animal protection and conservation is completely aske... ...d ripped out its guts! Anglers generally treat fish as well as they can, try not to hurt them and handle them very carefully. If the fish is hurt it's...

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