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121. The Global Fly Fisher - Production Leader Tying Techniques
...formance. Getting within a tolerable range is acceptable. It's the overall proportion of butt to mid-taper to tippet that counts. Drastically modify... ...n, not to mention they can damage a perfectly good vacuum cleaner! Discard properly. Experiment! Tie two or three of a few formulas. Share with friend...
122. Fly Fishing Castalia Rainbow Trout - We were fortunate enough to have won a lottery-chance to fish the pristine water of the Cold Creek in Castalia, Ohio. The fish were big and plentiful. All fish were hooked on dry flies. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher
...'s article on fly fishing equipment care and maintenance. This time on the proper treatment and storage of fly lines. Tired of stiff, coiling line... ...he Road to Wingless Wets On a shelf in the shop was a little book that was propped open. It was Leisenring and Hidy's The Art of Tying The Wet-Fly and...
123. Gallery - The best fly fishing pictures - Global FlyFisher
...hoto article series continues with a section on selecting a proper background for your fly photos. It might seem a trivial task, but trust us: it is n... ...he Bunny Split ·The PropPopper for garfish More... Gallery - The best fly fishing pictures - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher Gallery - Th...
124. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Digital Picture Afterwork - Global FlyFisher
... Joergensen supported by Steve Schweitzer Handling you electronic pictures properly and using the right meth... ...nvert CMYK and palette pictures to RGB before going on. This will ensure a proper presentation on your screen, and an optimum result when using filter...
125. Reports from Blog Creek - We're chained to our computers, thinking about fly fishing. This blog is our outlet to keep our heads from exploding - Global FlyFisher
... it had been hanging in for a few years. And not only that, but one of the propellers broke! So now ... ...the fish is on my desk, and I'll have to scout around for a new propeller before my fish will whirl again. PS: I was originally going to name this blo...
126. Yellow Marabou Special - A Classic Pattern with a Tying Trick - Global FlyFisher
...about it. When tying in bucktail wings, I like to pre-clip the hair to the proper length. Be sure to clip the butts at and angle, which will help when... ... foundation for the next lear and also making sure the head is taking on a proper shape. A single layer of thread is a...
127. Favorite Streamer Swap - Winter 2009-2010 Streamer Swap - Global FlyFisher
...of interesting topics for swaps and streamer features, but at the moment I proposed this one, none of them jumped out at me. Lacking any ... ...h today's proportions. Grey Ghost Tied by Tom Adams, Charlotte, NC Hook: 8x streamer Thread: White 6/0 for body, Black 8/0 for head Tag: Flat silver t...
128. John Roberts (ed.) - The World's Best Trout Flies - Book review - Global FlyFisher
...inted from two or more sides in order to show the proportions and three dimensional shape, I find the paintings very two dimensional and flat'. All th... ...ional in any way. They add little to the book exept leaf-through-value'. A proper photog...
129. Fish Better - Become a better fly fisher - Global FlyFisher
...of being badly cut is very present. But there is a grip, which is safe. By properly lifting the fish in its jaw, both you... ...dot;Mini Streamers ·Boney Flies ·The Bunny Split ·The PropPopper for garfish More... Fish Better - Become a better fly fisher - G...
130. Martin's Mundane Crane Fly - The crane fly or daddy longlegs is a simple insect with some very distinct characteristics, in particular the very long legs, which are a key ingredient in any crane fly pattern. This pattern uses two materials and is dead simple to tie. - Global FlyFisher
...ont of the wings, whip finish, cut thread and varnish. Trim the wings to a proper length. If you want to be fancy, use a black or brown marker to colo... ...of being badly cut is very present. But there is a grip, which is safe. By properly lifting the fish in its jaw, both you and the pike stay u...