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141. Chasing Gold - Stillwater fishing for Golden Dorado - Global FlyFisher
...kilo or 10 lbs. bite tippet. Jerk which you are, how you dare to fish such light tackle!? Bea... ...is an surprisingly light solution: it even floats tied on a 5/0 hook attached to 10 kg bite tippet! It just needs a strip on the line to get it down w... ... weight tackle big fish stalker” when it comes to use my smaller flies and lighter #4 or # 5 weight rods. And therefore i usually prefer homemade knot... ...It makes your fly box look great and keeps you away from the TV. Fly patterns Section: The best fly patterns from all over the globe A few random arti...
142. Muddler mania Tying a muddler - Global FlyFisher
...dense and have little underfur. The single natural hair should be dull and light at the base, slightly waved at the root, and have a s... ...ht by the stacker Measuring hair length Remove stray hairs Tap the stacker lightly against a hard surface using the right hand. Til... ...he final shape of the head. The first four cuts should just form a conical box and will leave a lot of hairs both in the front and back of the head. T... ...d as 1 on the drawing bwlow Start by cutting the underside of the head Cut lightly from the front of the fly avoiding the collar. This should be fairl...
143. Duck's extended body - Going Au Naturel to catch wise trout with extended bodies and a special natural hackle style - Global FlyFisher
...ger Duckworth 2. Rotate the needle while coating it with silicone. Place a light coat of silicone on the needle starting from the mandrel tip to just ... ...or. 6. Coat the body lightly with silicon or with water based head cement if desired, and rotate the mandrel to do final shaping and smoothing with yo... ...blue light while holding the wing in position - nails it! 5. Take 2 to 4 turns of hackle placing the hackle forward between the thorax and hook and ba... ...rch 17th 2013 WOW! This is thinking outside the box---I can't wait to give this a try VERY COOL Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Co...
144. Rudi?s little gems - Fly-fishing in Bavaria - Global FlyFisher
The Global FlyFisher Rudi?s little gemsRudi?s little gems - Fly-fishing in Bavaria - Global FlyFisher First published March 18th 2008 More about:
145. South Patagonia on a Budget - The Rivers - Rivers, browns and sea trout - Global FlyFisher
... Despite the fact that we arrived with lost luggage GPS and most of my fly boxes in it! we were lucky meeting Andrius – a Lithuanian living in Buenos ... ...a sound of engines and through the tent we could clearly hear and see that lights coming ... ...t scenario. Two Toyotas stopped some 15 meters or 45' from tent with their lights directly into our faces. I quickly jumped out of the range of the li...
146. (picture) - Portrait of an asp - Portrait of an asp - Global FlyFisher
...entertainment Better fishing pictures: Glorious light Another round of good advice for getting better fishing pictures. This time about the few moment... ...rticle tells you how to get the most from these often few minutes of great light. May 24th 2006 First Podcast Fish It finally happened. GFF ... ...never used it and for years a yellow and orange fly was missing in his fly box...
147. DIY Epoxy Rotor - Build your own epoxy-drying rotor out of some scraps and a disco mirror ball motor - Global FlyFisher
...ror balls hanging under the ceiling, casting their magic, moving spots of light on the walls? Well, that's where we're aiming. Not the disco, that is,... ...re a DJ back then, you might even have one lying around... You just need a light one, for the smallest possib... ...ater flies, you need thicker and sturdier foam. My basement is full of old boxes from computers and electronics, and some of these are stuffed with fo... ...t of all because it's a light tube fly, second because it's very durable. They saw in it not only the cod fly that I had made, but also a pike fly, a ...
148. Tube Fly Styles and Patterns - There are as many tube patterns out there as you can name in a lifetime, and there are so many different styles of tying. But this article still tries to bunch them into some common groups. - Global FlyFisher
...f cold spate rivers. Poppers and foam flies Tubes are perfectly suited for light and floating flies, and many popper style flies for bass and saltwate... ...ven larger, and you have different options of tube materials – plastic for light flies like deer hair poppers or Dahlberg-style divers, brass for deep... ... the fly or the junction tube. Generally it's a good idea to keep the hook light and not too large. Even large flies can be equipped with small hooks ... ... Hook boxes Martin Joergensen Hook color is another variable that you can fool around with. Most traditional tube hooks are japonized black, but today...
149. Our first mullet(s) - But hopefully not our last - Global FlyFisher
... First tied to the end of the tippet. Later they just casted everything, boxes, rods, backpacks etc. on the ground in frustration... Mullet Mugil chel... ...r Mühlbach Mullet Shrimp, white Materials Hook Kamasan B170, #10-12 Thread Light grey, 8/0 Tail Ultra hair, clear, 2-4 strands Body Wool from a badger... ...ith light olive hares ear. Eyes Melted nylon Green Revenger Kasper Mühlbach The Green Revenger Materials Hook Kamasan B170, #8-12 Thread Bright Green,...
150. Hyper-Compleat Principles of Leader Design - The most comprehensive tool for calculating classical and contemporary leaders - and designing your own formulas for knotted leaders - Global FlyFisher
...ing energy is carried forward. More casting speed is required for long and light leaders Slow casters should use short tapers, fast caster... ... too light. Not stiff enough, or middle taper too stiff or thick. Leader slaps the fly on the water = slow your cast down or use a more supple leader ... ...he tippet section? = Tippet is too supple or light for the fly selection. Leader breaks at a knot? = check your knot tying skills! Do fish come to you... ...back and problem reports to: type in your email client what you see in the box below Due to volume of em...