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31. Kayak flyfishing - Global FlyFisher

...re and I have tried so few. The only things I will recommend is aiming for light weight and easy maintenance. Most modern kayaks are made from some ki... ...d lightweight , but also more vulnerable than any of the other materials. Folding kayaks are an option if you need to pack really compact, but not in ... ... the phone! Cameras, phones and the like does not take a dunk in the water light... ... just for a minute or two while you do something else with your hands. Ice boxes or other types of lidded or open boxes can be very practical. Most st...

32. Biking and Fly Fishing - Having a hard time finding new fishing locations is a common complaint. How about using your bike to go new places? Mike Hogue introduces you to the combination of biking and fishing. - Global FlyFisher

...often focuses on long hikes, ultra light equipment and space saving technology. Fly fishing too has issues of not being able to attract new, younger p... ...nt is choosing a bike that fits your budget, your needs and also fits you. Box stores offer lots of budget deals while independ... ...r selecting fishing clothes that are both light weight and comfortable. + + The bikes on the road Mike Hogue - Henning Eskol Another issue is hauling ... ...ntional back pack that is a fly fishing back pack. It holds my camera, fly boxes, waders and can hold rod tubes. I added a ...

33. 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

...e weight as far out your fly line as possible and making the trailing line lighter and easier for the belly to pull through the eyes. This should pote... ... Eskol What we want A shooting line should be one or all of the following: Light. One of the reasons for choosing a shooting head is to conc... ...entrate weight in the tip of your line setup. A lighter shooting line will help with that, and a head will also be able to pull a light line longer th... ...ng section tries to describe each basic type and shed some light on the characteristics of each type. Shooting lines Henning Eskol—Martin Joergensen T...

34. Martin's Mundane Shrimp - A really simple, three-material shrimp - Global FlyFisher

...re in my home waters they are a very important part of any fly fisherman's box. During... ...iend Ken tied a Mini Pig, which is much like the Pink Pig, but shorter and lighter. Much more to my liking! It might be that the original... ...I need a shrimp But I certainly do need a shrimp in my box, and for the sake of the Pink Pig fans I'm also going to tie one in Piggy pink. The ones th... ...be dull gray, grizzly, light tan and maybe white. I will tie the pink one for photos, but in the future they are going to be few and far between. The ...

35. Thin Blue Lines - Lithuania's 758 rivers, streams, and brooks cut like thin blue lines across the map offering a wealth of fishing opportunities. - Global FlyFisher

...e of strong acid-laden infusion of Russian vodka. The next morning, with a light head, I took the car journey to Vilnius, slowing and sometimes stoppi... ... the dim light so I tied on a size 6 white Muddler pattern as a strike indicator and took another go. I saw that take! I lifted the rod and felt the d... ...bly - coffee in the other. That’s one key advantage to Czech nymphing! His light grumbling broke the silence, “The water's freezing me winnits off” he... ...ly boxes Ripley Davenport After an hour or so with a few small grayling taken and the estimated loss of 300 metres of tippet and a bucket load of nymp...

36. Small Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 5: Presenting White lightning; The Tidal River Perch - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Small Fry: The Lure of the LittleSmall Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 5: Presenting White lightning; The Tidal River

37. Small Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 5: Presenting White lightning; The Tidal River Perch - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Small Fry: The Lure of the LittleSmall Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 5: Presenting White lightning; The Tidal River

38. Czech Nymphing - Straight from the source - Global FlyFisher

...d by various colour spots and the evolution went so far, that today in fly boxe... ...he fly system. Keeping contact with heavier flies is much easier than with lighter ones lighter flies, however, behave ... ...me class as the rod. Recently there is a trend for using lighter rods AFTMA 4, 3 or even 2 . It is important to use a rod as light as possible, becaus... ...ng a standard Czech nymph we need to have the following items in our tying box: tying thread Gammarus hook lead wire natura...

39. 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...

40. My very own flybox - My Coastal Saltwater Fly Box for Sea Trout - Global FlyFisher

...02 More about: Sea trout flies My very own flybox My Coastal Saltwater Fly Box for Sea Trout By Martin Joergensen This is my fly box. The very box tha... ...hen I go fishing on the Danish coast. It's a hand made Schweitzer mahogany box, if you're interested - the most stylish type of fly box I have ever ow... ... shown on this site, and you can find them by clicking on the flies in the box. Below you can read my comments ... ...on each of the fly patterns in the box. The flies This box contains the following patterns: Yellow Omoe Brush - a variation of the usual red Omoe Brus...

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