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71. The Action Emerging Caddis - A fly modeled on a live one that had emerged in an aquarium - Global FlyFisher

...ailed. This was the first action I had had all day. I quickly dove into my box and discovered that I did not have another orange version, only the ... ...of fly Tail A few strands of marabou, each colour, mixed and lightly twisted together, chartreuse, white and pale blue for the orange version, chartre... ...dium, dark or light brown speckled hen cut to shape and coated with fleximent or clear nail polish Legs and antennae Bronze mallard strands kinked wit... ... to about equal or slightly longer then the actual hook length, it is then lightly twisted and folded back on itself, and then tied in at the bend. Ne...

72. The Black Funnel - A funnel-slash-Deveaux-slash-Joergensen pattern - Global FlyFisher

...ing my box, and started cranking out the contraption seen on this page. With no pattern description or no name, I just put them in the box, and left t... ...want to see bad then! But it stirred my urge to fish dries, and in my box I found the funnel contraption. A bit large, maybe, but certainly much like ... ...n useful pattern like this will have seen the light of day before. It just shows that inventing something new in fly tying is VERY difficult. Another ... ...l light hooks even with the bare minimum of materials dressing will float in the film horizontally. Just the slightest smear of natural grease from yo...

73. The road to Lake Oostvoorne - A blue ribbon steelhead fishery... in the Netherlands! Glittering, strong and abundant - that's the steelhead of the Dutch Lake Oostvoorne - Global FlyFisher

...morning dawned sunny with a light breeze, ideal I thought, as I drove down to the Northern shore of the Meer, turned left at the diving club, headed u... ... inch range, silver bright, fit and acrobatic and led a merry dance on the light leader. I can only assume they were the result of the December stocki... ... I changed back to the intermediate in record time and was into Johann fly box like a ferret! His boxes revealed some interesting patterns tied specif... ... I'm grateful for every word of advice and every pattern I stole from your boxes. I only hope I can return some of that hospitality to...

74. The road to Lake Oostvoorne - A blue ribbon steelhead fishery... in the Netherlands! Glittering, strong and abundant - that's the steelhead of the Dutch Lake Oostvoorne - Global FlyFisher

...morning dawned sunny with a light breeze, ideal I thought, as I drove down to the Northern shore of the Meer, turned left at the diving club, headed u... ... inch range, silver bright, fit and acrobatic and led a merry dance on the light leader. I can only assume they were the result of the December stocki... ... I changed back to the intermediate in record time and was into Johann fly box like a ferret! His boxes revealed some interesting patterns tied specif... ... I'm grateful for every word of advice and every pattern I stole from your boxes. I only hope I can return some of that hospitality to...

75. Small Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 3: Presenting Rob-fin redbreast; The Stream Sunfish - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Small Fry: The Lure of the LittleSmall Fry: The Lure of the Little - Chapter 3: Presenting Rob-fin redbreast; The Stream Sunfish

76. The Black Funnel - A funnel-slash-Deveaux-slash-Joergensen pattern - Global FlyFisher

...ing my box, and started cranking out the contraption seen on this page. With no pattern description or no name, I just put them in the box, and left t... ...want to see bad then! But it stirred my urge to fish dries, and in my box I found the funnel contraption. A bit large, maybe, but certainly much like ... ...n useful pattern like this will have seen the light of day before. It just shows that inventing something new in fly tying is VERY difficult. Another ... ...l light hooks even with the bare minimum of materials dressing will float in the film horizontally. Just the slightest smear of natural grease from yo...

77. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...the neatly designed and sturdy tool has several other purposes. A.K.'s Fly Box A.K. should be fairly well known. The term 'production fly tyer' is ver... ...ut this kind of tying. In this book he reveals the contents of his own fly boxes. They contain a lot ... ...and very different rods from ECHO, Harvest, Partridge and Scierra. All are light stream rods, but they still display large differences when fished sid... ...Salmon Flies by Paul Marriner should not be viewed as simply a book. Monic Light Green Cold weather lines are slowly becomi...

78. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

... inspire us. Spey & Dee GFF partner Martin Joergensen writes: ...the often lightly dressed Dee and Spey flies with their long and swung back hackles a... ...and very different rods from ECHO, Harvest, Partridge and Scierra. All are light stream rods, but they still display large di... ...aar test fished it in his favorite pike waters and was very pleased. Monic Light Green Cold weather lines are slowly becoming as common as the special... ... the large diameter spool. A.K.'s Fly Box A.K. should be fairly well known. The term 'production fly tyer' is very suitable for him. He counts his fli...

79. Jan's Emerger - A buzzer floater for windy waters - Global FlyFisher

The Global FlyFisher Jan's EmergerJan's Emerger - A buzzer floater for windy waters - Global FlyFisher First published May 30th 2008 - A couple of

80. Danish tube fly inspiration - Here are some general tips on composing a Danish or Scandinavian style salmon tube fly - and a bunch of flies to inspire. - Global FlyFisher

...oved a lot closer to the best Danish salmon rivers, and in spite of having boxes and boxes full of meticulously tied sa... ...m swing or when they are stripped or jerked back actively. + Boxes full Martin Joergensen + Components Martin Joergensen Parts of a fly The flies are ... ...teps once you have the general concept. They are very hassle free to fish, light enough to cast but heavy enough to get down. The flies are no match f...

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