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21. Rotating vices - Global FlyFisher

...rotation Rotation and the bobbin holder Applying dubbing Adding other body materials Adding a hackle Adding a rib Adding varnish Trimming dee... .... One thing you have to consider when rotating the vice is that thread and material is eit... ...d in material or add extra, useless turns of thread. You are adviced always to add or remove the same number of turns as the number of revolutions you... ...ing the last material you tied in. If you want to rotate the fly 'towards yourself' - that is counterclockwise - you can remove the same number of tur...

22. The Tabou Caddis Emerger - Simplistic Buggyness Using Two Materials - Global FlyFisher

...atterns Tie Better The Tabou Caddis Emerger Simplistic Buggyness Using Two Materials By Steve Schw... ...ay to tie an emerging caddis with some under-used and relatively unknown materials in my flytying material collection. PAYING ATTENTION In 2002, I beg... ...t really new, maybe just not tied the way I tie it and maybe not using the materials I prefer...but the pattern itself, with all its' gangly legs and... ...rn works because it moves-moves-moves in the water; the added bonus is the materials are cheap and the fly is ultra-fast to tie. So you see, I haven't...

23. Tour de France tying - Why tying many identical flies can be a good thing - and can be better than tying many different flies - Global FlyFisher

...e. I have every tool and material within reach and both table, seat and light are set up for that one purpose. Butů I tend to get distracted when I ti... ...ns constantly being distracted by options: different color thread, another material, a smart tool or a new type of hook. I am often creative in my tyi... ...y from the desk has implications. You have nothing nearby! No tools and no materials. So you need to bring that. When I set up for my Tour de France t... ...ng: Decide on pattern Get vice and tools Get materials and hooks Get waste basket Tie! Selecting a pattern Choosing a pattern to tie is quite importan...

24. Tour de France tying - Why tying many identical flies can be a good thing - and can be better than tying many different flies - Global FlyFisher

...e. I have every tool and material within reach and both table, seat and light are set up for that one purpose. Butů I tend to get distracted when I ti... ...ns constantly being distracted by options: different color thread, another material, a smart tool or a new type of hook. I am often creative in my tyi... ...y from the desk has implications. You have nothing nearby! No tools and no materials. So you need to bring that. When I set up for my Tour de France t... ...ng: Decide on pattern Get vice and tools Get materials and hooks Get waste basket Tie! Selecting a pattern Choosing a pattern to tie is quite importan...

25. Tooth & Nail - A Pair of Pike Flies That Can Take a Beating - Global FlyFisher

...interest of durability, I have come to tie pike flies that use few natural materials su... ...because of its wonderful combination of realism and utility. By having the materials tied in so that the hook point rides up, it can be w... ... of over wrapping this flash with mono I over wrap it with Larva Lace body material. This artificial material comes in a wide variety of colors, and i... ...liable. The material must be stretched and wrapped onto the hook tightly; if not, it will remain bulbous and be susceptible to damage by pike teeth. B...

26. 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

...ut zonker strips yourself and some advice on getting the best store bought material. - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFish... ...ywords Keywords Do it yourself Fur Home made materials Zonkers Tie Better Touch More about: Do it yourself | Fur | Home made materials | Zonkers | Tie... ...ut zonker strips yourself and some advice on getting the best store bought material. By Martin Joergensen + Precut strips Martin Joergensen I... ...rips, but you also get less material for your money. They may be pretty curled and messy to look at, but don't worry. Once you have bought the strips,...

27. Fleye Foils - These new fish foils from Bob Popovics are really great for making baitfish imitations. - Global FlyFisher

...y tying materials Patterns Tie Better Touch More about: Fly tying materials | Patterns | Tie Better | Comment Fleye Foils Published Oct 8th 2012 These... ...hods and not least new materials - or at least new use of known materials. His book Pop Fleyes features a number of these patterns and techniques, but... ... glue to your fly. After having attached the two foils to the side of your materials you take a few wraps o... ...ver the tip of the foil, finish the thread and then cover the foil and materials with epoxy, light curing resin or another clear substance. The result...

28. Tooth & Nail - A Pair of Pike Flies That Can Take a Beating - Global FlyFisher

...interest of durability, I have come to tie pike flies that use few natural materials su... ...because of its wonderful combination of realism and utility. By having the materials tied in so that the hook point rides up, it can be w... ... of over wrapping this flash with mono I over wrap it with Larva Lace body material. This artificial material comes in a wide variety of colors, and i... ...liable. The material must be stretched and wrapped onto the hook tightly; if not, it will remain bulbous and be susceptible to damage by pike teeth. B...

29. Steelhead Slammer - I really love US-opossum as a wing material for my Steelhead flies. I just had to design a new fly for steelhead! Because the hairs are nice an long you can create a big fly... without it being difficult to cast on a light rod. Combining all the stuff I like in just one fly, I think this is a truly amazing design! Tie some of these for you next trip... swing them trough the pool and become a believer yourself! Thanks Sue @ foxy-tails for the great materials! Music by: Jay-B - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Steelhead Slammer - I really love US-opossum as a wing material for my Steelhead flies. I just had to design a new fly for steelhead! Because the hai... ...pool and become a believer yourself! Thanks Sue @ foxy-tails for the great materials! Music by: Jay-B - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher T... ...for the great materials! Music by: Jay-B Originator: Maarten Bruinenberg Submitter: Martin Joergensen Average: Select rating Poor Okay Good Great Awes... ...editative, other times humorous. December 6th 2012 Angel Body Shiny tubing materials are widely used as body material on str...

30. Coho Clouser - I tend to reach for pink (at least on some days) when thinking of Coho. This Saltwater Clouser was inspired by the wild idea of creating a herring fly that has pink in it. Sure that's ridiculous, but heck, why not have fun. The Steve Farrar's materials are durable and relatively easy to work with. White belly, pink mid body, and blue herring back: great combination anywhere silvers are cruising. This fly is spiced up with painted Chartreuse eyes and a healthy chunk of lateral flash. I fish this Clouser with cast and strip in the open-ocean and troll it just like traditional Bucktail style flies -- it is effective using both tactical approaches. A fly that is rising up towards the surface particularly intrigues salmon in the ocean. I cast this fly out as far as practical, let it sink, feed slack line at times (if wind or current are taking the Dory away from the fly), and then strip it back to the boat. Pay particular attention when drawing the fly to the surface close to the boat. The biggest surprises come when salmon take the fly on the drop, these grabs are difficult to detect but great fun. Jay Nicholas Buy materials at http://caddisflyshop.com/ Overall Length = 3.5" Thread: Danville's 210 D Shell Pink Hook: #1/0 Mustad 3407 Belly: Steve Farrar's Blend -- UV White Top: Mirror Image Hot Pink/Steve Farrar's Blend -- Herring Back Lateral Line: Lateral Flash Eyes: Hareline Painted Lead Eyes -- Large Chartreuse Cure Goo: Hydro - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...at's ridiculous, but heck, why not have fun. The Steve Farrar's materials are durable and relatively easy to work with. White belly, pink mid body, an... ... drop, these grabs are difficult to detect but great fun. Jay Nicholas Buy materials at http://caddisflyshop.com/ Overall Leng... ...es. It's the bible when it comes to dying fly tying materials, and is extremely thorough and useful - even for those that have no plans of dying, but ... ...it. Sure that's ridiculous, but heck, why not have fun. The Steve Farrar's materials are durable and relatively ...

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