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41. Fly Tying Thread Table - Manufacturers, materials, diameters, breaking strengths and much more for a large number of fly-tying threads - Global FlyFisher

... Fly Tying Thread Table - Manufacturers, materials, diameters, breaking strengths and much more for a large number of fly-tying threads - Global FlyFi... ... | Comment 1 Fly Tying Thread Table Published Jun 13th 2014 Manufacturers, materials, diameters, breaking strengths and much more for a large number o... ...l properties of their threads - like thickness, Denier, breaking strength, material or production method. Some are very secretive and s... ...ead table Click the headers to sort. 91 tying threads listed Brand Product Materia...

42. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

...uito - albeit a very large one in the original version. It consists of two materials and is... ...g Magic Marker Many of the old Scottish Spey and Dee type flies called for materials that are now illegal under numerous state, federal, and internati... ...sic' Danish fly. Actually only uses one significant material: a piece of mylar tubing. Body can be covered with yarn or floss to add color. A really g... ...rns which have all been juiced up a bit - many with some modern materials, but all with cone heads. By Bas Verschoor Coney Snowbugger This streamer fl...

43. Mardi Gras Minnow - MGM - MGM = Mardi Gras Minnow, so named because of the material used for the eyes. I started tying this fly as an imitation of Casey Smartt's Meaty Minnow(R) As you can see, my results didn't come out anywhere near as elegant as Casey. But for some reason the fish seemed to like my disaster well enough. A trip to the Devil's River showed us that the action of the materials was enough to get strikes. Here is the recipe: Gama stinger hook, size 2 (or Mustad 34007, size 2) Size "A" rod wrapping thread, color to match craft fur Round Mardi Gras beads, red, green, blue, or black Clear finger nail polish (CA glue will work in a snap, but not prefered) White, or other light color craft fur Krystal flash or equiv Metalic sharpie(R), gold or silver - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...Mardi Gras Minnow - MGM - MGM = Mardi Gras Minnow, so named because of the material used for the eyes. I started tying this fly as an imitation of Cas... ... well enough. A trip to the Devil's River showed us that the action of the materia... ...t Mardi Gras Minnow - MGM MGM = Mardi Gras Minnow, so named because of the material used for the eyes. I started tying this fly as an imitation of Cas... ... that the action of the materials was enough to get strikes. Here is the recipe: Gama stinger hook, size 2 or Mustad 34007, size 2 Size A rod wrapping...

44. Tube fly for pike - A simple tube fly for pike (I suppose should work for muskie, too), easy to cast with 9wt rod. For the tail I improvised some blending from super hair fiber (found on ebay) and pseudo marabou, but a large variety of materials should do a good job for that. Materials list: - 4mm hard tube - Super hair fiber (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/14-X-FLY-TYING-SYNTHETIC-MATERIAL-CRINKLE-SUPER-HAIR-FIBRE-HANKS-FOR-BASS-PIKE-/181570111491) - pseudo marabou - flashabou - saddle feathers - baitfish emulator flash - craft fur - ostrich herl - fish mask - epoxy eyes - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...pseudo marabou, but a large variety of materials should do a good job for that. Materials list: - 4mm hard tube - Super hair fiber http://www.ebay.co.... ...uito - albeit a very large one in the original version. It consists of two materials and is very easy to tie. Martin Joergensen shows you... ...fly patterns, history and tying methods. Huge and with enormous amounts of material. Read the review here A simp... ...ety of materials should do a good job for that. Materials list: - 4mm hard tube - Super hair fiber http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/14-X-FLY-TYING-SYNTHETIC-...

45. Patterns - All the great fly patterns - Global FlyFisher

... And it can tempt a bass too... How simple can it get? Tying instructions? Materials list?! ... ...- nothing like other flies - sparse and skinny, tied on a treble, only two materials. But it works says GFF partner Martin Joergensen, who is almost e... ... Bate's wonderful book Streamer Fly Tying and Fishing . The combination of materials, the overall shape and color of t... ...uito - albeit a very large one in the original version. It consists of two materials and is very easy to tie. Czech nymphs Does anyone remember the ea...

46. Jock Scott - Some might consider it a bit mad or even crazy, but when Niels Have ties full dressed, classic Jock Scotts, he ties them by the dozen... and then he fishes with them! - Global FlyFisher

...likely that its success comes from its popularity rather than its specific material selectio... ... pattern a bit compared to this, not least because several of the original materials come from prot... ...blue/yellow macaw Head: black tying thread + + Jock Scott Henning Eskol 30 materials When the foundation for this article was c... ...ced a whole box full of Jock Scotts. We talked through the process and the materials, and Niels started counting. We wound up at about 30...

47. Tie Better - Learn to tie better flies - Global FlyFisher

... & Construction interesting. How simple can it get? Tying instructions? Materials list?! You must be kidding me! The list is close to being an insult ... ...weitzer. The Locofoam Story Harrison Steeve's story about a brand new foam material for terrestrials and many other flies. You ... ...st only have the tools and materials necessary to tie the flies you may use on a single trip or a single river. However, like most of us, a travelling... ...fly tying. Flash tail This simple method is also applicable for many other materials and situations. One that immediately comes to mind is the precise...

48. Showcasing Peacock Dubbing - For starters, let it be known that not all peacock dubbing is created equal! In this fly tying tutorial, I showcase various peacock dubbings, including the pros & cons of each. After each material is used, I also let you see how it looks when wet, which is a critical part of selecting the material for dubbing. Finally, I also tie with both natural and dyed peacock (to further confuse you!). Thanks for viewing this fly tying tutorial; feel free to leave questions/comments on this YouTube page, or email me: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ns of each. After each material is used, I also let you see how it looks when wet, which is a critical part of selecting the material for dubbing. Fin... ...ginator's Chocolate Lab. Ken Bonde Larsen's dog has unwillingly become the material manufacturer for this great se... ...se various peacock dubbings, including the pros & cons of each. After each material is used, I also let you see how it looks when wet, which is a crit... ...rt of selecting the material for dubbing. Finally, I also tie with both natural and dyed peacock to further confuse you! . Thanks for viewing this fly...

49. Tie Better - Learn to tie better flies - Global FlyFisher

... In the most simplistic terms, a flytying kit must only have the tools and materials necessary to tie the flies... ...odies, but will often form other parts of the fly as well. Using different materials and tigh... ...g Magic Marker Many of the old Scottish Spey and Dee type flies called for materials that are now illegal under numerous state, federal, and internati... ...materials are available, but so expensive that they're not practical to use on fishing flies. Bobs Garage There is a story behind The Garage . Not too...

50. Walt's Worm Fly (beadhead & hot spot ) - During this tutorial, we discuss the notion of hot spots on flies, and possible materials to use. Next, the Walt's Worm, created by Walt Young, is tied, while referencing other materials used, including tungsten beads from Rip Lips Fishing: www.riplipsfishing.com This pattern has also been tied online by Eric Stroup, shown at: www.riseformstudio.tv Feel free to leave any comments or questions here, or email: tcammisa@gmail.com Thanks for viewing! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...g this tutorial, we discuss the notion of hot spots on flies, and possible materials to use. Next, the Walt's Worm, created by Walt Young, is tie... ...d, while referencing other materials used, including tungsten beads from Rip Lips Fishing: www.riplipsfishing.com This pattern has also been tied onli... ...n flies, and possible materials to use. Next, the Walt's Worm, created by Walt Young, is tied, while referencing other materials used, including t... ...ie, provided you can get a hold of the special yarn used. Martin found the material for this fly in his wife's knitting scr...

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