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61. The Locofoam Story - A series of new materials with names as intriguing as Locofoam, Locoskin, and Siliskin give tying both terrestrials and other flies a whole new dimension. - Global FlyFisher
... First published October 25th 2002 More about: Fly tying materials Foam The Locofoam Story A series of new materials with names as intriguing as Locof... ... was all excited about a technique that Joe Blados was using to create the materia... ...th. Anyway, I stood there for awhile watched Blane messing around with the material and i... .... I hooked some samples of the overlay material from Blane, went home, and ran a few quick tests with the foil and foam. The technique was much faster...
62. Buying bucktail - What to look for when buying bucktail, a cheap and easily acessible and very useful fly tying material - Global FlyFisher
...en buying bucktail, a cheap and easily acessible and very useful fly tying material - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for O... ...ore GFF Books Comments GFF on Facebook Contact Keywords Keywords Fly Tying Materials Beginners Tie Better Touch More about: Fly Tying Materials | Begi... ...en buying bucktail, a cheap and easily acessible and very useful fly tying material By Martin Joergensen + + Bucktail selection Martin Joerg... ...ensen Bucktails are a very useful, inexpensive and easily accessible material, which is very useful for people tying larger flies like pike flies and ...
63. Tying nymphs in the Czech style - Get down with it! - Global FlyFisher
...tt using flies similar to what is tied here. As with any style, change the materials to suit your needs. Some authentic i.e. tied in the Czech Republi... ...sport such diverse materials as latex taken from surgical gloves, eel skin, and even sausage casings. Once again, we see where fly tyers are an invent... ... shellback material so that, once tied in, the material stradles the hook with equal portions of the material on each side. TYING TIP: Buy the wider m... ...ack over the shellback material deep into the bend of the hook. It helps to stretch the material as you go, again to keep the underbody as slim as pos...
64. Fly line anatomy - Global FlyFisher
...h manufacturer has their own ideas and designs. The selection of materials is highly determining for the many characteristics of the line, and is usua... ...here some producers make lines by coating a core with different amounts of material, others extrude their lines from thicker pieces of material. Let's... ...ing a denser material. Because the thick belly part is heavier per foot, it will sink faster than the lighter tip. This has urged some producers to ma... ...rom that it forms the strong part of the line, because most of the coating materials are soft and will easily break when pulled. C...
65. Fly line anatomy - Global FlyFisher
...er has their own ideas and designs. The selection of materials is highly determining for the many characteristics of the line, and is usually a well g... ...here some producers make lines by coating a core with different amounts of material, others extrude their lines from thicker pieces of material. Let's... ... material. Because the thick belly part is heavier per foot, it will sink faster than the lighter tip. This has urged some producers to make density c... ...rom that it forms the strong part of the line, because most of the coating materials are soft and will easily break when pulled. Core: this is...
66. 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
...t even say fat. The idea is that these flies will move water and have some materials that work well in the current or when the flies are just moving a... ...rtain to get something that looks OK. You can mix colors, select different materials and vary the extras l... ...d with materials. I also sometimes refer to these as rear tubes. Underwing s . The first wing sits right in front of the body. Separating hackle s . T... ...ng off the fly, pressing back materials and adding weight and/or bulk in front. + Two diameters Martin Joergensen Two diameters There's a general conf...
67. Dubbing blends - Making your own or improving store bought dubbing - Global FlyFisher
... First published before January 1st 2001 More about: Dubbing Fly tying materials Home made materials Dubbing blends Making your own or improving store... ...re is uniform. The process is pull some material and add to the pile, continue the pull and mix procedure until the desired result is reached. Using c... ...s or wire brushes to tear apart the fibres. Just stroke the materials with the carders until a suitable quantity has been gathered. Repeat for additio... ...ments. This is accomplished by stroking the carders horizontally until the material is blended to suit tastes. By using a coffee or spice grinder: cut...
68. Dyeing materials Index of articles - Global FlyFisher
...published before January 1st 2001 More about: Advanced Fly tying Fly tying materials Home made materials Dyeing materials Index of articles Dyeing Int... ...dye Collecting Overview This small section with advice on dyeing fly tying materials was made after a discussion took place on the European fly fishin... ...this list: Graham Ward, John Davies, Pat Orpen and myself. Intro to dyeing materials by Graham Ward Equipment and Materials for Dyeing by John Davies ... ...Pat Orpen Use of fabric dye by Martin Joergensen Collecting and preserving materials by Graham Ward Dyeing Intro Equipment Step-by-step Microwave Fabr...
69. Martin's Mundane Crane Fly - The crane fly or daddy longlegs is a simple insect with some very distinct characteristics, in particular the very long legs, which are a key ingredient in any crane fly pattern. This pattern uses two materials and is dead simple to tie. - Global FlyFisher
... fly pattern. This pattern uses two materials and is dead simple to tie. - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Online Fly F... ...which are a key ingredient in any crane fly pattern. This pattern uses two materials and is dead simple to tie. By Martin Joergensen It's been a while... ...e two-wings - like houseflies and mosquitoes. Legs, body and wings - three materials, just as prescribed in the mundane dogma. I have e... ...ven gone so far as to cut the materials list down to two materials apart from the hook and the tying thread. I use poly yarn for the body and wings an...
70. Peeete's Welded Wide Body Tunnel Hull Pheather'n'Phlash Tube Phly - The name is complex, but the fly is simple, showing how to build a large baitfish imitation with few and easily accessible materials - and Pete Gray's neat welding technique - Global FlyFisher
...ords Keywords Epoxy and LCR's Fly Tying Materials Saltwater Tube Flies Patterns Touch More about: Epoxy and LCR's | Fly Tying Materials | Saltwater | ... ...es using different techniques, but predominantly few and easily accessible materials. This fly is no d... ...n to glue the materials in place. Made on a tube, but apart from that very plain and utilizing only hackle feathers, a little flash and some eyes to f... ...ash Tube Phly Type Cold saltwater fly Originator Pete Gray Difficulty Easy Materials Tube Plastic, about one inch plus about half an inc...