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51. Capercaillie Sculpin - Hook: Kamasan B840 or Partridge JS11 Thread: 8/0 UniThread, white Cone: Silver conehead in the appropriate size Tails: Partridge flank feather barbs Body: Austrailian Opossom, natural Body hackles: Partridge flank feather Front hackle: Capercaillie body feather One of my goto patterns for seatrout on the coasts and bays of Djursland, Denmark. Very easy fly to tie, that fishes well all year around. If you tie the fly to the tippet with a small rapala loop, the fly has an awesome motion in the water. Looks almost like a small sculpin. You can tie them in any size you'd like, but I prefer them large - large as in size 2 or larger. The best hooks for this kind of fly, in my opinion, are the hooks with a large hook gape. I find the TMC 811S and Mustad 34007 to have too small of a hook gape for this kind of pattern. I only used the capercaillie to make a fly that sticks out, and to the best of my knowledge, I don't think there's a saltwater pattern for seatrout that uses these feathers. You can use whatever front hackle you'd like or have available. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... have too small of a hook gape for this kind of pattern. I only used the capercaillie to make a fly that sticks out, and to the best of my knowledge, ... ...only used the capercaillie to make a fly that sticks out, and to the best of my knowledge, I don't think there's a saltwater pattern for seatr... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles sola... ...sonal use only. Do not distribute without prior written consent from each copyright holder. Comments and suggestions are welcome Capercaillie Sculpin ...

52. Olive Brassie Soft Hackle - Tying an Olive Brassie Soft Hackle with Jim Misiura. Tip: You can get copper wire in many different sizes and colors at your local craft store. It is often much cheaper. I picked up a 12 pack for only $7.50. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

.... I picked up a 12 pack for only $7.50. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher Home Home Pipeline Themes Hitlist Patterns Patterns Pattern sec... ...our local craft store. It is often much cheaper. I picked up a 12 pack for only $7.50. Originator: Jim Misiura Web site: http://www.AnOccasionalFish.c... ...nt this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optiona...

53. Bastard Crab - I call this fly the Bastard Crab because it is my bastardization of a great pattern I picked up from Greg Vincent, who runs H2O Bonefishing on Grand Bahama Island. Greg is a fantastic fly tyer, and ties some productive and great looking flies. I used one of his crab patterns on a trip there in June 2008, and came home and tied my version from memory, with a little bit of a pesonal twist - not as nice a fly as Greg's, but the bastardized version is also very effective. I've caught bonefish, redfish, and tripletail on this pattern so far. I've also seen this type of pattern showing up in numerous other spots, suggesting it is widely effective. This pattern is a variation of the famous Del Brown Merkin crab pattern. I use Puglisi fibers for the body instead of yarn. There is no hackle for claws, only marabou, and the numerous (6 legs for size 2, 5 for size 4) legs are tied in on the hook side of the shank to that they stand up from the fly rather than splay out. The fly does not have to be stripped, the legs and marabou provide plenty of action to a falling or resting fly. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...here is no hackle for claws, only marabou, and the numerous 6 legs for size 2, 5 for size 4 legs are tied in on the hook side of the shank to that the... ...lisi fibers for the body instead of yarn. There is no hackle for claws, only marabou, and the numerous 6 legs for size 2, 5 for size 4 legs are tied i... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language comments wi...

54. Furry Nymph - Excellent nymph realized only in hair - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Furry Nymph - Excellent nymph realized only in hair - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go for Onli... ... By date A-Z Originators Search About Furry Nymph Excellent nymph realized only in hair Originator: Giancarlo Donninelli Web site: http://www.p... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English la...

55. Dyberry Special - This is one of the first fly's I ever tied that worked. It worked in the Dyberry Creek in Wanye Co. Penna. I was fishing the fly only section. It worked so good I gave a few to the veteran fly fisherman. I was just 20 at the time and 50yr old guy's asked me for one of my pattern, how cool was that? Anyway Hope you can come up with a special fly yourself. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

.... It worked in the Dyberry Creek in Wanye Co. Penna. I was fishing the fly only section. It worked so good I gave a few ... .... It worked in the Dyberry Creek in Wanye Co. Penna. I was fishing the fly only section. It worked s... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language ...

56. Winter fishing - The season has not finished yet - with the flyrod in the snow-fields - Global FlyFisher

...he seasons. This repetitive cycle can also be observed in aquatic life but only a few of us are aware that one important element in this system always... ...months. The rivers, streams and burns are the same as well as the species. Only the packing changes. Possessing the necessary information on the area ... ...rs at the same time. Any line arc can be corrected by the same action. The only difference is that you do not feed any line just turn... ...contact. Even the slightest bite is registered by the line but the fingers only feel the aggressive yanks. In the last phase when the nymphs have drif...

57. Turks and Caicos Bonefishing - An afternoon fish hunt aboard the bone collector. Sam's 7lb bonefish was the highlight. With a lemon shark seen moments earlier, we decided to focus on a safe release rather then digging out the video camera below deck. We hope to begin tagging these bonefish, to help better understand how often a released fish discharging pheromones will become lunch once in deeper water on the low tide. Satellite tags on mature bonefish is the next step in learning about these prehistory ghosts of the flats. On these particular conditions we had a full moon high tide and wind working together. With these conditions we were able to push a few miles into this relatively shallow canal. A spot that you can only fish a couple times a year. Long story short the fish were hungry and far from wary. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...o push a few miles into this relatively shallow canal. A spot that you can only fish a couple times a year. Long story short the fish were ... ...o push a few miles into this relatively shallow canal. A spot that you can only... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en... ...s... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optional but recommended. The email will be shown in a disguised form in ...

58. Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they emerge. The Crackedback sulphur should be fished in the middle of the water column. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Crackback Sulphur Nymph - Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water as they emerge. The ... ...riginators Search About Crackback Sulphur Nymph Many times trout will take only the mayflies that are breaking out of their nymphal shucks under water... ...ill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my i... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optiona...

59. Hot Spot Cased Caddis - A great buggy looking point fly for river's that host 'mothers day caddis' hatches. Very effective at high water, due to it's tungsten bead/lead weight giving it a quick decent. Tying on a good jig hook allows the fly to ride point up, not only maintaining it's sharp hook point, but also reducing the ammount of snags you'll encounter phenomenally! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...k decent. Tying on a good jig hook allows the fly to ride point up, not only maintaining it's sharp hook point, but also reducing the ammount of snags... ...uick decent. Tying on a good jig hook allows the fly to ride point up, not only maintaining it's sharp hook point, but also reducing the ammount of sn... ...ge to a friend Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below. Comment Only comment... ..., please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optional but recommended. The em...

60. Pineapple Express Bead Head (w/hot spot) - In this video, I illustrate Aaron Jasper's Pineapple Express fly, a simple nymph that is highly effective in smaller sizes. The pattern is straightforward, but I also show a second fly with a variation in tail and hot spot color, plus detail how to finish the pattern with only the hot spot showing minus the thread (remember to apply head cement after using this technique!). Thanks for viewing, and feel free to share any comments/questions on this page or email: tcammisa@gmail.com - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...ion in tail and hot spot color, plus detail how to finish the pattern with only the hot spot showing minus the thread remember to apply head cement a... ...ion in tail and hot spot color, plus detail how to finish the pattern with only the hot spot showing minus the thread remember to apply head cement af... ...Fill out the form below. Comment Only comments in English are accepted! Comentarios en Ingles solamente, por favor! Your name Your email Anonymize my ... ...ML, images, ads or links , please - we do not publish such comments... And only English language comments will be published. Name and email is optiona...

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