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11. Better fishing pictures: Shadows - Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and maybe even the most important part? - Global FlyFisher

...ng pictures: Shadows - Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to ... ...adows from a bright source like the sun are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about makin... ...ines, you get shadows. Harsh shadows from a bright source like the sun are usually not ver... ...n are usually not very welcome in our images, and we often jump through hoops to avoid them. But how about making the shadows a part of the image, and...

12. Bunker streamer - A pattern I saw on musicarenje.net's forum, made usually using polypropylene fibers but llama hair works as well. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Bunker streamer - A pattern I saw on musicarenje.net's forum, made usually using polypropylene fibers but llama hair works as well. - fly fishing vid... ...rch About Bunker streamer A pattern I saw on musicarenje.net's forum, made usually using polypropylene fibers but llama hair works as well. Originator... ...r streamer - A pattern I saw on musicarenje.net's forum, made usually using polypropylene fibers but llama hair works as well. - fly fishing video cha... ...rn I saw on musicarenje.net's forum, made usually using polypropylene fibers but llama hair works as well. - fly fishing video channel Bunker streamer...

13. Bones and GT's - Lured (pun intended) by the promise of uncrowded waves I spent a week on Christmas Island (Kiritimati) ... one of several in the small island chain of Republic of Kiribati. Instead of waves I found bonefishing meca, a fact apparently known by the well geared flyfishing 'tribe'. 'Tribe' is the communal word that I often use to describe the world of surfers, but it fits equally well in the sphere of fly fishing enthusiasts. Like surfers, they are a well traveled, animated bunch and are dead serious about their addiction. They often speak of their pursuits in a language foreign to those outside their tribe (bones = bonefish, gt = giant trevally) and spend hours at the end of the day meticulously re-enacting the triumphs of the day (usually over numerous cold beers). Like the height of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught seems to increase with each subsequent retelling of the story ... an infectious tribal practice I can totally identify with. Like surfers, fly fisherman travel well equipped with full quiver ... better to bring too much than not enough. Exterior wear is critical ... the buff to fly fishing is the equivalent to the leash to surfing - better bring several just in case! Christmas Island is a short 3 hour flight from Honolulu. Google Earth will help one appreciate the uniqueness of this coral atoll and massive interior lagoon. Its jaw dropping beauty (a serious compliment from one that resides on Kauai) will hypnotize visitors as they get the sunburn of their life. The Kiribati are a photogenic people, full of smiles and seem to be quite comfortable living only a melted ice cap away from sea level. They share their island paradise with fairy terns, boobies and sweetlips (I won't explain!) Although disappointed about the lack of waves, in retrospect I felt content having been exposed to a new a paradise and new tribe - more universally, new friends that share the common passion of adventure travel. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...urs at the end of the day meticulously re-enacting the triumphs of the day usually over numerous cold beers . Like the... ...urs at the end of the day meticulously re-enacting the triumphs of the day usually over numerous cold beers . Like the heigh... ...-enacting the triumphs of the day (usually over numerous cold beers). Like the height of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught seems to incr... ...culously re-enacting the triumphs of the day usually over numerous cold beers . Like the height of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught see...

14. Griffith Gnat - Here's a dry fly from holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no see-ums flies, you know when your out fishing and you see trout rising but no insects on the water. This is the fly you put on. For the stuff to tie this fly and others check out our website at http You can also like us on facebook and subscribe to our YouTube channel for all the latest updates. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no... ... This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no see-ums flies, you know w... ...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this i... ...rom holsingersflyshop.com, This is the very simple to tie Griffith Gnat, I usually tie this in a size 20-22 hook. This fly is made to imitate those no...

15. Red Worm - This fly is easy. Not all flies have to be advanced and difficult to tie. We were introduced to this pattern while fishing the Salzach river in Austria. In murky and fast waters trout and grayling need a notable fly. Chironomids are present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when allowed, fish a very heavy nymph on the dropper. We use this fly on barbel as well. A very effective pattern! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fl... ... present in most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fl... ... most of our waters, so it’s always a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when... ... a good all-round pattern. Usually we fish it with some split shots about 20-30cm’s away from the fly, or, when allowed, fish a very heavy nymph on ...

16. Zero Dark Steelie - Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: "Guilty" by Jahzzar (http://betterwithmusic.com) http://flyfishingfantasies.com/index_files/paidinfull.htm - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: Guilty by Jahzzar http:/... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads yo... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undist... ... Cutting your way in to a river with a machete under the cover of darkness usually leads you to undisturbed steelhead. Music: Zero Dark Steelie - Cutt...

17. 404 Error - Page not found - Global FlyFisher

...t the regs sometimes only permit retaining fish on a few days per week and usually require use of de-barbed hooks. For more fly tying tips and video s... ...at as a hopper or stonefly. I fish this thing about 10 months of the year, usually followed by a tungsten Glossy Back Baetis as ... ...ph that lives in most of our rivers. So, a must have in every nymph box. I usually tie a Czech-nymph style fly for this purpose. I wanted to tie somet... ...ur box and on your leader any time your fishing wet fly's. I also usually have one of these on a dropper on my nymph leader. The Hares Ear is a ge...

18. I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not recommended for rough water. (picture) - Close to the surface - Close to the surface - Global FlyFisher

... I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not r... ...urface I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is... ...usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. The angle isn't low enough before my finger gets wet. The method is not reco... ...surface - Close to the surface - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - I usually keep a finder stretched under the camera to avoid getting it wet. T...

19. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Digital Picture Afterwork - Global FlyFisher

...ng on it. Removing surplus will save file space and work time. Cropping is usually done with a special crop tool, but most programs support cropping t... ...in color. In extreme cases pictures with color errors can seem tinted, but usually they will just seem warm or cold. Good exa... ...rly grim hue. Sometimes such errors can result in interesting effects, but usually you want to remove a bit of the tint, and give people their natural... ...an be used for some quick adjustments of the most obvious errors, but will usually bring y...

20. Rotating vices - Global FlyFisher

...otation for applying dubbing on the fly. I only rarely use the method as I usually rely on twisting the dubbing for a looser or tighter body, but it c... ...evenly twisted along the hook shank. When applying dubbing the thread will usually be the 'carrier' and will not need to be out of the way. Just twist... ...g the vice counterclockwise. When you are satisfied you just tie on as you usually would. If you use a dubbing loop and a ... ...led when wound in the normal 'overhand manner'. Tie in the material as you usually do and wind the thread to where the material will be tied down. If ...

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