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11. 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...

12. 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 ...

13. Coho Salmon Bucktail Trolling Fly - Trolling Bucktail style flies for Coho Salmon is an art that has come out of practice here off the Oregon coast since both wild and hatchery silver salmon runs tanked in the 1990s. Improved regulation of ocean fisheries and better survival conditions have resulted in some fairly robust runs of wild Silvers in most Oregon coastal rivers. Although the reasons for the improved runs and the health of the individual populations remain subject to debate, anglers in the ocean offshore Oregon now often find that regulations permit fishing for hatchery and/or wild Coho, albeit 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 videos, check out www.OregonFlyFishingBlog.com and to buy materials, visit www.CaddisFlyShop.com. - fly fishing video channel - 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 videos,... ... on a few days per week and usually require use of de-barbed hooks. For more fly tying tips and videos, check out www.OregonFlyFishingBlog.com and to ... ... retaining fish on a few days per week and usually require use of de-barbed hooks. For more fly tying tips and videos, check out www.OregonFlyFishingB... ...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 ...

14. Black Egg Sucking Leech - This is one of my confidence flies for fishing rainbows. It is extremely versatile and can be fished in a variety of ways. I use this fly at ice off fishing still waters under and indicator. When water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic (no movement) presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm up, it works good on a slow erratic retrieve. In rivers, you can run it dead drift on a nymph rig or swing it. This fly fishes good all season long and across a variety of species. I have hooked walleye, bass, rainbows, steelhead, browns, and tiger trout on this fly. I find it is most productive when there are natural eggs in the water. Add in a black saddle hackle palmered up the body for faster retrieves of for swinging. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ...ater temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic (no movement) presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps warm u... ... water temps are cold, fish prefer a catatonic no movement presentation. I usually run a chironomid under it, or a damsel nymph. As water temps war...

15. 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...

16. 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...

17. 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

...ndustrial for my daily use. I don't need quite as elaborate a setup, since usually only cut a few strips at a time, and often from smaller pat... ...t 2-3-4 strips I usually have enough for the batch of flies I'm about to tie, but I could of course keep on going until the skin was almost completely... ...ement and squirrel isn't quite as common. I usually try to buy whole skins. Mink can be pretty expensive, but go for the lower grades, and you will be... ...and go there now and then to go through their scrap bins, which usually contain some pretty good pieces at very reasonable prices. I buy furs as menti...

18. From Feathers to Bits - GFF's Guide to Photographing Flies - Global FlyFisher

... subject and closer focus range. The rings are fairly inexpensive, and can usually transfer all functions including auto focus... ... for the family shots is seldom suitable for fly photos. The common models usually lact proper macro facilities and manual con... ... fly pictures. But even those camera models that have a macro function are usually not good enough to compete with a fair macro lens on a 35mm camera.... ... holding a trophy trout he will usually be sharp. The background will usually also be sharp. Any branches or rocks in the front will also be sharp. Al...

19. A very versatile material - Golden Pheasant must be one of the most versatile fly-tying materials you can get your hands on. The wealth of different feathers on one skin is simply overwhelming. And the skin is inexpensive too. What's not to like? - Global FlyFisher

...u start tying flies, almost no matter what kind, a golden pheasant skin is usually one of the first materials you should buy. It's often included in s... ...est and the tail, and in some cases even the wings. The crest and tail are usually sold separately. ... ...in Joergensen Orange, black banded - on the back of the neck The tippet is usually a warm yellow or orange with very well defined matte black bands on... ...he pattern usually uses ringneck pheasant, but it will be hard to tell the difference if it's tied with GP. Pheasant tail fibers are also widely used ...

20. Leaders&Tippets Q&A - Global FlyFisher

... the word tippet is - as Stan indicates - the tip of your leader, which is usually also the thinnest part of it. But some leaders do have a very thick... ...thinner I just change unless the knot is really loose. Thicker than that I usually untie. I leave knots on the thicker part of the leader if they are ... ...fly line. They are available in many lengths, tapers and densities and are usually attached to the fly line with a loop-to-loop connection. In the ter... ...s well as a monofilament tip, to which you attach your tippet. Polyleaders usually have very good turn-over capabilities, but I personally consider th...

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