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21. Fly line anatomy - Global FlyFisher

...als is highly determining for the many characteristics of the line, and is usually a well guarded secret The production methods also vary and... ... to float - or not to: its sinking rate if it is more dense than water. We usually talk about floating lines and different grades of sinking lines, ra... ... spooked fish like the tropical bonefish. Core and coating The fly line is usually constructed from two central elements: the core and the coating. Th... ...r line will have more memory and keep its shape - usually curled from the reel - over time. And the smoothness could prevent you from getting a proper...

22. 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... ...thinner I just change unless the knot is really loose. Thicker than that I usually untie. I leav... ...fly line. They are available in many lengths, tapers and densities and are usually attached t... ...s well as a monofilament tip, to which you attach your tippet. Polyleaders usually have very good turn-over cap...

23. Better fishing pictures: Nature - Better pictures - Global FlyFisher

...g and bring a camera, it's most often to take fishing pictures. We will usually try to capture the essence of the fishing by putting fish, anglers or ... ...r creatures, which many people can go through a lifetime without seeing. I usually use our local small whale – the porpoise – as an ex... ...ample. I usually see them monthly and I fish a few locations where it's rare not to see them. Most people I talk to are envious and have never these l... ...ooting good porpoise images require luck, skill and some good equipment. I usually divide pictures of nature into three categories: landscapes and wat...

24. Felt soles - Global FlyFisher

...ght in most tackle shops. If they do not stock them, they can usually get them quickly. Many manufacturers produce soles especially for their own boot... ...move spikes if applicable If you have studs or spikes in your boots, these usually need replacement too. Remove them fi... ...he studs. The studs are usually threaded into knobs on the base of the boot. Use felt soles with no holes and cut and sand the bases or 'sockets' for ... ... are usually sufficient. This will be the last layer prior to the final gluing step. Leave the soles to dry overnight. Soles and glue Martin Joergense...

25. Felt soles - Global FlyFisher

...ght in most tackle shops. If they do not stock them, they can usually get them quickly. Many manufacturers produce soles especially for their own boot... ...move spikes if applicable If you have studs or spikes in your boots, these usually need replacement too. Remove them fi... ...he studs. The studs are usually threaded into knobs on the base of the boot. Use felt soles with no holes and cut and sand the bases or 'sockets' for ... ... are usually sufficient. This will be the last layer prior to the final gluing step. Leave the soles to dry overnight. Soles and glue Martin Joergense...

26. 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 ...

27. 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 ...

28. 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...

29. Fly line anatomy - Global FlyFisher

...ilt line, usually equally thick over all its length and with a identical taper in each end WF or Weight Forward , which has a thick part and a thin pa... ...als is highly determining for the many characteristics of the line, and is usually a well guarded secret The production methods a... ... to float - or not to: its sinking rate if it is more dense than water. We usually talk about floating lines and different grades of sinking lines, ra... ... spooked fish like the tropical bonefish. Core and coating The fly line is usually constructed from two central elements: the core and the coa...

30. Fly Line Blues - I don't care much what line I fish as long as it works. - Global FlyFisher

...ht, which I bought a few years ago. It has been casting the lines, which I usually use for my Partridge split cane rod, but during my stay in Florida ... ...s or color combinations that I remember. Separating different densities is usually fairly easy too. I ... ... or black and the sink tips are usually two colored. I also own a few clear lines, some warm water lines and other specialty lines. I can recognize mo... ...ne with it's weight, density and taper. But usually I don't. I put the lines in bags, ordered by “theme” - two hand lines, coastal shooting heads, lig...

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