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31. 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...
32. 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...
33. 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...
34. 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...
35. Reports from Blog Creek - We're chained to our computers, thinking about fly fishing. This blog is our outlet to keep our heads from exploding - Global FlyFisher
...We're having the worst summer in many years Usually I connect summer with my beloved night fishing for sea trout. Warm, calm evenings with the typical... ...e over the water all night. High pressures over the Eastern part of Europe usually settle in such a manner that the usual cold fronts that sweep in fr... ...Angler have to shun the rain and wind, and the semi-commercial fishers who usually set a lot of gill nets are kept at home too. the fish have perfect ... ...ere. And I am usually not the one that lets a little wind keep me from fly fishing. My usual spot are a wasteland of piled up sea weed, 3 foot waves a...
36. Reports from Blog Creek - We're chained to our computers, thinking about fly fishing. This blog is our outlet to keep our heads from exploding - Global FlyFisher
...4, 1:18AM by Martin Joergensen We're having the worst summer in many years Usually I connect s... ...High pressures over the Eastern part of Europe usually settle in such a manner that the usual cold fronts that sweep in from West are kept at distance... ...in and wind, and the semi-commercial fishers who usually set a lot of gill nets are kept at home too. the fish have perfect conditions for spawning. T... ...even had to rig my spinning rod, just to get something out there. And I am usually not the one that lets a little wind keep ...
37. Four stream rods - Fooling around with four great rods on a Swedish river - Global FlyFisher
...en I was planning a grayling-trip to Sweden together with three friends. I usually bring my split cane rod for such trips and a carbon rod as a backup... ...ile he might have some left, they are usually sold without fittings or ferrules, so you will have to fit that on yourself or have a rod builder do it.... ...method, your aim is to get the nymph to float as freely as possible, which usually means rolling and mending a lot. The pickup of the fly is also a cr... ... optional bamboo box that this rod came in emphasizes the sense of luxury. Usually you will get a cordura tube, but the bamboo case makes it stand out...
38. From Feathers to Bits - Global FlyFisher
...e. The best software is usually light versions of the bigger and well-known applications or serious, tailor made applications. Do not content yourself... ...y adapters can scan slides and film negatives. Both types of originals are usually better than prints, which as a rule of thu... ...so backgrounds, as you know it from real pictures taken with a camera, are usually not an option. But there are a few ways that you can make your scan... ...er shadowing. Keeping from squashing The scanner lid can be a big problem. Usually we just tip down the lid and scan, but a size 12 Royal Wulff will n...
39. The kayak is ideal for moving quickly from place to place while wade fishing. br / Here I am crossing a narrow gap to an island where no one usually fishes. I do not need a great amount of gear, just my rod tucked down between my legs and my chest pack. For these short trips in warm water I ususally do not bring a life vest either. (picture) - Short trips - Short trips - Global FlyFisher
...de fishing. br / Here I am crossing a narrow gap to an island where no one usually fishes. I do not need a great amount of gear, just ... ...le wade fishing. Here I am crossing a narrow gap to an island where no one usually fishes. I do not need a great amou... ...de fishing. br / Here I am crossing a narrow gap to an island where no one usually fishes. I do not need ... ...usually fishes. I do not need a great amount of gear, just my rod tucked down between my legs and my chest pack. For these short trips in warm water I...
40. Don't freeze - Why breathable waders are good for winter fishing and why you may freeze in your trusty neoprenes. - Global FlyFisher
...e ones, which could be easily repaired. When my waders start failing, it's usually very se... ...'s my impression that this comes from a breakdown of the membrane, because usually I can't find any holes. I have also seen seems, w... ...n the wallet, when they are in the price range that breathables usually are. Martin From: Martin Hafer · wadingfool·at·earthlink.... ...art springing MANY small leaks and I usually end up pitching or patching them. I am NOT hard on the waders and I only fish the flats and surf, so rock...