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81. Leaders&Tippets Q&A - Global FlyFisher
...r while you cast. They tie themselves because the fly crosses over the fly line or leader and manages to curl so much that it ties an overhand k... ... untie. And untying it is quite important because the knot will weaken the line. If untying is not feasible, tri... ...der or tippet and use it shorter - or retie the removed section with fresh line. ? How do I untie wind knots... and should I? ! This can be a subject ... ... knots should always be untied. They weaken the line considerably. Some will say that the untying will possibly weaken the line even more than the pre...
82. The road to Lake Oostvoorne - A blue ribbon steelhead fishery... in the Netherlands! Glittering, strong and abundant - that's the steelhead of the Dutch Lake Oostvoorne - Global FlyFisher
...y threading the line through the rings almost shaking with anticipation. The author releasing a fish of approx. 2.5 kilos The fish are strong and figh... ...the line went solid. Weed! I thought. But as Montana friend Jim Shive said to once in a similar situation: the bottom don't shake its head like that P... ...thin an easy cast of my position. Point and dropper A change to a floating line, longer leader with a size 14 Bristo... ...ble to control a dry fly drift in these conditions so keeping the floating line and long leader I tied on a bunny fry and plopped it i...
83. Loop connections - Loop on a fly line - Global FlyFisher
... First published before January 1st 2001 More about: Fly lines Tackle Loop connections Making loops Loop-to-loop Large loop Loop on a fly line Silicon... ...n Joergensen This is a way of making a loop on a fly line that will give you a very neat and tiny loop and a smooth transition between the different p... ...ment will not do. Try this at home Start doing this on an old piece of fly line or on the reel end of a new one. Not all lines have the hollow, braide... ...d you might fumble the first time. Spare the front taper of your favourite line till you have some practise. Dip the end of the fly line in acetone na...
84. Tube styles - Trying to grasp the many different styles and types of tubes available out there can be almost impossible. This article tries to set things straight and cover most of the tube styles currently on the market. - Global FlyFisher
...s. cylinder Martin Joergensen The basic plastic tube fly Martin Joergensen Lined plastic tube Martin Joergensen There are an increasing number of diff... ...there is no final answer to the question of what tube to use for what fly. Lined and unlined Some tubes will require a liner. The liner is a thin plas... ...nted on the inside of the thicker tube. The liner has one primary purpose: to protect the tippet against the sharp edges of the outer tube. From this ... ...o liner. They are mostly made from a material, which is softer than the tippet, and will not be able to harm it. A few metal tubes come with flanges o...
85. Shooting heads DIY - 4th section - Casting - Global FlyFisher
...rticle The sections Intro Preparation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBoun... ...you. It responds a bit more aggressively and will probably gain a bit more line speed than your usual WF line, but that's the whole idea. There is som... ...: - Roll cast the line to lay on top of the water before the first back cast. - Use the tension of the line on the water to load the rod for the first... ...Excessive blind casting does not give more distance. - Shoot line when the head is just out of the top eye with only enough running line free to work ...
86. Shooting heads DIY - The more than Adequate Shooting Head DIY, a guide to building your own shooting heads for fly fishing - Global FlyFisher
...blished September 1st 2002 More about: Advanced Casting Do it yourself Fly lines Reference Shooting heads Spey rods Tackle Two hand rods Shooting head... ...ation Cutting Finishing Casting More About lines AFTM Sink rates Help With units FeeterMeeter IncherPincher OuncerBouncer The more than Adequate Shoot... ...o cover some advantages and disadvantages of the shooting head over the WF line, and I will thorou... ...struction The shooting head is a simple construction, where a piece of fly line is attached to a thin shooting or ru...
87. The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line on the lower rod is the Monic that falls in large, soft loops even in this cold weather. (picture) - Stiff vs. subtle - Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher
...The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be f... ...Stiff vs. subtle - Global FlyFisher Monic Light Green Stiff vs. subtle The line in the top of this p... ...icture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the cold temperatures. The curling is visible and can be felt in every cast. The line o... ...a private comment, not for publication, use this form The line in the top of this picture is an older intermediate line, which suffers hard under the ...
88. Czech Nymphing - Straight from the source - Global FlyFisher
... Polish competitors were forced to fish short, because they had no fishing lines... ...ip of the flyfishing rod and commonly without making use of the flyfishing line, the end of which does not touch the water surfa... ...r leading of the flies and copying their movements in the water by rod and line, while... ...milar success also in the long way, when we cast flies farther and lay the line on the water...
89. Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks! Radical reef fly fishing. - A shark odyssey. - Global FlyFisher
The Global FlyFisher Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks! Radical reef fly fishing. Fly fishing for sharks in South Africa - Sharks!
90. Pass the tag end of the backing the opposite way through the loop as the standing end and work the coils of backing as close to the end of the loop as possible. Now pull both ends of the backing gently to tighten all the coils evenly. As they get tighter you can pull harder, and finally you can pull them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br / Be careful not to pull eny coils out over the loop end. The two tags should wind up blocking the outmost coils. Trim the tag end, and you have a strong backing to fly line connection. (picture) - Finished Albright knot - Most of us know how, but this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher
...ll them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. br... ... the outmost coils. Trim the tag end, and you have a strong backing to fly line connection. picture - Fin... ...ut this article is for the ones who never set up a complete reel, backing, line and leader. - Global FlyFisher First setup Finished Albright knot Pass... ...ll them so tight that the backing eats its way into the coating of the fly line, as it's seen here. Be caref...