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51. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...f no-nonsense advice. Lefty continues this trend by filling the 143 pages with lots of his book with all of the above, and more. Fishing calendar Do y... ...ooks and they always seemed like something bound at a local Kinkos. Not so with Joe’s book. It’s every bit as professionally presented as any... ...Hairwings & Tubes With this book Hairwing & Tube Flies for Salmon Chris Mann has worked his way through yet another pile of flies sent to him from all... ...and provided us pattern-hungry fly tiers with a wealth of new patterns to inspire us. Spey & Dee GFF partner Martin Joergensen writes: ...the often li...

52. The Mörrum Circus - Global FlyFisher

...lmon Two hand rods Spey rods Where to The Mörrum Circus How I fell in love with the thought of catching an Atlantic salmon larger than 10 kilos or 2... ...antic salmon in the world and it is fairly easily accessible to the public with licenses available on... ...censes for any day. Of course this means that you have to be ready to move with short warning, ... ...r pools with half 1-16 being downstream from the town Mörrum and the rest 17-32 being above. Below the town the pool numbers increase towards the sea,...

53. Simple Stonefly Pattern - A Simple Stonefly Pattern so effective and easy to tie, it should be illegal. This fly is very realistic and because Stonefly Nymphs are in the river year round, trout bite them on sight. I like to tie it with a #8 or #6 hook with a bent shank. This nymph pattern is weighted with lead wire and I use variegated spandex rubber for the tail, legs and antenna. Tying stoneflies is only half the story. My customers catch many big fish with stonefly nymphs like this one every day. If you would like to see just how well this realistic, simple stonefly pattern works for the trout in Colorado, go to http://www.riplips.com for information and booking. Thanks for watching - MT - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...bite them on sight. I like to tie it with a #8 or #6 hook with a bent shank. This nymph pattern is weighted with lead wire and I use variegated spande... ...neflies is only half the story. My customers catch many big fish with stonefly nymphs like this one every day. If you would like to see just how well ... ...hs are in the river year round, trout bite them on sight. I like to tie it with a #8 or #6 hook with a... ... bent shank. This nymph pattern is weighted with lead wire and I use variegated spandex rubber for the tail, legs and antenna. Tying stoneflies is onl...

54. Streamer Hook Review - Raske's New England Streamers - Global FlyFisher

...pinions and experiences with them may differ, and I'd love to hear your thoughts. raske@globalflyfisher.com . I'll likely include your comments on thi... ...opinions on these hooks have been added unedited, so if you have a problem with what they're saying, take it up with them....not m... ...for each hook is what I've been able to determine by research, discussions with other anglers, or by a plain old judgement call . Castle A... ...taper to the eye. With the wide flat areas near the bend of the hook, when tying a wire or tinsel tag on a pattern, the flat spot is still clearly vis...

55. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

...which GFF partner Martin Joergensen has bought and read. Hairwings & Tubes With this book ... ...y tiers with a wealth of new patterns to inspire us. Spey & Dee GFF partner Martin Joergensen writes: ...the often lightly dressed Dee and Spey flies ... ...gain. GFF partner Martin Joergensen got the chance to play with four great and very different rods from ECHO, Harvest, Partridge and Scierra. All are ... ...mall Flies” to give readers a true master’s course on the topic of angling with – well – small flies. Another must read. Fishing Karma and GFF has fou...

56. Reviews - New and old products reviewed - Global FlyFisher

... scale! Advanced Fly Tying What's really cool is that even if you disagree with him, he forces you to think about why you dis... ...agree with him and you end up learning something anyway. You can't really ask for more than that . Review by Bob Petti. Advanced Kreh I wouldn't expec... ...tic trout foods The book is actually quite systematic. Dave Whitlock deals with all important fres... ...ow to imitate them. Atlantic Salmon Handbook Although this book is riddled with errors it does convey the basic information that a beginning At...

57. Build a rod, 1 - Part 1: A Few Basic Things You Should Know About Rod Building - Global FlyFisher

...rod, and consider it a better solution than buying, you have been infected with a positive virus in my point of view. And I have hopefully do... ...eed some tools you did not have before, and in many situations you will go with higher grade components, which will eliminate the advantage in costs y... ... as a blank. You will have chances to do this when you go fishing together with friends who will borrow you their rod for just a few casts. A wel... ...l assorted tackle shop with a nice staff or a fly fishing fair could also be a good opportunity to find out, which blank would suit you. Today many ma...

58. Black and Tan Clouser Minnow - A Black and Tan Clouser like this is a go-to fly for the trout streams I fish. It seems that fish have to chase and eat this fly right when they see it. I have found that tying this streamer pattern with a long shank hook helps with short strikes. I have also found that fishing it with a fast sweeping motion gets the most bites. Streamer fishing in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is as good as it gets. I fished with streamers today and it was great. If pulling Little Clouser Minnows off the banks is right up your alley, go to http://www.riplips.com for info and booking. Thanks for watching! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...nd that tying this streamer pattern with a long shank hook helps with short strikes. I have also found that fishing it with a fast sweeping motion get... ... Rocky Mountains is as good as it gets. I fished with streamers today and it was great. If pulling Little Clouser Minnows off the banks is right up yo... ... fly right when they see it. I have found that tying this streamer pattern with a long shank hook helps with short strikes. I have also found that fis... ...er fishing in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is as good as it gets. I fished with streamers today and it was great. If pulling Little Clouser Minnows of...

59. 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

...eight of the waves ridden, the length of the fish caught seems to increase with each subsequent retelling of the story ... an infectious tribal practi... ...y fisherman travel well equipped with full quiver ... better to bring too much than not enough. Exterior wear is critical ... the buff to fly fishing ... ...nly a melted ice cap away from sea level. They share their island paradise with fairy terns, boobies and sweetlips I won't explain! Although disappoin... ...t 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...

60. And on into Spring... - I collected a lot of footage over the past month. I wanted to wait to make another video (people seem to be watching them, thanks!) until I had at least one large brown trout. I have been wading all winter, trying to get better at fishing from the banks, as fishing from a boat is just a different game. My streamer technique really improved due to this. In a last-ditch effort to get one large brown, I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I went to the MO, got skunked, lost an oar stop and snapped my eight weight. I was much more upset about the skunking. I didn't let it get to me, though, and my plan for the next trip was to just enjoy myself. I had only my six weight with me, and it was quite nice to have one rod and one mindset: just catch a fish. The wind picked up as soon as I hit the Lower Madison, and the water was muddy. It took me a while to realize that the fish are still not in fast water (despite its depth) but with the mud they seemed to be perfectly happy in shallow frog water. My first strike of the day was a rod's length in front of me and a 20 inch brown to boot. Before twenty four hours were up, I had two more, each bigger than the last. The next day I sped to the Upper, was the first to hit the water and jammed a sandwich down my throat as I approached a favorite run (I was too excited to fish to cook breakfast, so I ate my lunch). I like to make a few practice casts before hitting the main run. I remember being ready: I ate my sandwich; I marveled at the clear water; I slowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of a sudden a twenty-three inch brown trout is three feet in the air, looking buttery in the sun. It was all I could do to keep him out of the fast water. He had two of some fisherman's nymphs in him, which I was happy to extract--sucks to be that guy! Later that day, around five thirty, I got another one. At this point I just stopped fishing. I regret this, because those days are so rare, but I really felt like I was being greedy at the time. I went to my truck and cooked my neglected breakfast for dinner. How's that for a life lesson? (Take failure in stride, and prepare for rewarded patience and dedication). Thanks, fishing! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

...I took my little pontoon out to try and increase my chances on a big river with lots of big fish. I went to the MO, got skunked, lost an oar stop and ... ... plan for the next trip was to just enjoy myself. I had only my six weight with me, and it was quite nice to h... ...despite its depth but with the mud they seemed to be perfectly happy in shallow frog water. My first strike of the day was a rod's length in front of ... ...lowly crept up to within casting distance but stayed far back from the fish; I was rested and alert. One cast, two cast, three and all of a sudden a t...

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