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1. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 4, Harry Boyd

...ncy. Strips rough tapered to triangles, ready to be re-ordered, bound, and heat-treated. The first Garrison style binder I made. The... ...ps in the firing order of an old six cylinder, internal combustion engine. Heating in this unusual numbering order places each strip in a different se... ...l hold things in place. Cotton thread is used to bind the strips before heat treating. For hand binding, you can use 100% cotton embroidery twine purc... ...broidery thread works quite nicely for binding while heat treating, it is sort of fuzzy. When you later bind the strips during the gluing operation, t...

2. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 4, Harry Boyd

...ncy. Strips rough tapered to triangles, ready to be re-ordered, bound, and heat-treated. The first Garrison style binder I made. The... ...ps in the firing order of an old six cylinder, internal combustion engine. Heating in this unusual numbering order places each strip in a different se... ...l hold things in place. Cotton thread is used to bind the strips before heat treating. For hand binding, you can use 100% cotton embroidery twine purc... ...broidery thread works quite nicely for binding while heat treating, it is sort of fuzzy. When you later bind the strips during the gluing operation, t...

3. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 3, Harry Boyd

... strips, and we will be ready to start straightening and flattening nodes. Heating a node over the fishtail ... ...nozzle of the heat gun. Flattening nodes with pressure from vise jaws. Straightening the crooks and bends in the same node as above. Straightening and... ... allowing us to bend it to whatever shape we choose. When removed from the heat, the bamboo strip retains the shape to which it was bent. Doubtlessly ... ...nodes must be minimized. Later, heat treating will do away with the long sweeps and crooks that sometimes occur between nodes. Before we begin the pro...

4. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 3, Harry Boyd

... strips, and we will be ready to start straightening and flattening nodes. Heating a node over the fishtail ... ...nozzle of the heat gun. Flattening nodes with pressure from vise jaws. Straightening the crooks and bends in the same node as above. Straightening and... ... allowing us to bend it to whatever shape we choose. When removed from the heat, the bamboo strip retains the shape to which it was bent. Doubtlessly ... ...nodes must be minimized. Later, heat treating will do away with the long sweeps and crooks that sometimes occur between nodes. Before we begin the pro...

5. Welding your loops - Making loop connections on fly-lines using heat-shrinkable tubing - Global FlyFisher

... Welding your loops - Making loop connections on fly-lines using heat-shrinkable tubing - Global FlyFisher The Global FlyFisher - A Good Place to go f... ...r loops Published Apr 23rd 2014 Making loop connections on fly-lines using heat-shrinkable tubing By Michael Sorensen Hint: Practice on an old fly lin... ...o make sure you don't hit the fly line when heating. + Michael Sørensen Step 5 - Carefully Apply heat to the shrink tube. Use a lighter og a candle. A... ...until all the fly line connection is smoothly merged. Don't apply too much heat. + Michael Sørensen Step 6 - Wait for the coating of the fly line to c...

6. Heather catches and almost lands a 20lb Chinook - Heather catches and almost lands a 20lb Chinook on the RIO Products VersiTip system. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... Heather catches and almost lands a 20lb Chinook - Heather catches and almost lands a 20lb Chinook on the RIO Products VersiTip system. - fly fishing ... ...uggest video Highest rated Most views By date A-Z Originators Search About Heather catches and al... ...most lands a 20lb Chinook Heather catches and almost lands a 20lb Chinook on the RIO Products VersiTip system. Originator: Fishing Reviews TV Web site... ...n consent from each copyright holder. Comments and suggestions are welcome Heather catches and almost lands a ...

7. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 7, Harry Boyd

...lateral triangle. We bound the strips into bundles of six pieces each, and heat treated the bundles. We set our planing forms, removed the enamel from... ... on a rod flat. To eliminate the twist we will slowly heat the rod section to the point where it is pliable, and twist in the opposite direction, hold... ...anger of damaging the rod. I heat the section over a heat gun on its lowest setting. The small end of tips take only five to ten seconds to get warm e... ...zzle of my Wagner heat gun. Again, our fingertips are our guide. Warm only a section of the bamboo the same width as the heat gun nozzle, constantly m...

8. The Lost World of Mr. Hardy - Angling is another country full of beauty, passion and perfection - Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier - video/DVD review - Global FlyFisher

...- Angling is another country full of beauty, passion and perfection - Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier - video/DVD review - Global FlyFisher First p... ..., producer etc.: Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier More books and videos All books and videos By Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier Title The Lost Wo... ...- Angling is another country full of beauty, passion and perfection - Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier - video/DVD review - Global FlyFisher The Glo... ...- Angling is another country full of beauty, passion and perfection - Andy Heathcote and Heike Bachelier - video/DVD review The Lost World of Mr. Hard...

9. Global Fly Fisher, Building Bamboo Fly Rods - Part 6, Harry Boyd

...lateral triangle. We bound the strips into bundles of six pieces each, and heat treated the bundles. Finally we set our planing forms, removed t... ...ogether with cotton thread. Since both the epoxy glues mentioned require a heat-setting regimen, be sure to use only cotton thr... ...rd to create. I use 16/4 glace cotton binding thread for all my gluing and heat treating, available from ... ...Golden Witch . Since the binding process was covered in some detail in the Heat Treating Installment, I’ll only touch on it here. The main difference ...

10. Deer Hair Ant - The Deer Hair Ant is a super simple ant pattern. The Deer Hair Ant actually only uses a single material, Deer Hair! The Deer Hair Ant is a high floating and life like ant pattern. I prefer to trail the Deer Hair Ant behind a hopper or larger terrestrial. This makes detecting a strike much easier. The Deer Hair Ant can be tied in many sizes, my favorite is a #14. Very deadly in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give one a try! Very easy to tie! Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Instagram: http://instagram.com/intheriffle/# Follow Us On Twitter: http://twitter.com/InTheRiffle Follow Us On Pintrest: http://www.pinterest.com/intheriffle/ - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

... in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give one a try! Very easy to tie! Follow Us On Facebook: http://www.face... ... is a #14. Very deadly in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give one a try! Very easy to tie! Follow Us On Fac... ...ir Ant can be tied in many sizes, my favorite is a #14. Very deadly in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give ... ...ed in many sizes, my favorite is a #14. Very deadly in the heat of the summer and a must have in any later summer trout fly box. Give one a try! Very ...

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