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Hooks for fly tying


Proceed to "Tying Small Flies by Ed Engle" here

Tying Small Flies

Click to go to "Anatomy of a salmon fly"

Anatomy of a salmon fly

Directly to "Hook anatomy"

Hook anatomy

Find "Hooks for streamers" here

Hooks for streamers

Find "Mustad Signature Series Hooks" here

Mustad hooks

Click to see "North Country flies on blind hooks"

North Country flies on blind hooks

See "Selecting hooks for saltwater" by clicking here

Selecting hooks for saltwater

Go to the article "The biggest catch - hooking yourself"

The biggest catch - hooking yourself

This link takes you to "The Salmon Fly Proportion, Design & Layout Guide"

The Salmon Fly Proportion, Design & Layout Guide

Read more on "Hook selection"

Hook selection

"Visiting Partridge of Redditch" is found here

Visiting Partridge of Redditch

See "Hooks break" by clicking here

Hooks break

Videos with "Hooks - Hooks for fly tying" - More videos about about this subject
Debarbing Hooks

In this fly tying tutorial, I explain two methods that I employ when debarbing hooks. These are based on the type of vise that you use, and both are explained during the video. I prefer to debarb hooks prior to tying, and encourage all of you to do the same. Though hooks with barbs do have a place in fishing, catch and release is the preferred style for me and many others; fishing with barbless hooks aligns with this style and is my recommendation for all to use.

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Flies into action
In the film using a new method of presentation of artificial flies.Method Buldo is floating wire and 4 artificial flies.I hope it develops in AMERICA.For more video with instructions enter the site. (Ed.: I had a very hard time placing this on the map based on the language spoken, but I guess it's Romanian.. And we have more on Buldo or float fishing with a fly here. Martin)

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