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Malbran is the fly that catches everything. Created by Ramiro Garcia MalbrÓn and tied with simple and cheap materials it's the ideal fly for fierce predators like dorado, pike and bass.
Learn to tie it here
Quick Pattern Idea:
Perch and Shad are tasty baitfish that warmwater game fish love to snack upon. Modifying the classic Deceiver-style pattern yields a tasty fly that is easy to cast and won't tangle upon itself. Find out from GFF partner Steve Schweitzer the key steps required to tie
a Polar Perch or Shad immitation.
Music to Your Eyes
: If you play guitar and tie flies...you are wasting some valuable tying material every time you change your strings. Old guitar strings have something to make flies land softly on the water and jig just enough to tease fish into striking. Learn from GFF partner Steve Schweitzer what to keep from old strings and how to tie
Small Fry, 5
Presenting White lightning
: The white perch is actually an anadromous silver bass in the fish family
. This game panfish is the little cousin of the striped bass and shares much of the same habitat: the brackish tidal estuaries and adjacent rivers of the mid-Atlantic and New England states.
Onwards to chapter 5
A Mickey Finnish zonker
: The Mickey Finn is one of the first streamers many beginning fly tyers learn to tie. Kasper MŘhlbach never used it and for years a yellow and orange fly was missing in his fly box. Last year he was inspired to tie a replacement.
Get the fruity pattern for The Mango here.
Flyfishing for Perch
: Perch is without a shadow of a doubt my favourite sportsfish. They are splendid to see, they're aggressive fighters and you can waylay them with light equipment.
Read Eddie Bouma's story here
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