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Fishing in the salt


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Knockin' on the Door
The next generation of fly fishermen are here to stay. They are passionate, motivated and knockin on the door of the sport. WorldANGLING is proud to open the door and tell their story. Will Griffiths is a native of the Pacific nothwest and had never cast at a permit before fishing with Will Benson and the crew from WorldANGLING. There is no denying that the future is bright, especially when you have the gods on your side and a permit on the end of your line!
Pacific Albacore Fly Pattern

Steve Farrar’s Blend is an excellent material – I was new to the saltwater fly tying game and this synthetic winging material a year ago. Not now. I can tell you that different colors of the SF Blend product line exhibit different textures. The vast majority of the Steve Farrar’s blend colors are easy to tie with but a few are in my opinion a little more difficult to work with. The only colors I use that are in the hard-to-work category are the Electric Yellow and Bucktail White.

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Saltwater Crease Fly

Jay Nicholas demonstrates how to tie a Crease Fly, a common topwater fly for fishing saltwater for Salmon and Albacore.

Thread: Fine Mono
Hook: Mustad #2/0 or Gamakatsu SC 15
Belly/Spine: Bucktail – Fl. Blue over Chartreuse
Tail Topping: Smolt Blue Krystal Flash
Crease Fly Body Cutter: Size 1 (1/0) in my opinion this is a good fit on # 2/0 hook
Crease Fly Body Material: Thick Adhesive Crystal Skin – Pearlescent
Copic Marker: FL. Blue
Cure Goo: Hydro, Tack Free Flex

Check out www.OregonFlyFIshingBlog.com for more patterns and www.CaddisFlyShop.com for materials!

The Crimp

Yellow Dog Flyfishing Adventures Doug Mcknight presents a pattern designed to target the saltwater fish of the Caribbean. This pattern was tested and designed in the heart of the salt the past few years during Yellow Dog Hosted Trips. Take a look as Doug spins up the design and details for his saltwater fly, and contact Yellow Dog for more information on fishing the Caribbean!
Doug McKnight pattern: The Crimp
Location: Caribbean
Imitation: Crab or Shrimp

Holy Shit Roosterfish 2014

Spent five solo days walking East Cape beaches in southern Baja, Mexico. Late on day four this big mama appeared and ate a fly! It took 52 minutes to land and revive her. Check out the two other roosters with this fish when I finally get her close to the beach. Sorry, the mumbbling commentary is not safe for work!


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