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Oktober grayling taken on a size 16 Dun, ready to be released Canon powershot A 710IS
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Floattubing for pike in "peat"lakes. Beautifull colors seperate these fierce creatures from the normal pike.
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Les Austin shows you how to construct a simple balance to weigh you fly lines. Using a ruler, a few paperclips and some nuts you can make a precise balance, which can help you determine the AFTM class of all of those fly lines you may have laying around.
October 26th 2007
Dubbing Methods, Tools and Techniques
Without a doubt, dubbing tools and techniques are one of the things most likely to confuse fly tyers. With an explosion of new tools, comes an obvious question, how do you use all this stuff and why should I buy yet one more tool?
April 16th 2010
Small Fry: The Lure of the Little
Perfection is as illusory in fishing as it is in any other aspect of life, yet practice brings with it certain plateaus of near-perfection. Such stages in a fly fisher's practice provide a good time and opportunity to branch out.
June 16th 2008
We haven't ever done any of these traditional Christmas articles before. Lists of stocking stuffers are very common everywhere, but this is the first ever on GFF. We have spotted 24 new and classic Christmas gifts for the angler, fly-tyer or just outdoors person.
November 25th 2012
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