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A promising stretch
Above the fall
Big fish, small fly
By the tail
Copper & Herl
Downstream in Zone 2
Flies in the bench
Fog over the pool
Line on the water
Orange Small Alley's Shrimp
Poetry in motion
Red Tag... ehr, Butt... eee... Behind
Selecting a fly
The man and the hen
Two hand caster
White Winged Red Tag
Yellow Small Alley's Shrimp
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If one particular fly was to be celebrated as the Mother of all the typical Danish, gray, nondescript hackle flies it would have to be The Magnus. Originated in 1973 in Denmark it has become a goto-fly for Many Danish as well as foreign coastal anglers.
January 25th 2009
Double K Reverse Spider
Kelvin Kleinman shows us how to tie a really different saltwater fly based on the freshwater spider style, adapted for cutthroat stream fishing and then reversed to become a saltwater shrimp from outer space! A very special but also efficient pattern.
July 13th 2010
The Djihad is a bright fly with a shiny body, silver combined with black and red. Just my kind of fly. I like the Irish Shrimp tradition flies, and this is such a fly on steroids. It even uses one of my favorite materials: Golden Pheasant.
April 24th 2012
Better fishing pictures: Macro
Most fly anglers will find that using macro in their photography can be truly thrilling. A lot of what we are interested in is small, and many will appreciate being able to capture small things. This article in the series about fishing photography covers macro photography from an angler's perspective.
August 30th 2006
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