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Welsh week, mate!
Wales has a lot of good fishing to offer
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A room with a view
Bacon and eggs...
Boys having fun
Cane on the Test
Just beat it
Looking for sculpins
Not that easy
Paul, Paul and Simon
Ready to release
Rod & Reel
The mad hatter
What I did
What Paul did
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How to tie a squid fly pattern - - Global FlyFisher
How to tie a squid fly pattern. Decapods and squids are high on the menu to some saltwater species. Learn to tie them here.
June 15th 2011
Tied in the Hand
More than a hundred classical salmon flies tied without a vice by Swedish Svend-Olov Haard accompanied by a text on the history of the salmon flies, a lot about the House of Hardy and equally much about tying and fishing the flies. A beautiful book.
July 12th 2012
Streamer Flies for Trophy Trout
Kelly Galloup, author of "Modern Streamers for Trophy Trout", brings us a new DVD where he ties some of the flies from his book. With each fly, Kelly takes the time to explain the materials and techniques used to construct the fly, and we see every step along the way.
December 1st 2006
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
January 15th 2009
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