Catskill Red Quill

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For those guys who don't know so much about Catskill flies the Catskill dry flies are developed in north of New York on the river with the same name. The particularity of these flies are in how they are build. The body is slim and delicate, the tail is sparse and ...

New Hooks from Demmon Japan

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Our online shop www.troutline.ro increased the offer of Demmon hooks with a new series of barbed hooks just developed in Japan. These hooks are dedicated for big and strong fish like pikes, stealhead trout, bass and black bass and asp and big perch. For example bellow is: Demmon Bass Fly Hooks B720 :http://www.troutline.ro/demmon-bass-fly-hooks-b720 Is a ...

Tying a Caddis with Catgut

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Tying a Caddis with Catgut is simple. Only a few tricks should be known: 1. take in consideration that the catgut materials is translucent an the color of the fly will be different when gets wet. 2. catgut is stiff when is dry so keep it in warm water for a few min ( 3-5min ) in ...

Tungsten beads and hooks

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Tungsten beads and hooks is the second part of our first article about tungsten beads. In this article we provide info about classic tungsten beads and how match these on our range of hooks. We selected beads from all sizes and hooks in different sizes made of different brands. I tested the beads how slip over hook ...