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 ...

Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing

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Winged Nymphs for Dynamic Nymphing could be considered a new frontier in fishing nymphs and a new way to tie flies. Some fly tiers consider them ugly. In terms of a classic construction and after the traditional rules to tie a nymph, these flies are quite ugly. These flies don’t follow the rules for conical ...

My Precious Nymph

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My precious Nymph is very simple to tye and is a general searching model. "My Precious Nymph" is tied to imitate baetis nymphs, clinger nymphs, swimming and crawler nymphs, basically almost all delicate medium-small nymphs. Because is so simple and tied with only respecting basic elements and classic proportions, the nymphs is a ...

About Wading studs for boots

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Here is an interesting article about wading studs for boots: http://www.flyfisher.ro/en/wading-studs-for-boots/ It is about how they are frayed after one fishing season and how to make better choices when you are looking for durable studs for your wading boots. Another aspect to take in consideration is that a boot with metallic studs will make noise in ...