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This just came up. I haven't read it but if you want it, grab it now.
"Humorous short stories, mostly fishing related, about life on the Brazos River. Caution, readers have warned against reading these stories at work because it can be hard to explain sudden loud...
Beatty is correct. The smoothest whip is towards the eye and does not expose the thread going back over the whip. There is less chance of the thread breaking.
I don't use head cement so for me it...
$370.00 - Whisper Creek GLX 9 ft., 5 wt. Moderate-Fast Action, Medium Stiff Power, Current Retail $670.00.
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Better Off Wet: 49 Life Lessons Through Fishing
If you have any antifreeze in the garage, you have a chemical (ethylene glycol) that you can use as a surfactant. Whenever I suggest that it can be used as a "sinkant" to break surface tension,...
These are surfactants that break the surface tension so the fly and leaders don't float. They don't make the fly sink any faster. A higher specific gravity is needed to increase sink rate.
FISHING MASTERY GUIDE: The Ultimate Guide to Successful Fly Fishing
The Frugal Fisherman
Do you lick you fingers when you dub? If you do, don't use chemicals to kill bugs and eggs. You will cross contaminate yourself. Then again, a third eye in the middle of your forehead may help in fly...
Here is another link. I was wrong about the need for the nymphs to be fired in a kiln, Copy the link below into google translate
These nymphs are ceramic. I don't know the exact construction method but I think is similar to what I describe below.
I came across these nymphs. They are NOT epoxy or UV resin or any kind of resin coating like Sally Hansen.
So my question is how are these nymphs made? Answer will follow in after you have had...
Example of Royce Dam Flies from the Commemorative Stamp Series
http://i5.photobucket.com/albums/y183/streamdance/Royce Dam Flies/P1000697.jpg
I have not read it but it has good reviews. I don't know if it has anything that applies to fly fishing.
I have not read it but it is free.
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Charles Ritz was a champion fly caster. He invented the parabolic fly rod; and the high line, high speed casting style that is the basis for modern fly casting. He is in the IGFA...
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Now lets move on to rod/reel balance. I quote the http://www.flyfishohio.com/a_question_of_balance.htm
"Bad balance made casting this stick a chore and limited my best distance to...
My reply is in 3 parts: Part 1
You right in being confused. There is so much BS about ?rod balance? that it continues to this day.
But first let me address swing weight because it partially...
I have not read the book but it is short and free for a short while.