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  • Information about Michigan Fly Fishing on many fish species
    country or state page Fly Fishing in Michigan Custom Search Home Site Map Fly Tying Fly Fishing Fish Species Contact Links Map of the United States Michigan Africa Asia Australia Canada Caribbean Central America Europe Mexico Middle East New Zealand Oceania South America United States Marquette and Muskegon Rivers Betts Guide Service Guided Fly Fishing trips Salmon Trout Steelhead and Smallmouth Bass on the Pere Marquette and Muskegon Rivers Streamside

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/unitedstates/michigan.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Info about Fly Fishing in New Mexico
    the Contact page 2 links on different fish specie pages of your choice and 1 link on your country or state page Fly Fishing in New Mexico Custom Search Home Site Map Fly Tying Fly Fishing Fish Species Contact Links Map of the United States New Mexico Africa Asia Australia Canada Caribbean Central America Europe Mexico Middle East New Zealand Oceania South America United States New Mexico fly fishing with

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/unitedstates/newmexico.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Info about Fly fishing in Pennsylvania for trout
    page 2 links on different fish specie pages of your choice and 1 link on your country or state page Fly Fishing in Pennsylvania Custom Search Home Site Map Fly Tying Fly Fishing Fish Species Contact Links Map of the United States Pennsylvania Africa Asia Australia Canada Caribbean Central America Europe Mexico Middle East New Zealand Oceania South America United States Rivers Outdoor Adventures Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Shop and Guide

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/unitedstates/pennsylvania.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Information about Fly Fishing in Texas for Snook, Ladyfish etc
    Redfish Speckled trout The Texas flats are loaded with large groups of reds and scattered speckled trout which cruise the grass and mud flats of the middle coast in search of prey Chuck fishes Rockport Corpus Christi Bay Port Aransas Baffin Bay Copano Bay and Redfish Bay Coastal Experience Scott Sommerlatte While redfish and spotted seatrout are the main focus of Texas spectacular saltwater fishery it is important to be

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/unitedstates/texas.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Fly Tying Dry Flies
    picture on this page which is also tied with Poly Yarn An other tip for whitewater is ad a tiny red tail to the fly like a redtag When I am standing in the sun and have to cast in the shade below branches I use a wing post color like on the picture Bright yellow sulphur The dull black color is for dark weather and the light grey for fly fishing in the burning sun Deer hair sedge This fly has the wrong hook The eye of the hook has to point up and not down You can fish the sedge by dragging it over the water With the eye of the hook pointed down the fly want to dive Tie sedges on hooks with the hook eye up The body is tied with Poly Yarn Take a piece of this material and rub this in the palm of your hands Now you have Poly Yarn dubbing Make a loop with your tying thread and place some of this material between the 2 threads Twist the loop not to much Wrap this around the hook shank but leave some space for the head and wing Take a bunch of hairs from a deer hair winterskin and use your hairstacker to stack the hairs evenly place the bunch of deer hair on top of the shank and wrap your tying thread twice around it but not to tight Pull your tying thread and let the deer hair spin around the hook shank The bunch of deer hair is now spread around the hook shank Secure the hair with 2 extra wraps Make place for an other bunch of deer hair by pushing the deer hair back Now you have two bunches of deer hair tied on the hook Two bunches

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/flytying/dryflies.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Fly tying Nymphs
    Central America Europe Mexico Middle East New Zealand Oceania South America United States Pheasant tail nymph PT Beadhead Pheasant tail nymph BHPT Pheasant tail variations PTV Many Pheasant tail variations have been created worldwide All are changed to catch fish in a certain geographic location From Rudd Roach Perch Trout species to Yellowfish in South Africa Fly Tying menu Dry flies Nymphs Pike Streamers Pheasant Tail Step by step More

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/flytying/nymphs.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Fly Tying Northern Pike streamers
    when this one hits the water Red and White Pike Streamer Fun with this one when fished quite fast Be alert when taking over your fly line for an other fast strip Eel Streamer Slowly fished close to the bottom Give this one some Eel like movement The black zonkerstrip is tied upside down Push the hookpoint through the zonkerstrip and secure it with your thread On top of the hook shank I have tied in a small leadstrip From the eyes to half way the hook shank This gives the Eel a natural movement through the water when you strip back your line as it should be Materials Pike Streamers Bucktail This fly tying material comes in many colors From a bucktail skin you can select the most colored hairs but you can use the back or les colored hairs as well The picture shows only parts from a Bucktail skin Streamer Feathers These feathers comes to in many different colors Zonkerstrips If you have zonkerstrips which are a bit to heavy you can split the zonkerstrip with a sharp scissor Krinkel Fibers I use these fibers in the tail and body for volume and because it does not

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/flytying/pikestreamers.html (2016-01-09)
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  • Fly Fishing Barramundi
    Canada Caribbean Central America Europe Mexico Middle East New Zealand Oceania South America United States Picture with permission from Strikezone Fly Sportsfishing Charters About this Fish Lates calcarifer 180 cm Barramundi feeds on fishes even there own crustaceans like shrimps and crabs About Barramundi at Fly Fishing adventures Other pages about this fish specie Northern Territory Queensland Flies Hooksize 1 0 4 0 White yellow and green Deceivers Clouser minnow

    Original URL path: http://www.worldflyfishing.nl/freshwater/barramundi.html (2016-01-09)
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