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How to tie Pheasant Tail Nymph Wet Fly

How to tie Pheasant Tail Nymph Wet Fly

How to tie a Pheasant Tail Nymph Wet FlyMaterials we will use : Hook: Wet fly nymph hook 12. Click here   to get hooks.Thread Tail 6-8 Pheasant tail feather barbsRib: Copper wire, smallAbdomen: butt ends of tail fibers, twisted into a ropeLegs: 6-8 Pheasant tail feather barbsThorax: 2-3 Strands of peacock herl. Click…

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What is Chenille used for in fly tying?

What is Chenille used for in fly tying?

Chenille is often used to form the bodies on wooly buggers and marabou jigs. The Woolly Bugger and the Woolly Worm are just two among a host of chenille bodied flies designed to take cold, warm, and saltwater gamefish.  Chenille is a popular fly tying material and can be used to…

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How To Tie A Fly?

How To Tie A Fly?

Fly tying historically referred to in England as dressing flies. Fly tying  is the process of producing an artificial fly used by fly fishing anglers to catch fish.  Here are a few tips on starting with fly tying and one pattern you can do.Fly tying requires some essential tools and…

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Fritz Fly Tying Material Best for Tying Lures, Blobs and Mini Fabs

Fritz Fly Tying Material Best for Tying Lures, Blobs and Mini Fabs

Fritz Tying Material have been a traditional fly tying material for a long time now. They are popular with fly tyers and very useful for  tying blobs, fabs and lures. Fritz fly tying material varies in sizes and colours. So here are some of our original and handmade pattern and…

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Five Small But Important Things To Practice In Fly Tying

Five Small But Important Things To Practice In Fly Tying

In fly tying there are some good practices that could help you in making fly tying a lot easier.  You may be doing this for the first time or maybe doing this for quite a while. But knowing  and learning good practices will hep you a lot. So here are…

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Fly Tying Essentials:  Basic Fly Tying Tools and Materials

Fly Tying Essentials: Basic Fly Tying Tools and Materials

When starting with fly tying you will need  fly tying basic tools and materials. Here is a list of  essential tools like vise, bobbin holders, hackle pliers, hackle gauges,hair stackers, scissors and tweezers. work lights and magnifying glass to better see the fly as it is tied. .Other optional tools…

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