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    Re: Help with recreating my lucky fly

    About the suggested colors of the fly especially the body. I don't think orange would be the right color.

    The reason is that we all know that when a fly gets wet, the colors look darker. Less...
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    Re: Trapping hackle on whip finish?

    You should not cut the tips of the hackle down. Better to be too long than clipped.

    When you buy hackle, buy it with a purpose and not by mail order. I never buy hackle mailorder. It is one of the...
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    Re: Trapping hackle on whip finish?

    Hi LimerickShaw,

    In my opinion, there are three things you could do to improve your fly below.

    1. As to your question, you have wrapped the hackle too close to the hook eye. You need to leave...
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    Re: Help with recreating my lucky fly

    Thanks Ard.

    I missed that in his original post.
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    Re: Help with recreating my lucky fly

    Post a photo of the fly when it is dry.

    The hackle looks oversized, ie, longer than standard for a bugger of that length. So I'd like to see if that is real once the hackle is not wet and...
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    Re: ***** Creek nymph--two questions

    I believe it is in Idaho.

    http://www.perfectflystore.com/*****creekinfo.html
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    Re: 99 Problems and my cast is 1

    When a beginner "advances" too quickly through a series of fly casting video lessons, the result is multiple casting errors from rod tracking, to slack, to poor stops, to creep, to cracking the whip,...
  8. Thread: Hi hi!

    by silver creek
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    Re: Hi hi!

    Hey Bergie,

    Glad you joined. That's a great photo and that water looks inviting. Keep posting your trips.
  9. Re: How long would you drive for a pretty good chance to catch a...

    I drive to Montana each year. 1250 miles one way, about a straight through 20 -21 hour drive including meal/bathroom/fuel breaks. So about an hour for each inch of a 21 inch trout.....

    A 21 hour...
  10. Re: Fly tying packages... for specific flies

    Fly Pattern Material Packages for Sale Online | Buy Fly Fishing Accessories | Shop Fly Fishing Supplies and Equipment
    | The Fly Fishers Fly Shop Brookfield, Wisconsin

    It's the first spot on a...
  11. Thread: Optimism

    by silver creek
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    Optimism

    I want to share this with you all.

    22008

    —Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672)
    Writer, Poet, First Woman To Be Published In Colonial America
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    Re: Over and Under-lining your rod

    I think it all gets back to being able to cast a rod before buying a rod PLUS the test casting simulating how you are going to cast the rod when fishing.

    I think mistakes are made even when you...
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    Re: Over and Under-lining your rod

    What I think can be found in this 3 page discussion:

    Up lining or Down lining a fly rod
  14. Re: Am I Just Compensating for Underlying Problems?

    If I were to guess, I think you may have been looking at your backcast.

    Looking at the backcast forces you to rotate your head to the side of your casting arm as you look back. This cause you to...
  15. Re: Am I Just Compensating for Underlying Problems?

    The illustration below is from Jason Borger's book on fly casting. It illustrates the late wrist "flick" just before the stop. This "flick' accelerates the rod tip AND moves it out of the fly lines...
  16. Re: Am I Just Compensating for Underlying Problems?

    I am not sure what "on my back cast I found myself ever-so-slightly pushing the tip away from me" means. Can you describe this more clearly.

    For example on my back cast I found myself...
  17. Re: Enciro Puglisi Instruction Videos - Free until end of May!

    Free does not work for me. Click on a video and it asks for log in and password.
  18. Re: Tippet Ring on the end of a fly line ?.....using two tippet rings on a leader ?

    Walter, I do not place a tippet ring in the preformed fly line loop.

    Fly line are made so that at the end of the front taper, there is a 4-6 inch level section of fly line that ends in the...
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    Re: 99 Problems and my cast is 1

    A video of you casting is what is needed to see what is going on.

    I don't think holding the line tightly in your non casting left hand is the problem.

    I suspect that the problem is that the...
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    Re: Advice for Saltwater Casting

    By your description, the line is "bouncing back" at the end of the cast.

    I am going to post about shooting line as if you are a beginner, and forgive me if you are not. There may be beginners...
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    Re: WTB... Tacky Fly Boxes

    Wet Fly makes "tacky" fly boxes. Sierra Trading Post had them on discount but STP ais temporarily closed due to CV-19. Go to the link below when they open their business again.
    ...
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    Re: Legs on Nymphs - Value?

    Rip Tide's concept of a "trigger" is one that I ascribe to.

    As Rip notes, a "trigger" in an attractor fly may be flash or motion

    The well known triggers in an imitative fly pattern would be the...
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    Re: Legs on Nymphs - Value?

    Here's how I will answer your question and questions like it.

    There are two underlying presuppositions (an assumption) that underlie your question. That presupposition is that all trout will react...
  24. Re: Renzetti Traveler Vice Saltwater vs Regular

    Renzetti does sell spare jaws so I think you can convert from standard to salt water and vice versa.

    Standard Jaw: Cam Jaw Assemblies






    – RD Fly Fishing
  25. Re: Renzetti Traveler Vice Saltwater vs Regular

    You mean your dsylexai got to you........... :D
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