Klinkhammer Tying Video

Hook:             Partridge Klinkhammer code GRS15ST. These have been developed since the original fly was tied and are bigger in size than you think. Size 18 is similar to size 14. You may also use Tiemco TMC 200R's but if you do bend it with flat nosed pliers about 3mm from the eye. Thread:          For [...]

By |2018-10-06T19:17:35+01:00May 20th, 2013|Flies|0 Comments

CDC Loop Wing (Claret) Hopper Tying Video

Here is the video tying sequence for this fly. The materials that you will need are as follows: CDC Loop Wing Hopper (Claret). Hook:  Size 12 or 10 B400 Silk:   Claret or Red 8/0 Rib:  Fine red holographic tinsel. Body:  Claret seals fur. Wing Buds:  Natural CDC feathers (at least 5) Legs:  Knotted pheasant [...]

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Carew’s Olive Buzzer Video

The materials needed for this patten are as follows: Hook:  Size to suit B100 or B110 for heavier flies (the example is tied on a size 10 B100) Silk:   8/0 olive Breathers: Antron fibres (Optional) Body:  Clear flexi floss or span flex. Rib: Stripped Peacock eye fibre Wing Buds:  Orange dyed goose biots. Varnish with [...]

By |2018-10-06T19:11:32+01:00May 20th, 2013|Flies|0 Comments

Catching Sea Trout

An Article by Alun Rees Although Seatrout are caught in daylight using a variety of methods, the most enjoyable and by far the most productive method used to catch this elusive fish is with the fly at night. To the initiated, this is quite an obvious statement. Night-time is when Seatrout come out to play [...]

By |2018-10-06T19:08:34+01:00May 20th, 2013|Beginners|0 Comments

Starting Fishing For Sea Trout

An Article by Alun Rees. Before I discuss tackle and tactics, I feel it's necessary that I should first discuss the intended quarry. In military terms, it would be described as 'Know your enemy' or in this case, know your sea trout! The more knowledge you have about your chosen quarry, the better prepared you'll [...]

By |2018-10-06T19:02:59+01:00May 20th, 2013|Beginners|0 Comments

How to Set up Your Reel, Line and Leader Video’s

I have put together a number of video clips to show you how to do the following. This is for both novice and experienced fisher alike. I say this as I personally never stop learning about fishing every time I go out on the water. 1.  Attach the backing line to the reel spool. [...]

By |2018-10-06T18:57:45+01:00May 20th, 2013|Beginners|0 Comments

The Shuttle or Parallel Weave

This article is not about a specific pattern but it is all about a versatile body weave which can be used to form two-tone bodies very quickly(once you have mastered the technique and practised it lots) which still have a segmented appearance. I would suggest that you get used to the technique slowly and on the [...]

By |2018-10-06T18:45:22+01:00May 20th, 2013|Flies|0 Comments