Whip Finishing Instructions

Whip Finishing Instructions

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  1. Hold the Whip Finish Tool in your hand trapping the ball located just above the handle between thumb and index finger. (This prevents the tool from turning.) While holding the tool in this manner, position the head of the tool on tying thread as shown in Figure 1.
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Tying with Deer Hair

Tying with Deer Hair

Part 1 – The Tools

A quick primer on the tools you’ll need if you want to start tying deer hair bugs for bass, pike and other predators. This video covers thread, essential tools and some optional extras. GSP Thread, heavy duty scissors, double edged razor blades, hair packers, leg pullers hair stackers, hot tip and the bend-a-blade.

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An Introduction to Fly Tying

An Introduction to Fly Tying

For the benefit of new members who want to have some details about fly tying. This article is by no means definitive. It offers a brief overview of some of the equipment, materials and definitions regarding fly tying.

Should new members wish they can attend the Club Fly Tie nights and learn more about fly tying and be shown the various techniques referred to.

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Lefty Kreh & Bob Clouser Demonstrate Whip Finishing

Lefty Kreh & Bob Clouser Demonstrate Whip Finishing

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This segment is from the DVD 50 Years Behind the Vise – the best introduction to fly tying techniques ever produced. It features world famous fly fishermen Lefty Kreh & Bob Clouser, who have over 60 years combined experience tying flies for fresh and salt water fishing.

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Hand Whip Finishing

Hand Whip Finishing

The Hand Whip Finish is a great technique to master. Once you master the Hand Whip Finish, you will have a deep understanding of how the whip finish knot works.

The Hand Whip Finish allows you to quickly finish off a fly, without the aid of the Whip finisher Tool.

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Weed Guards, Freshwater

Weed Guards, Freshwater

The Freshwater Weed Guard is most commonly used on bass flies and mouse patterns. But it is not only used on freshwater flies, it is often used on redfish spoon flies as well. The freshwater weed guard is considered a heavy duty weed guard, used in heavy weeds and cover.
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