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  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLTb3KKaCoA Here's my how-to tutorial on tying the Moc's Cert Moc's Cert is named for Moc Morgan, legendary fly fisher of West Wales The pattern was concocted by his friends from all the best features of successful sewin flies Accordingly, the Moc's Cert has proven to be a most effective pattern Let me know if you have any questions!
  2. https://youtu.be/tBio0V0vk9k Click here to see my video demonstration for tying a Lumi Fly, to catch Sewin at night The Lumi Fly is a luminous night-time pattern developed for the sewin, or seatrout. It fishes by its own light after charging with a torch. The fly is visible as it swings across the current. When the light goes out - strike! Hook: Kamasan B180 Low Water Salmon Hook; sizes 10 - 4 Thread: Black Rib: Fine gold Danvilles wire Body: Flyman Lumi tape Wing: Dyed black squirrel tail, extending just beyond the hook bend If you have any questions I'd be happy to answer them!
  3. It has been a passion for many a year to tie realistic shrimps i think that i'm getting close, what do you think? this one is a Polar Magic Shrimp V 2.0 thread: mono clear eyes : Magic shrimp eyes mouthparts: mallard horn: Polar bear dubbing: polar bear wool legs: oval silicone rubber 0.5mm schell: thinskin dotted light olive unterneath: Loon UV glue clear on top : Loon soft varnish you can see more ultralistic flies at www.seatroufisher.com or join my FB group seatroutfisher
  4. HEY! I`m new in this forum, and just wanted to say hey! I live in Norway, Steinkjer, and work as a photographer. For most of the time i fish for sea trout and cod. Especially in the wintertime when everybody else is sitting in the couch watching tv I tie mostly saltwater patterns, but some freshwater flies. I am attaching some pictures, last picture is taken out of our window. Check out my blog: www.joachimwiig.tumblr.com And my website: www.cafotografer.com
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