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Holger Lachmann

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  1. Tungsten Bead Caddis Pupa. This Pupa looks quite natural, but it is not to complicated to tie. Materials: Body: Stretch Flex colored with marker pens Legs: Pheasant Wings: Pheasant Wing Case: Pheasant Thorax: Siman Peacock Dubbing brown Weight: Tungsten Bead black Hook: Demmon Fly Hook DGE 300 BL
  2. THx for your kind words. It is a DSLR, but not a really fancy one. Just using a good 60mm macro lens. The exposure time is quite long and all settings are manually made. The light is not very bright. I just learned by try and error how to do the settings right. If you got a proper light set up, you will get good results very quickly.
  3. No studio Eric, I take my photos on my tying table. I just put a piece of paper in the background. Very basic.
  4. Thx! To be honest, I've just used my tying light. I don't have a special light set up.
  5. How do you like your emerger patterns? WIth a slim, clear profile or fuzzy? or
  6. Hi guys, I've done another step by step tutorial about a nice moving streamer, which I personally really like to fish. You can find it here on my blog: http://theonefly.com/?p=1719 Maybe you like it as much as I do. All the best Holger
  7. Hi! I've done a step by step for a baitfish pattern tied on a tube. It swimms well and when you touch bottom, you can replace the hook easily. You can find the step by step here on my blog: http://theonefly.com/?p=1419 I hope you like it! Tight lines Holger
  8. Thank you very much for your kind words Martin and Rocco!
  9. Hi! I've done a step by step tutorial of an easy to tie mini sculpin pattern, which worked really well for me. Hopefully it's usefull for you. You can find the step by step here: http://theonefly.com/?p=906 tight lines Holger www.theonefly.com
  10. Hi folks! Maybe this step by step tutorial of the Baltic Candy below is useful and/or interesting for you. You can find it here: http://theonefly.com/ tight lines Holger
  11. Hi, I´ve tied a pattern close to the bugger. Maybe you could call it a bugger. My goal was to solve the problem with long fox, which wind around the hook bend while casting. Especially, when you try to cast quite far against heavy wind, like we do when we fish for seatrout in the baltic sea. I named it Wiggle-Fox. The technique is well known when tying nymphs, like mayfly nymphs, but I don´t know a pattern which was tied like this for seatrout. Materials: Gamakatsu F314 # 6 a hook shank mono for ripping (I use fluorocarbon) mono for the connection marble fox SLF dubbing mixed with SLF Prism crystal flash Keough grizzly saltwater cape tungsten bead Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us
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