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Tying a High water RAB

Sunday, 25 July 2010 13:57
TYING A PERFECT HIGH WATER RAB History The RAB is one of the classically wide-hackle dry flies, where the great width of the hackle is the essence of the fly’s uniqueness. It’s generally from the dry fly family of Skaters and Variants, patterns that go back to William Baigent in…

Tying the Zak

Sunday, 11 July 2010 12:57
TYING THE ZAK An all-purpose, medium-weighted Zak. Note the touch of black tying thread just under the tail. This tells me the fly is medium, not heavily weighted Introduction You want at least one mayfly nymph that is a dark-coloured all-purpose pattern, the sort of fly you can safely tie…
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