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Saltwater Flies

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Jo Stephenson, who reached the semifinals of the BBC's "The Big Fish" has created a selection of great looking predator flies. Here she presents four saltwater flies and carefully shows you all the techniques and materials needed so that you too can tie them.

 
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This is a clouser style fly that is simple to tie. It uses long flowing material called Nyatt combined with a heavy head. It is designed to emulate a sandeel and is ideal for targeting pollock and sea bass.  
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This is a simple streamlined fly that emulates a baitfish, it can be tied in a variety of colours and sizes, and is ideal when targeting sea bass and sea trout.
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I designed this fly for a friend of mine who was off to Cuba to fish for Tarpon. It can be tied in any combination of colours but I chose purple and black to emulate the baitfish to be found in the Caribbean.  
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This imitation pattern is tied on a tube rather than a hook. It combines natural materials in the tail that create movement in the water, and a nifty use of tubing to create the head. Seabass can't resist it.  

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