Here’s the current installation in a continuous series of videos called “ One-Minute Fly-Tying Tips and Strategies” from Tim Flagler of Tightline Productions Each video teaches a single connecting ability, from one of the most standard to the advanced. Eventually, the series will work as a sort of encyclopedia of connecting abilities that will be an important resource for anybody who takes a seat at a vise to develop a fly.
Gel-spun polyethylene (G.S.P.) thread is exceptionally strong and slick, that makes it ideal for spinning deer hair, however it can be a substantial discomfort in the butt to utilize. In this terrific video, Tim Flagler describes the advantages of utilizing GSP thread and reveals you how to handle its wacky functions– its slipperiness, the problem of sufficing, and the method the filaments can separate. When you have actually mastered these techniques, connecting with GSP is no issue at all.