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  Fishing Lures
A fly lure or Fly, or "pattern", in terms of sport fishing and fly fishing, is an artificial lure tied, most commonly, with thread, feathers, and fur, but may also include, lead (for weight), ribbon, tinsel, beads and other assorted materials.
A wet fly is traditionally fished in a down and across swing - the fly line is cast across the stream and the current carries it in a downstream arc until the line is directly downstream of the fisherman - "on the dangle".
Certain fly lures such as streamers may be used with a normal sport fishing rod, but a special and much softer fly fishing rod is required for most fly fishing.
www.huntstats.com /fishing.lures.html   (1425 words)

 Fly lure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A fly lure, Fly, or "pattern," in the terminology of sport fishing and fly fishing, is an artificial lure tied, most commonly, with thread, feathers, and fur, but may also include lead (for weight), ribbon, tinsel, beads, and other assorted materials.
The term "fly lure" is not in use in the United States, where a lure is considered distinct from an artificial fly.
Fly tying is a common practice in fly fishing, considered by many anglers an important part of the fly fishing experience.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fly_lure   (1218 words)

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Fruit fly scientists have identified effective male lures or para-pheromones that are attractive to the male fruit fly.
Each lure is specific to a fruit fly group or, in some cases, a certain species of fruit flies.
Flies are attracted to odor components in the lure that are sometimes related to their food hosts.
www.extento.hawaii.edu /fruitfly/testsite/att202.html   (707 words)

 Alex Langer's Flying Lure Fishing -- Chapter 3
If you want the lure to make a soft landing in the water to minimize the splash when fish are spooky, simply stop the line with your hand when the lure is about a foot over the water and about to land.
Using a Flying Lure, she outfished him eight bass to one that day because the fish had to be teased out from under the moss and wouldn’t take normal plastic lures, or anything else.
The four-inch lure is primarily used for largemouth and smallmouth bass, walleye, pike, pickerel, muskies, and large crap­pie.
www.flyinglure.com /Lure03.html   (5126 words)

 Fly tying - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To produce a successful fly pattern, a fly-tyer needs to be familiar with a variety of tools and materials, as well as numerous creatures that inhabit a river, stream, or lake.
The term nymph is a type of wet fly that imitates the immature form of an aquatic insect such as the mayfly, damselfly, and dragonfly.
Other fly patterns are tied as wet flies in order to represent different subsurface aquatic creatures such as leeches, crawfish, freshwater shrimp, baby sunfish, or immature game fish such as trout or bass.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fly_tying   (942 words)

 Heddon Fly Rod Colors on TackleCollecting.com
Heddon fly rod lures, like Heddon baits, are lures "that will catch fish." The "Wilder-Dilg" lures, were designed by B.F. Wilder and Will Dilg, two world-famous anglers of a past generation - and are dear to hearts of oldtimers.
Fly Casting lure with solid cork body finished with Heddon superior enamel.
When it is desired to troll or fish deep holes, the lure can be made to go to any desired depth by placing one or more split shot a foot or so ahead of it.
www.tacklecollecting.com /heddonflyrodlures.htm   (1117 words)

 Citrus: The lure of fly tying
Though he never has fished with a fly rod, my son absolutely loves the look of a well-wound fly and has collected quite a few while attending different fishing shows and gatherings.
Fly tying requires much patience and practice in the beginning to become good.
Matching flies to Mother Nature's complex array of food sources is how fly anglers pursue their quarry, but even beginners using the most basic of patterns can produce results.
www.sptimes.com /News/110400/Citrus/The_lure_of_fly_tying.shtml   (873 words)

 Fly vs Spinning - Fly Tying
With a fly you can let it drift with the current just as if it was a real piece of food drifting down stream.
I think any fly angler with enough experience can do as well as those who just use the conventional tackle if the conditions are favorable.
For example, fishing on a day with 30 mph winds, the fly tackle is at considerable disadvantage, and even light spinning tackle would be difficult.
www.flytyingforum.com /index.php?showtopic=198   (1057 words)

 EEK! - Nature Notes - Fly Fishing
Fly fishing is a fun way to catch bluegills, trout, bass and many other kinds of fish that live in Wisconsin waters.
Fly fishing is not too difficult to learn, but it does help to read up on the sport and practice with an experienced angler.
Fly fishing is a little different than fishing with a spinning rod and reel.
www.dnr.state.wi.us /org/caer/ce/eek/nature/flyfishin1.htm   (373 words)

 New Page 1
Dan Blanton's fly-fishing Bulletin board is one of the most popular and well respected of all the fly fishing forums and has had more than six million visitors to date and averages more than three thousand visitors a day.
If you like to travel to great fly fishing destinations, are interested in joining hosted groups lead by Dan Blanton and his friends, or are just interested in reading about some of the best angling destinations, then you need to tune into the Angling Destinations page.
Fly Fishing Slide Shows for clubs and other organizations are always in demand.
www.danblanton.com   (742 words)

 Match the Hatch for Shad, by Brian M. Wiprud
Very doubtful [that shad think flies are plankton.] The size of shad prey is generally much smaller than the size of the lures commonly used.
But maybe actually the size of the shad lures are not that much different than other shad prey such as mysids, krill, and sand shrimp that may reach 5-6 mm in length.
Since shad will strike at lures during this time and will feed on insect hatches if they occur it may be that the proper food does not exist for shad on the freshwater spawning areas.
www.flyfisherman.com /northeast/bwshad/index.html   (2244 words)

 The Wet Fly
The wet fly is a representation of the underwater stages of many numbers of insects.
The wet fly -unlike the dry fly- may be fished down stream, upstream or crossways and with little or no action imparted by the rod.
However, as a rule the cast should be made diagonally across stream and the fly allowed to drift down stream with the current, only when the line starts to drag should the rod tip be used to bring life to the fly.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/art_fly_fishing/84528   (481 words)

 Salt Water Prawn Fly Lure
I usually insert the hook into my fly tying vice and then lightly coat the shank with superglue, from just behind the eye to a point at the start of the bend of the hook opposite the barb.
The head and eyes of the fly are above the bend of the hook, while the tail of the shrimp covers the eye.
Take a pair of the mono eyes which you made earlier and scrape the lower two thirds of their stalks with a sharp blade to roughen and slightly taper the surface furthest away from the ball head.
www.fishingdartmouth.co.uk /prawn_fly.htm   (1837 words)

 Fishing Club, St Georges Basin :: About Basin Lure And Fly Anglers Inc
Dave is an extremely active member of the club who is more than happy to share his wealth of knowledge in using lure and fly to catch fish species such as bream, tailor, whiting, trevally, estuary perch and flathead as well as many others.
Up to date information on new lure and fly’s available in the marketplace are also discussed during these meetings.
This allows Ladies and Kids to catch fish on bait as well as lure and fly and is great to bring a family atmosphere to the club.
www.basinlureandfly.org.au /about.php   (411 words)

 Fly Control Supplies - Fly zappers and Fly traps.
Fly Control & Fly killing equipment - Our fly control includes fly killers and fly traps, and fly sprays designed for homes, offices, restaurants, food handling establishments, kennels, stables and other commercial places where flies, and other flying insects, congregate causing a nuisance and a health risk.
The Exocuter and Insectaflash are ideal fly control units, perfect for any environment where a quality electronic fly killer is required at a competitive price.
We have two types of Glue Board Fly Traps, Both are ideal for public areas such as restaurants, bars, homes and other indoor uses.
www.fly-control-supplies.com   (273 words)

 Fly killing equipment from Flowtron and P&L Systems. Great for homes, restaurants and food handling places
Fly Control - All our fly killer equipment is designed for restaurants, food handling establishments, kennels, stables and other places where flies, and other flying insects, congregate causing a nuisance and a health risk.
or wherever flies are a threat to health and sanitation codes, and where the use of chemicals is dangerous, undesirable or banned......
Lure: Three x 40-watt, "U" shaped high-intensity fl light bulbs.
www.fly-control-supplies.com /Flykillers.htm   (641 words)

 Aussiefly has weekly Weipa fly fishing reports from Tropical Australia, the fishing Paradise
The run-off from the late wet season has seen the best barra action in the rivers that I’ve witnessed for at least a couple of years with heaps of barra ‘boofing’ bait in many areas, particularly on the last of the run out tide.
We’ve had some great barra action in the Hey, Embley and Pine, with 3 of the lure casters from the doctors group scoring around 35 barra, 8 jacks and plenty of archer fish during a hectic session early last week.
The mangrove jacks have been taking a few lures home with them, with most of the fish measuring from low to high 40’s.
www.aussiefly.com.au /weipa.htm   (603 words)

 Columnist finds the source of a successful lure in Fernley (printable version)
The original wiggle-action mini-lure that eventually lead to the development of the Frisky Fly lure in 1973 was the creation of Walt Rogers of Springfield, Ore. Rogers had fashioned the original prototype from a toothbrush handle a few years before.
Both types of lures are made of colored plastic pellets that are melted and injected into different sized metal molds that hold the proper size hook.
The lure is very versatile in that it can be trolled, cast or used with fly fishing gear.
www.rgj.com /news/printstory.php?id=31500   (953 words)

 Fly Rod
The paper is in good condition and the flies are in poor to good condition.
The flies look like they are in very good condition.
The box and flies are in very good condition.
fishingcollectables.com /fly_rod_lures.htm   (836 words)

 Fly Glue Traps/Trap and Fly Zappers for House Flys, Black Flys, Drain Flies and Fruit Flies
This fly trap is the first range of commercial insect killers to be designed around the glue board.
Nuisance flies are drawn to the strip by a triple-action attractant.
In high fly populations or in enclosed structures use 1 Quick Strike per 100 feet.
www.doyourownpestcontrol.com /flycont.htm   (1176 words)

 Maryland Saltwater Fly Fishing
A tip to remember that I have found to be most reliable the past several days is when the water is super clear with bright skies, downsizing your lure or fly will increase your chances of catching.
When possible try to position your boat so that your casting into the direction of the sun or if the sun is to your back make longer casts and to the side of the area your targeting.
The most productive lure lately has proven to be a 4" white or pearl twister tail or a 5" white "Cactus Striper Fly" (also considered a crystal-bugger).
www.sefly.com /rpt7.htm   (364 words)

 Success Controlling Medfly / July 21, 2005 / News from the USDA Agricultural Research Service
A lure developed by the Agricultural Research Service and Suterra LLC is helping keep the Mediterranean fruit fly out of the United States and giving other countries an effective, environmentally friendly control method.
Spanish plant health agencies have found mass-trapping with the lure is as effective as insecticides at controlling medfly damage without leaving pesticide residues on fruit or harming beneficial insects.
BioLure 3-Component Fruit Fly Lure is a combination of three compounds: ammonium acetate, putrescine and trimethylamine.
www.ars.usda.gov /is/pr/2005/050721.htm   (396 words)

 Allakhazam.com: Final Fantasy XI
If you had a high level clothcraft i bet you could just sit around all day desynthing Fly lures into blocks of animal glue and make 10k like it was nothing.
Fly Lure is listing as a level 21 clothcraft recipe on Killing Ifrit:
lists fly lure as becoming a trivial clothcrafting skill at level 30.
ffxi.allakhazam.com /db/item.html?fitem=2182   (701 words)

 New fruit fly synthetic lure holds promise
Dec 6, 2003 12:00 PM An Agricultural Research Service scientist and cooperators are developing a new lure that could increase the capture of Anastrepha fruit flies that attack a variety of citrus and other crops in North and South America.
The lure was developed jointly by researchers at ARS' Kika de la Garza Subtropical Agricultural Research Center in Weslaco, Texas, and at IPM Tech Inc. of Portland, Ore. It has surpassed expectations, both for attractiveness and longevity in the field.
This new synthetic lure may be a promising basis for mass trapping or use at bait stations or kill stations to control Anastrepha species.
westernfarmpress.com /mag/farming_new_fruit_fly/index.html   (325 words)

 Riverdeep.net: Teaching the News: The Art of Fly-Fishing
Fly-fishing uses tiny yarn and feather lures that resemble actual flies in order to trick fish into thinking that there is a meal at the end of the line.
A fly-fisherman casts the line so that the lure lands delicately on the water just as a fly would.
The path and landing of the line are important, in order to convince the fish that the lure is a real fly.
www.riverdeep.net /current/2000/05/front.230500.flyfishing.jhtml   (546 words)

 Saltwater Fly Tying: Mirror Lure, Joe Branham's Saltwater Flies and Fly Tying Materials Catalog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Mirror Lure saltwater fly is named after the old Mirror Lure plug used with convential tackle in saltwater.
It is the fly fishers version of this plug and a very good fly for numerous species.
This is a very good attractor type saltwater fly that needs serious consideration asnan additional to your saltwater fly arsenal.
www.branhamssaltwaterflytying.com /store/flies/mirrorlure.asp   (115 words)

 Fishing Charter - Calm Water Day Charters - River / Estuary Lure And Fly Fishing
Lure and fly fishing in our magnificent jungle clad rivers and mangrove lined estuaries is the way to go.
All quality tackle is provided, both spinning and overhead reels matched to light 3 to 6 kilo top range rods, or 8-9 WT fly outfits, sinking tippets preferred with 4-6" streamer flies.
Accurate casting of a 6 inch Gold Bomber lure or fly will usually entice a crashing strike from barramundi, GT's, mangrove jack, flathead and even barracuda in the salt water sections.
www.fishingcairns.com.au /page4-8a.html   (658 words)

 Durango Area Fly Fishing Chart
Fly & lure fm Lightner Creek to Purple Ciffs, 2 fish 16" min.
Fly & lure only - 2 fish limit upstream from Weminuche boundary
Fly & lure only - 2 fish limit lower CG to Piedra bridge - Huge Salmon fly pop.
www.creativelinks.com /recreat/chart.htm   (215 words)

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