|03-02-2003 06:36 AM|
i have a new photo of a fly, that`s called breadfly. you find it in the "Worldwide Flyfishing Discussion" forum. the thread is called "breadfly", too.
|02-28-2003 03:04 PM|
|SDHflyfisher||marc that is not the bread fly that i have seen but the fly in your "foto" looks like spun and clipped deer hair|
|02-27-2003 06:45 PM|
Here'a a link to an online article about flyfishing for carp. It's a great article with plenty of useful information. It even mentions using a bread fly and has a drawing of one, but it does not have a photo or tying instructions.
Here is the main page for the article:
Here is the page with the bread fly:
Hope this helps! Please come back and report your results!
edit: By the way, if you do a search for carp on this site you will find some good information. There are several members here that enjoy flyfishing for carp.
|02-27-2003 04:35 AM|
okay, photo was wrong.
i must say that i don`t know if the fly that i mean in englisch breadfly is. in german it`s "brotfliege" and i have it one on one translated. this fly is used for carp fishing and is so successful that it is on some waters in germany not permitted. i have one photo, but i don`t know of this is a good one.
if anybody else knows information over the breadfly or have a foto of it send a reply. thanks.
|02-26-2003 06:08 PM|
|SDHflyfisher||i know a little german but forgot a lot of it and foto is spelled photo to my knowledge all a bread fly is fly tying straw cut|
|02-26-2003 08:35 AM|
i have one question. and i hope my english is good enough for this. does anybody have a foto of a "breadfly"? and perhaps a discription to build it?