|19th Century Salmon Flies|
19th Century Salmon Fliesby Davie McPhail Davie McPhail has supplied us with a great article this month and is so visually stunning we felt words were not need. This collection of over 70 photos are authentic salmon flies from the 1800's. While these flies are amazingly beautiful it is obvious that ... read more
Ever wonder how fully dressed salmon fly goes from a bare iron to a masterpiece? Well here is an inside look from a Master, Shawn Mitchell.
If you are like me you shudder at the mere thought of spending $55 on a fly tying bobbin which is the exact reason I launched GCO. I am excited to announce the addition of the new GreenCaddis GC60 fly tying bobbin to the growing selection of fly boxes, hooks and scissors I already offer. […]
A set of ten impressive salmon flies from the vise of Shawn Mitchell
OPST’s newest fly tying video on how to Tie Jerry French’s Skinny Hoh fly. The Skinny Hoh is a slimmed-down version of Jerry French’s Dirty Hoh, a cross between an intruder and a string leech. It features composite loops, which Jerry uses to put multiple materials in a dubbing loop for a totally unique look and action. This video gives a great step by step instruction to the composite loop, as well as the twisted hitch, Jerry’s way of securing a hook to a rabbit strip so that it will never come loose or foul.
Friends team up for tailing Redfish and some blue lining for mountain trout
Late summer/ fall False Albacore have a feeding frenzy on the southern coast of North Carolina. Here is my view of one weekend mid-October 2013.
The hunt for the perfect Ostrich plume is over, thanks to OPST (Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics)
Check out this massive tube fly streamer using Hedron Falshabou
This is perhaps the best review I have ever received from a customer for any GCO product. After such an investment of both time and resources it is rewarding to see customers appreciating both the aesthetics and value of products such as the Ruby River Fiberglass Fly Rod which literally cost half of other comparable […]
I am very excited to announce that the first shipment of Ruby River fiberglass fly rods have arrived. Those that purchased rods should start receiving email shipping confirmations this evening. It may take a day or two for all order to ship so your patience is appreciated. If you were waiting for the shipment to […]
GEOBASS is a new epic adventure series following four expedition anglers on an around the world ultimate bass slam journey. GEOBASS episode 1 takes place in Colombia for Peacock Bass.
Dally’s Ozark Fly Fisher guide and Umpqua Fly Designer Chad Johnson shows a neat trick for a slender version in four must have colors.
I am happy to announce that I just received a large shipments of hooks in this week. Just in time to help finish up filling your fly boxes before opening day! Click Here for More Info
Matt Grobert and Tightlines Productions team up on a very detailed video on how to tie a red quill. There are some great detailed tips around the winging and the quill body.
A winter themed Hatches Theater with Headhunters fly shop, Scientific Angler, and steelhead