|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
A great breakdown of light properties and how light impacts color and treatment of fly tying materials.
3 great videos showcase some Bass, Musky, and Guide Profiles.
Loop Akademi Fly Dresser Stuart Foxall demonstrates how to tie his Calvin Shrimp.
A review of the Korkers Devils Canyon boot, proving you don’t have to sacrifice performance for a lighter and more comfortable wading boot.
A great articulated pattern that teaches the foundations for endless size and color combos for a variety of fish.
For most of the country we are settling into unprecedented cold temps for this time of year which for me officially kicks off fly tying season. To get your tying season started properly I am giving you 10% off your next hook purchase PLUS with a hook purchase you will receive free shipping(within the United […]
It is not every day I find a special stream like this with such robust wild brookies and indescribable beauty below the surface. Brook trout have lost a tremendous amount of habitat and genetic diversity to urbanization and excessive fish stocking. Please support and speak up for wild rivers and wild fish conservation.
Detailed instructions on tying the Smoke Jumper.
I tend to spend a lot of my summer in a very magical and special place. Home to some of Idaho’s most aggressive and beautiful species, the Bull and Cutthroat trout. Here are some frames from a few fishy weekends in the mountains.
Detailed instructions for tying a Pheasant Tail Euro Nymph.
Need a new pair of scissors for fly tying season? I am currently running a 50% off sale for all of my scissors. This sale ends Sunday November 2nd at midnight. click here for more info
Some photos of Huchen fishing in Slovenia
A very versatile baitfish fly. Not only are the color combos endless, but size up or down for your application.
Some amazing mayfly footage and a the story of climate impact in Wisconsin
Peter and Ben show you why they call it “Unicorn Valley”