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

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