|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
Jerry French is a true steelhead fly tying innovator. He shares his vast knowledge of the construction and benefits of composite dubbing loops that is applicable to any style of tying
Summertime is Terrestrial time. There is no mistake on how effective a ant can be when fished under an overhanging tree or bank. This pattern not only offers a good “SPLAT” on contact with water, it also offers a solid profile construction and durability to fish all day.
Listen to Famous Swedish fly tyer Mikael Frödin details what he thinks makes a “great fly”
A great nymph pattern that will allow any tier to create a realistic nymph.
The Balmoral is an iconic Dee fly. Here Davie McPhail shows a detailed tutorial of its construction.
A great nymph pattern that not only looks great but is durable. Color and size can be easily adapted to meet local conditions and bugs.
Morten Bundgaard offers his take on this classic salmon fly, with modern materials and construction on a tube.
Follow along as a group of friends camp, fish, and explore while another groups explores swamps in Norway for Pike.
Davie McPhail shows an innovate fly with a very unique tailing method.
After a Christmas season that completely decimated my inventory I am happy to announce I have received a few shipments in this week. I now have all three sizes of Ruby River Fly Rods(still on sale for $99.95) in stock as well as the return of many of the popular sizes of my fly tying […]
A three-part video of Blane Chocklett giving detailed instructions for tying his T-bone Musky fly
This film examines the value of the Skeena River and its fish, and the steadily growing risks it faces to development and energy transportation proposals.
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.