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Tying With Marabou

by Fly Fisherman 0

  Tying with marabou is one of the most beautiful, useful natural materials available to fly tiers. Use it to… more »

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Tube Flies For Steelhead

by Jay Nichols 1

By: Jay Nichols Tube flies—flies tied on metal or plastic tubes rather than the shank of a hook—have been around since… more »

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Finishing Flies Using Permanent Waterproof Markers

by Charlie Craven 0

Fly tying, when done well, is often referred to as an art—so it comes as no surprise to me that… more »

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Fly Tying Craven Mole Fly

by Charlie Craven 1

When I think of the Mole Fly, I can’t help but remember the adage that you can’t judge a book… more »

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2012 Tippet Shootout

by James Anderson 8

Lee Wulff was once asked, “What is the greatest improvement you’ve seen in fly fishing?” His reply, “The tippet.” In… more »

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Craven’s Speed Bench Fly Tying

by Charlie Craven 4

As a longtime commercial fly tier, I’m used to people marveling about how fast I am at fly tying. Truth… more »

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Bucktail Bodies

by Paul Weamer 1

When you spend years working in a fly shop, you become callous to the many items that surround you. I… more »

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Fly Tying The Gonga

by Charlie Craven 2

There are few things as fun as throwing a big streamer from a moving boat. The repetitive rhythm of “cast,… more »

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Eastern March Browns

by Paul Weamer 0

Marching Orders Eastern March Browns are found predominately from the Eastern United States to the Upper Midwest. Western March Browns… more »

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The Home Invader

by Doug Mcknight 12

  Tying Steps Big fish eat streamers for mostly two reasons: hunger or territoriality, and many times both. In the… more »

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