Fly Tying

Enhance your fly fishing experience with these creative fly tying ideas. Learn how to tie your own flies and catch more fish on your next adventure.
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As fly tiers, we pride ourselves on the reward of catching fish on flies we tied ourselves. But what about catching fish on flies we tied ourselves using tools we made ourselves? I think taking tying to this next level deepens our connections to the humble origins of our craft and strengthens ourself-reliance as anglers.

Diane Terrell
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Fishing, the sport of catching fish, freshwater or saltwater, typically with rod, line, and hook. Like hunting, fishing originated as a means of providing food for survival. Fishing as a sport, however, is of considerable antiquity. An Egyptian angling scene from about 2000 bce shows figures

The Zane
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10 Essential Fly Patterns For Trout Patterns that work, flies that holds up Guy Clark said it best. Classics and old-standbys are things that are proven, time-tested and true. In trout fishing, there are thousands of variations of effective fly patterns. Among those, certain patterns have reached near legendary status. In this post, we discuss ten of the most trusted fly patterns to include in your trout arsenal and how to fish them. 1. PARACHUTE ADAMS The Parachute Adams (PA) is truly a…

Tom Witowski

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