Becoming more efficient at tying is something we all work towards, it doesn’t matter how many hundreds of hours you invest there will always be something out there to learn.
The first time someone gave me a “blob” pattern to try I didn’t know if I should put it on the end of my line or in the garbage. What on earth could possibly drive a fish that lives solely … Read More
Nets are often an overlooked piece of equipment in the fly fishing world. Believe it or not there are a lot of nets on the market that are not safe for catch and release fish handling practices. Here’s a few … Read More
Fly tying can be a patience testing, time consuming hobby, but there are little ways to make it a bit easier on you. When I first began doing small commercial tying orders around 19 years old, I learned very quickly … Read More
Peacock herl is a great material for an array of flies but often becomes too bulky & hard to glue without ruining its iridescence. One use for peacock herl that is often overlooked is stripping the fibres and using the … Read More
Below the surface of the water on any of our interior lakes, there are a smorgasbord of options for fish to enjoy at any given part of the season. The tricky part is knowing how, when and why to imitate … Read More