Fly Tying: General
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Fly Tying Irish Style
The conditions of Loch style fly fishing in Ireland has created a unique style of fly tying. Stevie Munn offers his ten favorite wet flies in his DVD video. Here is our review.
"Sometimes, even fly fishers get tunnel vision and continue down that tunnel blinded by what is considered the norm where their flies are concerned. Maybe it is time to break out of the norm and see what happens." Saltwater expert Joe Branham provides his thoughts.
Fly Pattern Classifications - A Brief Overv
For the angler who is just beginning to learn about fly fishing, hearing about things such as dry flies, nymphs, and streamers can be confusing. What do these terms all mean? In a nutshell, they refer to a general method of classifying the fly patterns based on what they might represent and how they are fished. Let's take a look.
Make Your Own Bobbin Threaders & Cleaners
Have problems threading your bobbin? It may need cleaning. Here's an article on how to easily make your own bobbin cleaners and threaders. Quick and simple.
Working With Marabou
Joe Branham offers tips for working with marabou and saltwater fly tying..
Designing Trout Flies
Gary Borger is one of the best known and respected fly tyers and instructors of our day. In this article, he discusses his own designs and the reasons for them.
Diptera - Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Resource Web Site
Diptera is a complete online resource for fly fishing and fly tying. 100ís of fly patterns including full colour photos and fly tying instructions.
Kilroy's Fly Tying Page
It may not be visually appealing, but it is one of the most comprehensive and information filled fly tying sites on the Web
Tips and Tricks
Davy Wotton's tips and tricks for several fly tying techniques will certainly be of use to anyone who ties flies.