Fly tying recipes, videos, and goodies we love.
Orvis Safe Passage Fly Tying Kit Bag-$129.00 of Awesomeness! “Fly tying work spaces often look as though a tornado has gone right through the middle of our feathers, furs, and other tying material. It doesn’t take long for our fly tying workspace to be scattered about. The Orvis Safe Passage Fly Tyer’s Kit Bag is.. read more →
“When it comes to tying your own flies one of the critical ‘tools’ would be the vice. A person has lots of choices. Everything from a vice grip clamped to a table to a very ornate complicated devise even I don’t know what all the ‘du-dads’ are for. Some where in the middle however will be a.. read more →
YUP! It’s that time of the year. We anglers that “lose-em in the summer” & “tie-em” in the winter have begun. We have started to replace the flies, gone to fish, stream side shrubbery and friends. For some of us it is a passion and a pleasure to seduce trout with our own creation… read more →
Me too! Barbecue, baked, broiled & broasted. However the edible critter is not what I am referring to. Those of us who “lose ’em in the summer and tie ’em in the winter” know of what I speak. That incredibly beautiful, genetically spectacular, OMG bird of valuable feathers. The hen gives us the softer with more.. read more →
The cold and high water found here in the Missouri River, now flowing at 8,670 CFS with a temperature of 51 degrees, is allowing the fish to be very active and feisty. When a fish is hooked expect a fun fight starting with a very long and strong run right after the hook set. Here.. read more →