Green Highlander. One of those patterns you either love or hate. It has an unusual color scheme which is probably the reason why it has become so popular. It’s one

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Bergman Fontinalis. An interesting pattern tied in honor of Ray Bergman as the name obviously suggests. Bergman’s friend Phil Armstrong designed and named the pattern and it’s part of the

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Aglaia.  Known in the Greek mythology as one of the three graces, daughters of Zeus, Aglaia was the goddess of beauty, splendor and glory. This pattern comes from Edward Fitzgibbon’s “The

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H.S.C. Classic Salmon Fly Challenge 2016 The biggest classic fly tying competition is upon us again. Deadline 25th of January 2016. Enter to win over 1000€ worth of prizes. For

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Olive Witch. This is my favorite modification of Carrie Stevens pattern I’ve done. It’s of course a color variant of the famous Golden Witch that we’ve featured before. Sorry about

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Pitcroy Fancy (variant).  An old photo I found when digging through the collection and thought it would be a good pattern to share. The Pitcroy Fancy is pretty simple yet

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Ghost Minnow – Step by step. I thought I would open up the tying process a bit of the Ghost Perch posted previously but instead do it with a minnow

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Ghost Perch I’m always trying out new materials to improve my flies. One element that I constantly felt was missing from my streamers was translucency. No matter how sparse and

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Royal Coachman. Originally a variant of course from the Coachman wet fly was commercialized and named by the Orvis family in the last quarter of the 19th century. The red

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Raven with hackle wings Here’s a slight variation of Brad Burdens steelhead spey pattern developed for the Oregon rivers. Bob Veverkas book on spey flies has been a huge source

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