The Baron One of the legendary patterns from T.E Pryce-Tannat’s book How to Dress Salmon Flies. I took some artistic freedom with the excecution but here’s the pattern as described
The Baron from T.E. Pryce-Tannatt step by step
The Silver Grey Silver Grey is one of the flies that has had many interpretations throughout history. I’m particularly drawn to the supposedly original Wright’s one in George Kelson’s The
Black Dose Variation Black Dose is one of my favorite classic patterns. This one is a simplified version that is very close to one antique Black Dose I’ve seen. I’m
Freestyle Salmon Fly I tied this fly for flytyingforums Fly Tyer of The Year -competition couple years ago and I remember naming it but can’t remember what it was called.
Silver & Gold March Brown We continue with the classic wet flies for the moment. Here’s a couple that you all should recognize. As deadly as the March Brown is
The Childers The Childers is another well know classic salmon fly with endless variations. It is referred to in many old books. It seems to have been quite popular throughout
Black Dog (Kelson) Lets start the feather winged salmon flies with one of the best known classics, the Black Dog. There’s many variations from different authors but this one follows