Starting Fly Tying Season Off Right

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By Bob Reece While some people tie flies year round, the majority of fly tying in the Northern hemisphere takes place during the winter months. As the chill builds in the air, we move into this time of year filled with hours spent behind the vise...

Sunday Classic / Bruce Chard’s A.M. Express, A Great Fly For Baby Tarpon

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CATCHING BABY TARPON IS ABOUT AS FUN AS THE LAW ALLOWS. Even a baby tarpon is a hell of a fish. These little guys are all fight and haven't learned all the tricks of the grown ups. A thirty pound tarpon offers all the excitement of...

Tying Effective Hair Wings

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By Bob Reece Social media allows for the viewing of frequent and numerous fly patterns.  As with all things fly fishing, there are seasonal trends.  This time of year dry flies make a common appearance.  Many of those incorporate some form of hair as a wing...

Sunday Classic / Tie Twice the Flies in Half the Time

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If you tie flies and you're looking for a way to increase your fly output, I've got a great fly tying tip for you today. I personally don't have the luxury of extra time on my hands these days with running two companies and managing...

Sunday Classic / Protect the Head of Your Nymphs with Thin Skin

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The more durable a fly, the more fish you can catch on it and the longer the life of the fly will be. Making a point to tie and purchase your flies with durability in mind will save you time at the tying bench...