14 posts categorized "Fly Spotlight"

January 26, 2009

Spey we can believe in

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Matt Zudweg took a cue from our fish themed Obamicons and did us one better. Buy it HERE.

While you're at it check out Matt's custom signs.


 

September 18, 2008

String Thing, You Make My Heart Sing

Buckleyflies

Some primo Umpqua FFR swag in preparation for B.C. steelhead.

November 19, 2007

The Grantham Sedge

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"…the best steelhead surface fly to bounce down the riffle in ages." -- Rob Brown

"…the best dry fly for summer run steelhead." -- Rick Jones

"It's brilliant!" -- Yvon Chouinard, Patagonia

Via: Split Cane Fly Rods handcrafted by Ron Grantham LINK

April 06, 2007

Wooly Booger

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Via CopperFly.net LINK

March 02, 2007

Gifts for the Cast and Blaster in the Family

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VIA Fishwest: LINK

February 20, 2007

Thank you oh merciful professor of poetry and trout!

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Largely forgotten until A River Runs Through It came along, the Bunyan Bug has quite a fan club.

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Bunyan Bugs are collectibles today and difficult to find. The value can be $100.00 - $250.00 and up depending on
the condition of the fly and age.  VIA: Bunyanbug.com  LINK

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If you're familiar with the popular autobiographical novel by Norman MacLean, "A River Runs Through It". You may recall mention of the Bunyan Bug. Well, here is some info on the original and an updated version. VIA: Front Range Anglers  LINK

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The Bunyan Bug--invented by Norman Means...aka Paul Bunyan of Missoula Montana in about 1945.
I remember buying these flies in the Hamilton MT hardware store (there was no fly shop then) in 1960, when I was about 12 or so. I do remember they were fun to look at but hell to cast. VIA: Montana Fly Tyers  LINK

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February 07, 2007

We Now Offer Flies!

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February 03, 2007

The Viagra Caddis

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Call the fish doctor for flies lasting longer than three hours.

VIA Opax-FlyFishing LINK

December 20, 2006

Damn these glasses!

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VIA: Tales from a Texas Fly Fisher  LINK

December 04, 2006

Dry Fly

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An excellent product for fly fishing.  LINK

November 23, 2006

The Bead Headed Bead Fly

Fly1

This is a new one for me.

The Bead and Book kit.  VIA: The Bead Gallery LINK

A bead fly is almost trivially easy to tie - well 'tie' is the wrong word, assemble is better. Thread some glass beads onto the hook, put a drop or two of Supa-Glue on the bead nearest the barb, and whip-finish in some insurance.

VIA: Bish on Fish LINK

November 16, 2006

Fly Name of the Week

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Pot Belly Pigs  VIA Artifly LINK

July 19, 2006

And you thought "Wooly Bugger" was a funny name

Mrsdoubtfire

Still, notwithstanding the British pedigree and effectiveness, it is simply beneath my dignity to fish with anything called a Flaming Boobie.
VIA Reports from Poisonville  LINK

July 05, 2006

Do Your Steelhead Dry Flies Look Like Shit?

Mooseturd

Don't fret. LINK

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