Fly Tying

The Feather Thief Book Review

While delving ever deeper into the joys of fly tying my thirst for knowledge grows as well. Recently, I listened to an episode of the Orvis Fly Fishing Guide Podcast hosted by Tom Rosenbauer. Tom interviewed Kirk Wallace Johnson, the author of The Feather Thief.

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Kebari Box Episode 3 Kurobe Headstream Kebari Variant 1

A kebari pattern like the Kurobe Headstream Kebari Variation 1 has an awesome benefit besides catching fish. It is one of the easiest tenkara kebari patterns to tie. The ease of tying this kebari lends itself well to beginning fly tiers. Join me on Youtube to learn to tie this kebari pattern.

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Kebari Box Episode 1 Tools Video

The Kebari Box Episode 1 Tools is now availabe for you to watch. Learn about the tools needed to start tying Japanese kebari and western fly patterns.

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Fly Box Fly Tying Episode 1 Tools

Welcome to the Tenkara Grasshopper Fly Box where I will teach you to tie the kebari and flies I carry each day. Episode 1 The Tools

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“Karel’s Catchumall” Pattern A guest post by Denver Dobbins

To all my valued readers and in particular Karel Lansky. Mr. Denver Dobbins sent me a post recently and I decided that it would be enjoyable to have a little fun with Karel. Thank you Denver for such a funny

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Finest Fly Tying Benches of Colorado Laptop Traveler Bench Review

How many times have you been invited to a fishing buddies house to tie flies or traveled to a destination a few hours away from home but decided not to take your tying gear because it might just be a

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The Soft-Hackled Fly and Tiny Soft Hackles by Sylvester Nemes Book Review

There are times when your eyes are opened to a whole new realm that exists within fly fishing and you almost feel like a child. Not in a scolding way, more of an awakening to a whole new world of

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Daniel Galhardo and the “One Fly” concept

So, Graham has finally taken off on his honeymoon and is reportedly away from civilization – no computer, no internet…just candles and cold water, I imagine. But, he didn’t want to leave his readers completely away from content, so before

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