Expert articles about fly tying and fly tying techniques.
Fly tying procedure of one of my variants of the very original type of floating streamer "AR Suspender Pin Fry Streamer" in the traditional and popular form "Step By Step" photo gallery with a detailed description of individual tying steps and materials!
In this article, I have prepared for you a detailed description of individual fly hooks from the world-famous fly fishing brand Fulling Mill - famous mainly for the world's largest production of high-quality fishing flies for all fly fishing methods and techniques . For individual types of hooks, I will focus mainly on their primary use with regard to the different types of flies that can be tied on them, as well as on fishing techniques but mainly on the fish species that we will fish for on these flies/hooks.
Fly tying procedure of my favorite and very effective universal wet fly in the traditional and popular form "Step By Step" photo gallery with a detailed description of individual steps and used fly tying materials!
Which fly hooks sell best and what types of flies actually make with them?
Fly tying procedure of my favorite and very effective still water buzzer pupa in the traditional and popular form "Step By Step" photo gallery with a detailed description of individual steps and used fly tying materials!
Description of basic loads/weights for tying of heavy patterns of modern nymphs.
In this article you will learn the main meaning, use and all the benefits of basic FLY TYING TOOLS - from fly tying vice to very useful accessories and the necessary small tools used for fly tying all kinds of artificial flies!
An overview of the fly tying materials that are needed to tying an effective flies for modern European nymphing.
Description and use of 5 special hooks for fly tying original patterns of river nymphs.
The article about basic fly tying materials, which will help to everybody to create your own and most effective Squirmy Wormy patterns! Do not miss all useful tips that help to your own designs to be a magnet for most of river and stillwater fish!