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For some reason I’ve had Julius Caesar running around in my head for the last few days, hence the bastardized title reference. I really just wanted to update you on a few things. 232 more words
The advances in fly tying technology over the past 50 years is staggering. Whereas in the past flies were constructed from fur, feathers, wire and thread, nowadays there is a dizzying array of materials that are used in “crafting flies”. 1,140 more words
Video tutorial courtesy of our friends at InTheRiffle
The Mini Mr Hanky is a great mouse pattern for big Alaskan Rainbows and large carnivorous Brown Trout! 181 more words
They weren’t always around.
And before bobbins were used, tyers simply used their hands with a length of thread in between them. I myself have tied without a bobbin as well, but it was only because I had broken it and didn’t feel like leaving in the middle to buy a new one. 970 more words