articles I worte that were published in Flyfishing &
Tying Journal magazine. Learn to tie Articulated Leeches
for all species; Steelhead and Salmon wet and dry flies
including the Muddler Minnow, Steelhead Bee, General
Practitioner, and a Hairwing Silver Doctor. Complete
material lists and full step-by-step instructions show
how to make each type of fly.
Click here to get the free downloads
Salmon Fly Body Dividers
bodies are a sign of a well-tied fly. Its tough to get
by eye alone. Ruler and pen aren't any easier. Let
geometry do the work for you. Just download,
print out and follow the instructions for perfectly
divided bodies on any fly or hook size. Each page
includes dividers for 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 body sections.
Simply cut apart each divider and you're ready to go. Click
here to get yours
How to make
the "Feather Sandwich" tool
This tool allows
you to make great substitutes for Western Tragopan
Pheasant body featehrs used in the "Black Argus"
fly. You can also create good substitutes for Peacock
Pheasant feathers for the "Leopard"
and "Emerald Isles" patterns.
here to see the process and how to use the tool
pattern listings from my book "Feather
the amazing birds and feathers used in Classic Salmon
Fly Tying" Click
see the 16 flies tied for the book and get a free
download with a large image of the finished fly and the
pattern listing for each pattern. Be sure to buy the book to see the
step-by=step tying instructions.