FlyMester 2001
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Traditional Salmon Featherwing - Gordon
A real challenge for the skilled tyer. We want a full feather wing salmon fly, and the pattern is madatory: The Gordon.

Catskill Dry Fly
Dry fly tied in the traditional Catskill style.

Any muddler pattern will do. We want flies with spun deer hair heads.

Saltwater Baitfish
Any imitation or suggestive pattern of a salt water baitfish. Any tying style or material is accepted.

Featherwing Streamer
This category is open for everything from classical New England streamer patterns to modern or traditional streamer patterns for trout and salmon.

Tube Fly
Any fly on a tube. As simple as that!

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