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Salmon Flies
Flies for Atlantic and Pacific salmon

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The Tube Fly

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Jock Scott

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Classic Salmon Fly Patterns

Read more on "Discovering the Marbury Lake Flies"

Discovering the Marbury Lake Flies

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Portraits of Salmon Flies

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Tied in the Hand

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The Red and Copper Shrimp

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Atlantic Salmon Flies of Nova Scotia

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Danish tube fly inspiration

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HKA Sunray/Bismo

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Major Traherne's flies

Videos with "Salmon Flies - Flies for Atlantic and Pacific salmon" - More videos about about this subject

Metallica Salmon Fly designed by Mr. Petur Steingrimsson at Big Laxa in Iceland, designed whilst he was listing to a song by Metallica, on state radio Mr. Petur Steingrimsson is over 80 years old and had been a guide on the Laxa for over 60 years

Materials Used;
Hook, Size 6 Double
Thread, Black Uni-8/0
Tag, Oval Silver Tinsel
Tail, Dyed Black Squirrel or Arctic Runner
Body, Hot Green Uni-Floss and Silver Tinsel
Rib, Silver Oval Tinsel or Wire
Wing, Dyed Black Squirrel or Arctic Runner
Hackle, Dyed Black Hen
Front Hackle, Dyed Red Claret Cock or Hen Fibres Top and Bottom

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Bomber Salmon Dry Fly

Materials Used;
Hook, Partridge CS42 size 6
Thread, Black
Tail, White Calf
Body, Natural or dyed Grey Deer Hair
Body Hackle, Natural or Dyed Brown Cock Hackle
Wing, White Calf

Green Butt Skunk

Ryan Gabert ties a Green Butt Skunk. The Green Butt Skunk is a classic pattern and has become one of the most popular flies used for steelhead.

Green Highlander tube fly
A full length tutorial in HD on how to tie a modern tubefly for salmon, with the inspiration from one of the most popular classic salmon flies, the Green Highlander. The video is a part of the video series Pimped Classics.