Tying Small Flies
Get out your magnifying glasse: Ed Engle has given us a real gem of a book on the art and science of small flies and small fly tying. Bob Petti thinks this is one of those rare books that will stand the test of time and be a major influence on fly fishers and fly tyers.
Click here to read Bob's review.
Anatomy of a salmon fly
Hooks for streamers
New system: "...my hats off to the folks at Mustad for having the ability and willingness to make a change." GFF partner Bob Petti has had a look at the new Mustad Signature series and parts wth a Global Class mark for the new, improved and very consistently produced hooks - with a naming convention, which is a blessing to fly tyers.
North Country flies on blind hooks
Selecting hooks for saltwater
The biggest catch - hooking yourself
The Salmon Fly Proportion, Design & Layout Guide
Size matters: The first rule of salmonfly tying is preparation...gathering your materials, laying them out and sizing up the situation. If you are like me, many times you will have one material that is just a touch too short and you scramble to make it fit. But in the long run, it will never fit and the fly that you meticulously hovered over for many precious hours has that major flaw. More importantly, you'll never be happy with the finished product. If only you had pre-planned and sized up your materials ahead of time.
Visiting Partridge of Redditch
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