Roddy MacLeod, USA


Published Jan 1st 2001

Roddy MacLeod hails from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia where he's been a lifelong resident. Husband and father of two (Katie and Donald) he finds rare moments for fishing.

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Roddy MacLeod hails from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia where he's been a lifelong resident.  Husband and father of two (Katie and Donald) he finds rare moments for fishing.

Roddy was a one-time commercial fly tyer, but now prefers the slower lane, only occasionally filling special orders.  Recent projects have included tying some 16 patterns for Paul Marriner's new book, Modern Atlantic Salmon Flies.  He also co-authored an upcoming article with Paul Mariner on the earliest salmon flies used in Canada, appearing soon in the Atlantic Salmon Journal.

Nowadays he's enjoying the early run of salmon on his favourite river, and still spending nights in the back of his car!


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