There's nothing in the pipeline right now, but there's of course thousands of articles already published. You might want to check out what we published 10 years ago or check out what's most popular right now.

Stuff underway

This is the content that I'm working on right now for the Global FlyFisher. None of it has a deadline or a planned publishing date, but is in the works. Some articles take a week to write and publish, some take years - literally - so just because it's listed here, doesn't mean that it's online tomorrow or next week.
Articles which are set to be published, will be listed above in the case that they are ready to go online soon.

My favorite material

My favorite material should come as no surprise to most of my friends and people who have read articles on this web site for a long time
Started: Nov 15. 2016
Updated: Nov 4. 2023

The Frugal Fly-Tyer

I sometimes wonder how much material is wasted when people tie flies. Here are some tips on saving.
Started: Aug 25. 2015
Updated: Feb 20. 2024

Shamelessly simple

Some flies are so simple and use so few materials that it's almost embarrassing. Simple and maybe even be ugly... but most of them are deadly efficient.
Started: Sep 8. 2019
Updated: Feb 22. 2021

Durable flies: Wrapping, dubbing and ribbing

When building up the fly - bodies in particular - wrapping material is a key technique. Learn to wrap in a durable manner.
Started: Jan 30. 2020
Updated: Nov 18. 2023

Durable flies: Tying in materials

By using the proper technique, you can ensure that tied in materials stay where they are placed and won't loosen once you start wrapping them
Started: Jan 30. 2020
Updated: Feb 22. 2021

Hook bends

Sproat, Limerick, round... what does the hook bend mean to the shape and strength of a hook?
Started: May 22. 2019
Updated: Feb 22. 2021

Choosing a fly tying vise

What fly tying vise should you buy? Well, that's depends as they say... here's my advice on selecting a good vise.
Started: Nov 12. 2018
Updated: Feb 22. 2021

Going small in the big sea

The ocean might be big, but the flies you use in it don't have to be large too. Large fish also eat small things.
Started: Nov 7. 2016
Updated: Feb 22. 2021