Published Feb 1. 2001 - 17 years ago
Updated or edited Jul 14. 2016

Ken Bonde Larsen

Danish fly tyer Ken Bonde Larsen mostly known for his tube flies and flies for Danish coastal fishing among these the very popular patterns the Omoe Brush and Charlie.

Ken Bonde Larsen passed away April 2016.
Ken was a very good personal friend and he will be missed by many.
He was a regular contributor to GFF. His fly patterns and his fly tying is featured in many articles here and his ideas and constructive criticism and his awesome fly tying skills will be missed.
Silver prize - Ken with a beautiful silver sea trout
Charlie and Ken - Ken's chocolate lab Charlie watches his owner driving
Napping - A nap on the beach has never hurt anyone
Don't bit too hard! - A grand sea trout
The hunter - Ken is also an avid hunter
The tying factory - Ken's little cozy room
Henning Eskol - Martin Joergensen - Ken Bonde Larsen

Flies on the Global FlyFisher tied by Ken Bonde Larsen

Ken has tied flies for a whole bunch of patterns in the step-by-step series on the Global FlyFisher and originated some of them too.

Articles authored by Ken

Comments

I found your web sit...

I found your web site and reviewed the fly patterns shown there. I want to know if the flys can be purchased? Especially the White fly regular and with eyes added? I have interests in other flies on your site.

Best Regards,

Lorenzo Swanson
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