Published Nov 20. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 29. 2020

Jim Bennett

Jim Bennett Jim's Streamers #326 Mellow Yellow - Jim Bennett #352 Jessie - Jim Bennett #69-2013 Medicine Streamer - Jim Bennett #76-2013 Dambuster...

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Jim's Streamers

#326 Mellow Yellow - Jim Bennett #326 Mellow Yellow - Jim Bennett
#352 Jessie - Jim Bennett #352 Jessie - Jim Bennett
#69-2013 Medicine Streamer - Jim Bennett #69-2013 Medicine Streamer - Jim Bennett
#76-2013 Dambuster Streamer by Jim Bennett #76-2013 Dambuster Streamer by Jim Bennett
#78-2013 Black Nosed Dace Thunder Creek and Hairwing Streamers - Jim Bennett & Bill Chandler #78-2013 Black Nosed Dace Thunder Creek and Hairwing Streamers - Jim Bennett & Bill Chandler
#94-2013 - Blue Knight by Jim Bennett #94-2013 - Blue Knight by Jim Bennett
Kelvin Streamer - Jim Bennett 2014 Streamer Collection - Jim Bennett
Jim's Biography

I live in Glasgow Scotland where I was born and grew up.I started fishing in my local canal for perch and roach when I was about 12, forty years ago. I started fly tying at about 14 after I watched a program on TV. I first tied without a vice as I could not afford one. My flies were quite crude to say the least and I can remember the first trout I caught on a small black dry fly. I could not believe it had actually taken my fly. That fish was only about 8 inches, but remains the best fish I have ever caught. These days with the advancing years, I spend more time at the vice than fishing but find fly tying just as enjoyable as fly fishing.
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Jim, I am looking for a source for the Golden Olive Mallard Flank. Can you point me in the right direction?

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