Published Nov 4. 2011 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

Peggy Brenner

Peggy's Streamers Peggy's Bio I've been tying for a decade and a half now; my specialty is flies that fish well in New England and the Florida Keys. I...

Peggy Brenner


Peggy's Streamers
#103 Green Grey Ghost Variant - Peggy Brenner
#130 Dickie - Peggy Brenner
Peggy's Bio

I've been tying for a decade and a half now; my specialty is flies that fish well in New England and the Florida Keys. I started with the basics, progressed to Classic Maine Streamers and now Salmon flies with a 1 year apprenticeship through the NH Council for the Arts; Traditional Arts Program. I tie for a small group of customers, as well as giving instruction with a focus on Ladies and children's classes, presentations, and demonstrations around the country.

Peggy is a feature fly tyer at the American Museum of Fly Fishing, Manchester Vermont as part of the; "A Graceful Rise" exhibit running until Summer of 2012 featuring women of the past, present, and future influential to the world of fly fishing. She will be teaching a class in streamer tying at the museum in February.

Peggy is also a member of several pro-staff teams.
Whiting Farms
Flymen Fishing Company
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Beautiful fly Peggy.

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Peggy, I am from West Michigan but I got my start in fly tying in Maine. My in-laws lived in Dennysville. I tied salmon hair wing flies. In the past 2 years I have started tying Carrie's files bu for the life me I can no get the wings right.

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