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Nymphs

Flies fishing under the surface imitating subadult insects
980






Stream fishing

About fishing in running water
844






Dry flies

Flies fished in the surface
817






Streamers

Long, slender flies that often mimick small fish
641






Beads

Flies with bead heads
595






Wet flies

Flies fished subsurface, often tied with wings
460






Saltwater

Fishing in the salt
438






Caddis

Widespread and common insects AKA sedges - or Trichoptera in Latin
435






Salmon flies

Flies for Atlantic and Pacific salmon
393






Foam

Closed cell foam, foam bodies, foam cutters
308






Deer hair

Thick, spongy hair from all kinds of deer
305






CDC

Duck's arse feathers
302






Mayflies

A type of flying insects with aquatic larval stages. AKA Ephemeroptera.
280






Pike flies

Flies for pike, musky, northern pike - the fierce northern hemisphere predator
272






Midges

Really small flies
267






Baitfish flies

Flies that look like small fish that are eaten by big fish
265






Emergers

Tying and fishing imitations of the emerging insect
258






Sea trout flies

Flies for sea run brown trout
237






Terrestrials

Insects that ought to stay on dry land
237






Tropical

About fishing the warmest parts of the world
229






Tube flies

Flies tied on plastic or metal tubes rather than hooks
226






New Zealand

North and south island in the southwestern Pacific Ocean
221






Jigs

201






Salmon fishing

Regarding the salmon of the world - Pacific or Atlantic
198






Brown trout

Salmo trutta - the most commonly fished fish in the world
182






Shrimp flies

Flies that look like the tasty decapods, so high on the menu of many fish
179






Steelhead fishing

Chasing the chrome sea run rainbow trout
176






Zonker strips

Rabbit strip flies, zonkers, zonker wings
170






Trout

Content about the most popular fish worldwide
169






Lake fishing

Fishing in stillwater like freshwater lakes and ponds
152






Rubber legs and tails

All things rubbery, wiggly and squirmy in fly tying
145






Tying techniques

Learn new fly tying skills and tricks to make your flies better looking and more durable
144






Winter

Fishing in snow, ice, frost
143






Destinations

Places to go fishing
138






Sea trout fishing

The silvery sea run brownies
131






UV-resin, epoxy and LCR's

Glues and resins that harden - including the smart ultraviolet (UV) light activated UV-resins, AKA Light Cured Resins (LCR's).
131






Parachute hackle

Horizontal hackles wrapped around a post
130






Soft hackles and spiders

Spider flies, soft hackle wet flies
128






Articulated flies

Flies in several sections
127






Bonefish

Albula vulpes - the ghost of the tropical flats
118






Rainbow trout

Oncorhynchus mykiss
114






Steelhead flies

111






Stoneflies

110






Coastal fishing

Fishing the ocean from the coast
107






Flats

Fishing the tropical flats - and flies for it
107






Bass flies

Flies for smallmouth and largemouth
101






Lake flies

89