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Yellow Sally:        HOOK: #8-#14 curved scud or caddis emerger shape. See also pictures of hook variations below. The key is the curved shape, so the back of the fly rides low. In a pinch, you can take a standard dry fly hook and gently bend it in the middle of the shank with needlenose pliers before tying.        THREAD: Cream or light cahill.        TAG: Red floss.        BODY: Thread.        WING: High-quality bleached deer or elk hair.        HACKLE: High-quality yellow dyed dry fly…

Yellow Sally: HOOK: curved scud or caddis emerger shape.

My Life in Pictures: Bucket List: Alaska

A lot of people have no ideas the time and patience it takes to tie I good looking fly and a well tied fly and this is one of many I've seen great job on this

Classic Wet Flies - Bergman and Beyond - Global FlyFisher

Wet flies have been around as long as fly fishing itself. Are they starting to see a renaissance? In fly tying circles at least, that may be the case, as tyers look for new challenges and new sources of inspiritaion.

Resultado de imagen para fly tying nymph patterns

The Hare's Ear Nymph is certainly among the top five most common patterns for trout fishermen, as its buggy generalist look imitates all manner of aquatic insects. But the pattern tied in this video is not your father's.

Temminck's Tragopan Feathers | Atlantic Salmon Fly Tying Materials | Classic Salmon Fly Tying Feathers

Temminck's - Males - Heritage turkeys have some of the most unexpected patterning in their tail feathers.

Fly Tying for Beginners a Royal Coachman with Jim Misiura

Fly Tying for Beginners a Royal Coachman with Jim Misiura via John Nordstrom

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