Classic Fly Tyer
The Montana Stone Nymph
Charles E. Brooks
Excerpted from the Spring 1978 issue of Fly Tyer
Bring alive some hopper, cricket, and beetle patterns that are
extra-real, extra-durable, and extra- appealing to trout.
William G. Tapply
A bit of strategically placed foam can give your emerger patterns
the buggy profile that trout key on.
Atlantic Salmon Flies
Ronn Lucas, Sr.
You don't always need exotic feathers and expensive materials to tie
beautiful full-dress salmon flies.
With a couple of tying modifications, you can make better
for the Outer Banks
Here are a handful of patterns you'll need for fishing the Carolina
coast this autumn.
Fly Tyer Profile
An Adirondack Original
Ed Bendel has been tying flies for his Adirondack fly shop for
decades. Along the way, he's popularized some of the region's best
Larry Largay and David Klausmeyer
Saltwater guides and experts share some of today's best flies for
COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
Why will our tying materials be costing more and more? Plus:
Tying Techniques, Reader's Favorites, and more...
The Bonefishy Fly
Right: Woodchuck Worth Chucking
Good Old Wet Flies, Part II
Notebook: The Missing Lynx
A Weighty Solution
Free-Thinking Fly Tier: Tool Time
PLUS: New on the Bench | Book Reviews