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Salmonfly.Net Salmon and Steelhead Fly Tying Guide  In Memory of Scotty Howell In Memory of Yuri Shumakov 

 Salmonfly.Net
Nov/Dec Issue

Salmonfly.Net Salmon and Steelhead  Fly Tying Guide

Fly Tying

Basic Tying Instructions

Anatomy of a Fly

Salmon and Steelhead Hooks

Fly Tying Tools

Materials Glossary

Fly Patterns

Fly Search

Match Flies to Species

Contributing Tyers

Show Your Flies Here

More Information 

Steelhead Facts

Pacific Salmon Facts

Tips and Techniques

Forum

Site Map

Archives

Flies

Issues

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About Salmonfly.Net

Salmonfly.Net is a free internet magazine which got it start in 1998 as a site for Salmon and Steelhead fly tyers to get some instructions for tying flies and to find lots of patterns. The style and format has changed many times over the years but the content has remained much the same. By-the-way, you might have noticed that we are undergoing a facelift. Bear with us as there are hundreds of pages to update. This will take some time to complete. MORE...

Salmonfly.Net Reviews

Salmonfly.Net Book and Website Reviews

Tide table booklets can be picked up at almost any sporting goods store, but if you are like me, they often get lost or thrown away. Besides, they are not very easy to read.  Itís nice to have tide tables available as a quick look up on the internet and that is what you can do at www.saltwatertides.com - a service that is provided to the reader without cost by Tide High and Low, Inc. MORE...

Salmonfly.Net Reviews

William Underwood Flies

William UnderwoodSince 1998, Salmonfly.Net has been celebrating the art of tying flies by presenting the work of fly tyers around the world in our Contributing Fly Tyer Series. In this issue we present the work of William Underwood, a contributor to the art of constructing salmon flies, to be sure, but the flies he constructs are not the type that you will use for fly fishing or find in a fly-tying competition. They just may be, though, the kind of fly that every fly fisherman will want to own. MORE...

Contributors to the Fly Tyer Series

Eric Martin Flies

Eric Martin with a Bright Chrome Winter SteelheadOregon fly fisherman and tyer Eric Martin, joins our ranks as the newest contributing fly tyer for Salmonfly.Net. Eric is possibly the youngest, but he takes his steelhead fly fishing seriously. In the this issue we'll see some of his unique, original Winter Steelhead flies, plus some traditional flies that should be in everyone's fly box. MORE...


William Lovelace Flies

Bill Lovelace at Albany ExpositionWilliam Lovelace is no stranger to Salmonfly.Net. In the this issue, the prolific fly tyer from Oregon adds to his many contributions to this site with his own brand of Marabou Winter Steelhead flies - and a few others that are well-known in the steelhead fly fishing lore. These are flies that tell a story.   MORE...


Lawrence Finney Flies

Lawrence FinneyIt is always nice to compare Steelhead flies to their European counterparts. The Irish flies of professional fly tyer Lawrence Kinney are no exception. In this issue he chips in with some new flies that could easily make the cross over for steelhead and we'll watch some new instructional videos that demonstrate his exceptional techniques and a flare for being behind the camera. MORE...

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