Site hosted by Build your free website today!
Salmonfly.Net Salmon and Steelhead Fly Tying Guide In Memory of Scotty Howell In Memory of Yuri Shumakov

Contributing Fly Tyers Series

Ard Stetts Flies

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


Site Map




Photo Gallery

An Original Pattern by Ard Stetts


Name Cedarwood
Category Pacific Salmon/Trout/Steelhead
Hook Gamakatsu single salmon #1
Thread Black
Tag Medium oval copper tinsel
Tail A few very small marabou herls dyed brown
Body, Rear half Copper brown floss ribbed with medium oval copper tinsel 
Waist joint Peacock herl
Body, Front half Dubbed fur from a hare's mask ribbed with medium embossed copper tinsel
Beard A small bunch of tiny marabou feather herls
Wing Matched goose quill sections dyed cedar tan, over which is a small bunch of Fitch tail spun around the top of wing
Collar Rich brown hackle tied back
Head Black and lacquered

Cedarwood is an original fly designed by Ard Stetts for his "Wood Series" as described in his Article A Late Autumn Day in Alaska. You can see more of Ard's flies at The Flies of Ard Stetts. See his notes about this fly below.

Home  |  About Salmonfly.Net  |  Links  |  Stores  |  Contact the Webmaster


This page is maintained by Salmonfly.Net (Friday, January 30, 1998 to )