kind of self-explanatory, right? We seem to have some impressive thread-wrappers that lurk around this board. let's try to keep your "first booger" posts at a minimum.
By wovenstonefly
Hey all.
As I live on the West coast and have zero experience chasing Atlantic salmon.
I was wondering if I could get some info on types of flies used in Ontario and Quebec rivers.
Looking for popular Atlantic Salmon patterns. Hairwings, classics and dees.
Looking to tie some up.
Thanks for any help.
mitchaka2fish wrote:any or all of the traherne patterns.


This shit cracks me up.

As for the book, consider it done.
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A handshake is all I'm in for, Shawn, but that's incredible. Beautiful.
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By root wad
Some asshole on another site posted one of those today also. I think I like yours better. Clean work and great shape and proportions. Pity about that woodie.
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By Bruiser
That's really an amazing fly - so perfect. :cool Great photograph and background as well - it would make a nice print.
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By Aguirre
austrotard wrote:the baron 5/0ds; as per pryce-tannat, 1914.
baron ds 5nil.jpg
rub my belly.
This got me going a bit, I may tie a fly again one day.
Good tying Mitchell.
I like to see you outside your comfort zone of the absolute hardest flies.
The classics are my fav's.
This one smokes the chronic.
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