Upon the retirement of founders Bob and Nelda Border, Hareline Dubbin, Inc. has been acquired by Bill Keough, grower-processor of premium natural fly-tying feathers. Read more in the press release below.
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Latest Fly Tying Materials News
UNI-Products has announced the addition of Salmon and Black/Camel to the already extensive color offerings of their UNI-Yarn Regular line. Read more in the press release below.
Martin Bawden of Flymen Fishing Company talks about one of the company’s newest products, Evolution bead heads. The new tungsten bead heads anatomically match mayfly, caddis, and stoneflies species and are “designed with the right size, proportion, shape and colors … more →
UNI Products has announced the release of new colors to their UNI-Mylar line of tying thread: Holographic Rainbow and Clear. Read more in the press release below.
Designed specifically for articulated flies used when chasing predatory gamefish, the new Chocklett’s Articulated Big Game Shank from Flymen is optimized for both strength and length, allowing tiers to create large flies for everything from barracuda to northern pike. Read … more →
Accommodating tying for trout patterns to bass flies, Flymen Fishing has expanded their line of Fish-Skull® CrawBodies to include two new sizes, large and extra large, now available along with the original small and medium. Read more in the press … more →
Useful for body ribbing, adding flash, and building wingcases, two new colors from UNI-Product’s mylar line will join the already popular lineup: Holographic Light Blue and Holographic Chartreuse are now available. Read more in the press release below.
Building upon the innovation of their award-winning Fish-Skull® brand, the Flymen Fishing Company has announced the release of a smaller lineup: Mini Sculpin-Helmets. Around the same size as standard bead chain eyes, the Mini offers tiers more diverse choices. Read … more →
Bill Black has seen and done a lot in the fly tying material world. He and his brother started Umpqua feather merchants, which was later sold, back in the 70s. He then started his current company, Spirit River, in 1990. He … more →
Sammi Johnson of Montana Fly Company explains the newest addition to their saltwater fly offerings, the Crabby Patty. The pattern uses, “real crab back photographs and a clear resin that makes for a ultra-realistic crab pattern for saltwater fishing. It features extra … more →