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 Tools News
Al Ritt from PEAK Fishing sets us straight on the newest way to hold large hooks and how the company’s award winning LIRS (Large Iron Retention System) achieves that goal for the growing number of longer-shanked flies and heavier thread applications.
Need a quick and easy solution for quick fly storage in your garage, boat, or car? Adhesive sheet magnets work wonders. No, they are not the most organized way to do things, but they are perfect for quick stowage during … more →
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.
Al Ritt, brand manager for PEAK fishing products, explains the company’s LIRS or Large Iron Retention System, for tying massive offshore flies or other conventional pieces for anywhere over-sized hooks are needed. From PEAK: With the growing popularity of large fresh … more →
PEAK has announced the release of a new line of products called the “Jurassic Series,” designed specifically for tying large flies for fresh and saltwater. Read more in the press release below.
Here’s one for all you DIY people… You didn’t misread that headline. According to Jim Misiura, you can make a homemade thread bobbin with an ink pen tube, some spring wire from some Chinese take out, a few beads and … more →
Containing everything you need (including an instructional DVD) for tying tube flies for game fish, Maine-based HMH Vises has announced the release of their Universal Tube Fly Method Kit, with interchangeable tubes and accessories enabling you to easily “tie any … more →
Al Ritt, brand manager of Peak Fishing, gives us the skinny on fly tying robots (sorta), fly tying in practice, and how Peak’s fly tying vices and equipment, which are completely made in Loveland, Colorado, came to have a background … more →
Simon Young of flyforums.co.uk says that “If you are one of the many flyfishers that now travel away from home and always gets worried that you haven’t got the ‘correct’ patterns then this excellent piece of kit from Snowbee could … more →