Marrying Well: Atlantic Salmon Flies

“The development of what became known as the gaudy salmon fly is attributed to Irish fly tyers who were pioneers in the development of bright and complicated salmon patterns. These Irish tyers took advantage of silk, silver and gold tinsel and rare feathers imported for the millinery trade.” Don MacLean gives short history lesson on the origins of the Atlantic salmon fly in Canada’s Cape Breton Post.

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