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Video: Flymen Fishing Company Evolution Beadheads

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 of said species allowing fly tiers to tie more realistic nymphs."

Fish Skull Fly Tester

Martin Bawden talks about the details of the Fish Skull Fly Tester from Flymen Fishing Co. As the name implies, you can fasten flies to lines, float them on the surface, “drift” them under the surface, and even “swim” certain flies like streamers. In other words you can see how they look and behave in the water.

Video: Umpqua's Fly Production Specialist Gets Dirty

Brian Schmidt talks us through two new patterns from Umpqua Feather Merchants that will appeal to streamer freaks, bass aficionados, or anybody that loves to chuck the big bugs. The first, called the "Game Changer" by Blane Chocklett, utilizes the award-winning Fish Spine from Flymen Fishing Company (featured in the video below), while the second is Brian's...

Innovative New Tying Materials from Flymen Fishing Company

Fish-Skull Sculpin Head Flymen Fishing company is releasing this new style of Fish-Skull with a realistic profile (flat and broad) designed to imitate many bottom-dwelling fish species such as sculpins, gobies, and baby catfish. The Fish-Skull Sculpin Head is designed for use on both hook and tube flies allowing anglers to tie weighted streamers that...

Flymen Fishing Company Offers Two New Fly Tying Materials

Fish Skull Flymen Fishing Company's Fish-Skull is a weighted head that has a realistic baitfish profile and is specifically designed for tying freshwater and saltwater streamer fly patterns. Quick-and-simple to attach, this head offers a new alternative to using old-style dumbbells or cones to weight flies. The Fish-Skull is a versatile starting point for...