|We believe in presenting a multitude of products that
suite the imagination and creativity of tube fly tyers.
You will not find specific, one way thinking tube fly
"systems" on our site. Instead we present several
different tube styles and materials that put the
imagination back into tying tubes!
|We've packaged all sizes of our Egret Hooks
(freshwater kit) and Egret Octopus Hooks
(saltwater kit), put them together with a large
selection of junction tube, and put them in a
fantastic little box. Not only do you save a
few dollars on the goods but the hook box is
indestructible and water tight.
|This fur also has the all-to-imortant,
natural taper that allows your tube to have
the classic temple dog style wing. Not
only a winner for Scandinavian style
wings but also great for fantastic salt
|These large bronze mallard
shoulders are just what you
are looking for to re create
so many famous patterns
from years gone by.....The
Lady Caroline particularly
comes to mind!
|This new Speckled Scandinavian tube is
remarkable! When extruded a large amount of
glitter is added directly into the hot plastic.
This makes a tube that is a bit bumpy to the
feel but has the great attribute of never losing
the glitter. Many tyers are now using this
tubing to make some fantastic looking bodies
on their tube flies!
|Our Large Grey Goose that has
been chemically treated and then
re-moisturized is just that.
Finally a spey feather that has
the "burnt" look to the hackle
barbs but not the dried out stem.
No need to soak these little
beauties before you wind them on!
|We are always on the hunt for
feathers that are often overlooked by
the larger flytying industry
suppliers. These mallard hen feathers
have beautiful markings of
alternating dark and lite bars.
|These half saddles are fantastic for
any pattern that uses a thin feather.
We love them for tying Intruders,
streamers, and bait fish imitations.
The barred look of the grizzly really
makes minnow patterns come alive
with a very realistic looking lateral
line when in the current.
|We have to admit that when we
first saw fly fishing lanyards, we
thought they looked pretty
strange. It wasn't until we used
one did we truly get how
indispensable these are.
|If you have been tying for some time, you
have probably seen Indian Capes before. They
are often the forgotten feathers found in
discount bins of your local shop. I think most
tyers, especially if you started tying as a kid
probably started with Indian feathers for one
major reason....... the huge difference in cost!
|We are big fans of dying over natural colours!
There is a good deal of tying that needs intense
colours, though often forgotten, is having flies
that have a hint of colour and still resemble
something more natural. These dyed over bronze
schlappen are just that.
|Married wings can be a beautiful addition
to any salmon or steelhead pattern!
These goose shoulder feathers have been
selected to be almost free of stress marks
(the flaws on feather fibers that can make
them hard to marry).
|We have been looking for
a more realistic hook pin
for years and have not
had much luck. So of
course, we decided to
make our own!