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Welcome to Charlie's FlyBox, and thanks for stopping by. We are proud to offer some of the best fly tying tutorials on the web with an ever-expanding pattern database. If there is a fly pattern that you'd like to see that isn't already here, or an original pattern you're dying to show off, please use the contact form to bring it to our attention and we'll do our best to add it to the site.
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A cross reference of common fly names to taxonomic names.
This is a compilation of sixteen hatch charts and various other sources.
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The participants of this web site are fly tiers from around the world. You will find tiers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Macedonia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, USA, and Yugoslavia. Most are hobbyist displaying some of their favorite flies and others are professionals who sell their flies, materials, books, guide services, etc.
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The Weekly Fly is a side project for us and is our effort to provide high quality, useful, and FREE fly tying videos. We are dedicated to expanding our library of both quality flies and quality fly tiers.
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Clark (Cheech) originally from Vernal, UT is relatively famous from his days as a steer wrestler in Elko Nevada. He ties a few flies now and again when he's not busy modeling plus size clothing. He has tied for many years, and got his start in fly design with Rainy's flies, where he created the Cheech Leech, Grumpy Frumpy, and other effective patterns. He is now an innovator for Fulling Mill, and many of his fly patterns are available through them. His most notable accomplishment in fly tying is that he once tied 65 San Juan worms in 20 minutes, and eating a Big Mac in 4 bites....
Curtis has been tying flies for over 20 years. He learned to fish in the mountains and high deserts of Eastern Oregon targeting trout, bass, crappie and catfish. Even though he battles the little known disease of "hot dog fingers," he still has amazing dexterity while at the vise.
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This subreddit was created so that the fly tier can
Ask questions about all aspects of fly tying.
Learn new skills, techniques and patterns.
Seek constructive feedback on their designs and offer their knowledge to others wanting to recreate the design by themselves.
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Welcome to Fly Tying 123! Whether its tying a tried and true classic, or creating a new work of art, you’ve come to the right place. Creativity, durability, and catchability are our focus with the flies we tie. One of our simplest goals is to tie the flies that catch the most fish. This site is a little nymph heavy for sure, but we figure that trout focus 95% of their feeding under the water’s surface, so we figured we would follow suit with out content. We are just a couple of addicted fly fishermen who love to tie our own flies. We are always searching for new patterns and new materials to bring to the tying bench.
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Loon Fly Tying Videos
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Check out the new Translucent Swimming Hackle and Flies.