Three Fly Tying Materials I Can’t Get Enough Of

Your humble scribe is now a guest blogger on the J.Stockard Fly Fishing website. (If you’re unfamiliar with J.Stockard, they have a huge selection of mail-order fly tying materials.) They’ve asked me to make regular contributions to their blog, and this is the first.

The three fly tying materials I can’t get enough of are blood quill marabou, Angora goat, and Ice Dub. You can read all about it here: http://www.jsflyfishing.com/blog/three-fly-tying-materials-i-cant-get-enough-of/

This weekend is supposed to be nice. I hope you’re all able to get out and fish.

I can’t get enough red fox squirrel, either.

S&G ready to finish

6 comments on “Three Fly Tying Materials I Can’t Get Enough Of

  1. Alton Blodgett says:

    Steve,
    Is the red fox squirrel nymph pictured is representative of any particular mayfly nymph?
    Thanks!
    Alton

  2. John says:

    Have you come across a source for the red fox squirrel Steve?

  3. Ray Hamilton, Stamford, CT says:

    Liked reading your comments on J. Stockard. Good info. for those of us who muddle along tying flies. Just caught a bunch of nice steelhead on Elk Creek near Girard, PA.

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