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Fly Tying: Browsing ALL Buying Guides (ALL 6 ITEMS)

Fly Tying Basics: Part 2 - Materials
Fly Tying Basics: Part 2 - Materials (guide)
Want to tie your own flies? Part two of this three-part series focuses on how to choose fly tying materials.

Fly Tying Basics: Part 1 - Tools
Fly Tying Basics: Part 1 - Tools (guide)
Want to tie your own flies? This three-part series intends to get you on the right track, starting with this introduction to the tools of the trade.

Marabou Feathers and Fly Tying
Marabou Feathers and Fly Tying (guide)
Marabou breathes and dances in the water, making it a very life-like material with which all tiers should become familiar.

Adhesives for Fly-Tying
Adhesives for Fly-Tying (guide)
Flexible cements, super glues and hard-set epoxies are just a few examples of adhesives available to the creative fly-tier.

Fly Tying Part II -- Materials
Fly Tying Part II -- Materials (guide)
Poor quality materials are destined to discourage beginner tiers and cause greater expense when the time comes to replace them.

Fly Tying Part I -- Equipment
Fly Tying Part I -- Equipment (guide)
Buying fly-tying equipment is different from buying other types of fly fishing equipment.


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