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The Fishing Library contains hundreds of articles covering nearly every aspect of angling imaginable. Whether you're a fly fishing guru, panfish fanatic, or searching for the next world-record bass, we've got the information you need to make the most of your time on the water.

The Fishing Library is categorized by target species and angling tactic. Click any of these broad topics and you'll find multiple articles on that subject, including basics, feature articles, product reviews, buying guides, tips and radio clips -- all focused on that particular species or fishing style!

FLY TYING ITEMS
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HOW-TO ARTICLES: (3 Most Recent)
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Click here to read the how-to entitled 'Barr's Spork Fly Pattern.'
Barr's Spork Fly Pattern (howto)
Instructions on how to find — and tie — the perfect fly for elusive carp and sucker fish.

Click here to read the how-to entitled 'Tying the Egg Sucking Leech.'
Tying the Egg Sucking Leech (howto)
Just like the Wooly Bugger, the Egg Sucking Leech is one of the top producing steamer flies. Here are some tips on how and when to use it, and how to create your own.

Click here to read the how-to entitled 'Fly Tying Basics: Part 3 - Techniques and Strategies.'
Fly Tying Basics: Part 3 - Techniques and Strategies (howto)
Difficult to master at first, fly tying takes time and patience. These few tips will help you get on your way to making your own flies.
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PRODUCT REVIEWS: (2 Most Recent)

Click here to read this buying guide entitled 'Clouser's Flies: Tying and Fishing the Patterns of Bob Clouser Book.'
Clouser's Flies: Tying and Fishing the Patterns of Bob Clouser Book (productreview)
Beautiful photography and clear, concise writing makes Clouser's Flies a superior fly-tying book, one that's truly in a league of its own.

Click here to read this buying guide entitled 'Pedestal Base Tying Station.'
Pedestal Base Tying Station (productreview)
Having problems organizing your fly-tying material?

BUYING GUIDES: (2 Most Recent)
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Click here to read this buying guide entitled '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.

Click here to read this buying guide entitled '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.
View all 6 Fly Tying Buying Guides

TIPS: (2 Most Recent)
View all 7 Fly Tying Tips

Mike Huffman.
Leader Craft (tip)
Fine-tune your leader for a better presentation.

Mike Huffman.
The Right Tying Tools for the Job (tip)
Quality fly-tying tools will produce better results and a more pleasurable tying experience.
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