My Wood Turning hobby has intersected with my Fly Tying hobby once again. The resulting crash has resulted in a bunch of wooden handled bodkins, made from exotic (and not so exotic) woods.
Welcome to Classic Atlantic Salmon Flies. This is a site that displays my recent work with salmon flies that were originally tied in the 1800's in various spots in the U.K. I needed a place to point people when they were curious about my fly tying obsession. (That image of a Green Highlander on my PDA just wasn't cutting it anymore, so I decided to put together a web site.)
The site is more or less a photo gallery, where you can see images of my framed flies, as well as some shots of the flies I've mounted in glass domes. I've also included a short history of my fly tying career, as well as some of my favorite fly tying web sites.
What's Going On??!?
I don't always just sit at home and tie flies. Sometimes, I go out and tie flies. Here's a list of some upcoming events. Stop by and say hello!
As part of my work with the Fly Tying classes, check out my Recommended Books page!
If you click through to Amazon through the link above, or any of the links on my Recommended Books page, I get a small bit of the profits to help support my web hosting. Thanks!