Colours include White, Green, Yellow, Orange Red, Burnt Orange, Golden Olive (Light Olive), Olive Dun, Olive, Dark Olive, Black, Grey Dun, Hot Pink, Silver Doctor Blue, Dark Blue, Chartreuse, Purple, Claret, Brown, Fl, Yellow, Tan, Shrimp Pink, Light Pink, Hot Purple and Fl. Fire Orange. Each pack has a little over a 1/4 oz and around 50 feathers, give or take, for tying a variety of fly patterns.
Each package of Superfly marabou contains an assortment of feathers suitable for a variety of applications. The feathers can be used for tying jigs, Spey collars, palmered bodies, tails, wings and dubbed bodies. Happy tying.
I’ve been working on producing an assortment of Flesh Flies and am happy to announce that I can now offer it through the store. I’ve been tying these incredibly effective flies for clients for the past decade in a variety of colors. The flies are weighted (can be unweighted on request) and are tied with Hareline and Superfly rabbit zonkers. The hairs of the fly impart a ton of motion in the water so that you could even use the flies as a stripping streamer for aggressive fish.
We now have Streamers volume 1 available for free download. You can find it here. Just add it to your cart and it will be available for download when you check out.
Streamers 365 Volume 1 includes 122 streamer fly pattern recipes complete with background information about each pattern. The complete project seen over 365 streamer flies profiled and included over 50 fly tyers from around the globe. Volume 2 and Volume 3 available through the Blurb.com print on demand service.
We have added a few of our Hoh Bo Spey designs to the flyshop and have several assortments available in the Ebay store as well. We tie our Hoh Bo Speys on heavy wire 40mm shanks, so they get down to the strike zone quickly on the swing. The darker colours are great for fishing year round while the brighter colours can be more effective during the winter months. On sale now for $2.99 each.
I’ve been spending some time down by the rivers watching the salmon come up to spawn and tying tons of egg patterns to offer them. I’ve decided to offer up a few selections of Estaz Eggs in the Ebay shop. I’ll have a wider selection of sizes and colours coming in the next few weeks, but to start off we have a 5 colour selection of eggs for just 24.95 including shipping to destinations in Canada and the United States. Click the the link or the picture to check out the Estaz Eggs on Ebay.
For inquiries and quotes on custom patterns email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Piscator Flies Ebay Store is slowly getting back up to speed and I’ve put up the assortments of Alaskabou flies once again. I’ll be adding additional patterns over the coming months including Hoh Bo Spey, flesh flies, marabou’s and other Steelhead specialties.
Keep an eye out for our RIO Products clearance coming up as well. We have a variety of lines, backing, tippet and leaders starting from just $2.00. It’s not expected to last long, so get it while you can.
If you are looking for other fly patterns, email us at email@example.com with your pattern specifics. We tie lots of custom patterns starting from just $1.00. Cost will depend on the materials and complexity of the pattern.
I offer custom orders of patterns listed below as well and most Carrie Stevens, Bert Quimby, Lew Oatman, Herbie Welch and many others. Please contact piscatorflies[at]gmail[dot]com for inquiries. Flies can be tied on Partridge, Gaelic Supreme, Mustad (several models available 3907 A/B, R79, etc), Sealey & Sons and Allcock (limited availability).
I’ve also been wanting to start tying a few of the late David Mac’s patterns. I’m finding that I don’t have materials for most of his patterns as he used a number of exotic feathers in many of his creations. I did have a close enough inventory to attempt his Purple Kate.
It’s a simply pattern but really one that every stillwater angler should have a full stock of in their flybox. It can be fished on a long leader, under an indicator or jigged. Carrying these in your fly box could be the difference between being skunked out on the lake and being envied by every other angler on the water. Set the fly 5-8 feet under a strike indicator, and be ready to set the hook when the indicator moves. If nothing hits the fly, move it down 6 inches every 10 minutes until you start getting hits on the fly. These also make some of the best ice fishing lures for trout and perch. The assortment is just $12/doz and includes 4 of each colour (black, olive, red) in one size.
Hook: Mustad C49S
Thread: UNI 8/0 match to body colour
Bead: White brass match size to hook
Wire: Fine copper wire
Body: Super stretch floss