FLIES
With over fifty years experience fly fishing and fly tying has given me a pretty good understanding of what flies I need for a certain conditions and if feel my fly sections will do the job any where in the world. You will find saltwater, bass, panfish flies as well as my Bullethead Darter, which I feel is the best shallow water finesse fly I have ever tied or fished.

BONEFISH FLIES
BONEFISH FLIES You might think this a pretty short list of bonefish flies, but these are the only flies I ever fish. I have been to Central America, Florida and all over the Caribbean and this is my arsenal.

Contact me and I will describe my complete fly arsenal in regards to the sizes for certain areas.
SALTWATER FLIES
SALTWATER FLIES Our saltwater selection will handle all inshore, offshore and bluewater species. You will find throughout, most of my fly patterns use a fire-orange thread head. This little touch really gives the predatory fish a visible target and that adds up to greater success on the water. You will also note that vast majority of my saltwater flies and some freshwater version carry a epoxy head for durability.
LARGE & SMALLMOUTH BASS FLIES
BASS FLIES These bass are argumentatively the most popular sought after fish in the nation. Growing up around some of the best rivers for smallmouth in the USA, I have spent many days pursueing these feisty fish. And have developed a few fly patterns that certainly ring both largemouth and smallmouth bass dinner bell.

Don't forget to look at my Bullethead Darters. They are the best shallow water fly I have ever used and they will light up the bass.
PANFISH, SHAD & TROUT FLIES
PANFISH & TROUT These are what I cut my teeth on with the fly rod...panfish. I still can't wait in the spring when the bluegill start to roam the flats looking for food and a place to rear another family of young. This is my roots and I know it is the same with other fly fishing folks. The flies I have compiled here is a result of all the years pursuing these feisty little fish. If bluegill got to be four pounds, you would need a eight weight outfit to bring them in. They are the freshwater permit on light rods.

Find in the Trout section a unique twist to some old classic fly pattern which is guaranteed to up the size of the trout in your favorite stream
TYING INSTRUCTION SHEETS
TYING SHEETS- Looking for that one tying pattern in color and easy to read instructions? I have taken my patterns and made them available to you.

My tying sheets are 8 1/2" x 11 and are full color, The instructions have already been punched to insert into a binder and is sent in a full size envelope, so order several instructions at one time and cut down on postage.

To read more information on a particular patterns, go to my fly section before you make your selection.