Salmon/Steelhead Flies

Salmon flies are deep in the roots of modern day fly tying. Their influence is ever present in the use of classic natural materials as well as wing and body designs. It is truly an example where beauty meets function at the end of a fly rod.

Salmon flies are divided into four categories; dry flies, egg flies, spey flies and wet flies. Our classic wet fly patterns are all hair wing conversions of what once was the standard feather wing design.

Salmon and Steelhead fishing has changed greatly with the addition of the Great Lakes tributary runs. Egg and nymph patterns dominate that fishery and have thus expanded the overall list of patterns.