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Category Archives: Rogue River Flies
Here is my version of the Golden Demon. This was my steelhead tying mentor’s (Al Brunell) favorite fly. Al owned a flyshop in Gold Beach Oregon called Al’s Golden Demon Fly Den. Al was instrumental in my steelhead fly tying. … Continue reading →
Here are two more braided steelhead flies using a technique call Kumihimo. One is a variation of a Rogue Red Ant and the other is a free style fly. Please Share…
Here are some Juicy Bugs that I tied up today. These are for the Rogue River. I tried out a new thread called Veevus thread, and really enjoyed tying with it. It was size 14/0 and was stronger than any … Continue reading →
I have started tying Rogue River half-pounder flies for the Rogue River that will be used in September and October. Most of all of the flies will be tied using a size 8 hook. Size 10 flies can also be … Continue reading →
Here is a sample of Rogue River flies. I will be teaching a class on tying Rogue River flies at the Northwest Fly Tying and Fly Fishing Expo on Friday 3/9. BURLAP In 1945, Arnold Arana introduced the Burlap for … Continue reading →