Simi-Seal Buggers for Sale The Simi Seal Bugger is one of the most productive patterns that is in my fly box. Wether fishing on the urban ponds for bass and carp or drifting a large pool full of hungry brown trout, the Simi Seal Bugger is a must have pattern for all kinds of different […]
I have written in the past about how much I really like my Dyna-King Kingfisher vise. It is a solid American made vise that has held thousands of hooks in its jaws. Getting ready for my San Juan trip last spring, I was tying many flies in the 20-24 inch range and although the #20 […]
On any given Tuesday evening, Michelle takes off for some girl time over at her friends house and the pups and I get a little boy’s night in. After mowing our 100 square foot patch of grass out back, we settle into a nice little routine.
Drumroll…and the first number up is: #45 – Ty – Ty. Please choose your prize (fly box or shirt) and shoot me an email with your address. Congrats. And the second number is: #3 – Erin Block – Erin, once Ty sends me an email, I will let you know what is coming your way. […]
Last day on the giveaway. Make sure that if you liked AZW on Facebook,you give yourself a second comment on the giveaway post. I would love to hit that hundred mark on Facebook, so head on over and click that “like” button. I’ll let it run till midnight and then post the winners in the […]
Aside from being my go to streamer for the deep pools or swollen flows of the trout creeks, I have been having quite a bit of success in the urban ponds throwing green Simi Seal Buggers. John Rohmer originally started tying the Simi Seal Leech and his recipe can be found here. The Bugger is […]
Ben’s Salmon Fly This is a variation of the Mini-Hopper that seems to have taken on the identity of a salmonfly. I would love to know what you think and I believe I will need a name. Material List: – Size 10 Hopper Terrestrial Hook – 6/0 Uni-Thread – Dubbing (my personal favorite is the […]