|We believe in presenting a multitude of products
that suite the imagination and creativity of tube
fly tyers. You will not find specific, one way
thinking tube fly "systems" on our site. Instead we
present several different tube styles and materials
that put the imagination back into tying tubes!
|EGRET JUMBO TAPERED NEEDLE
|COCKTAIL SPEY PLUMES
|Our new Egret Flexi Film takes all of the
things we love about the original Lazer
Wrap and tweak them up. Flexi Film has an
adhesive backing on it that really helps it
stay put on either a tube or hook shank. The
adhesive is water proof and just gives your
fly that extra durability because the body
wrap is actually stuck right onto the
|This new Speckled Scandinavian tube is
remarkable! When extruded a large amount of
glitter is added directly into the hot plastic.
This makes a tube that is a bit bumpy to the
feel but has the great attribute of never losing
the glitter. Many tyers are now using this
tubing to make some fantastic looking bodies
on their tube flies!
|Now in 14
|FIXED PIN - DOUBLE
TUBE FLY BOX
|been chemically treated and then
re-moisturized is just that.
Finally a spey feather that has
the "burnt" look to the hackle
barbs but not the dried out stem.
No need to soak these little
beauties before you wind them on!
|We've developed this Jumbo Tapered
Needle in response to so many requests
to hold larger diameter tubes usually
used for pike and muskie tubes as well
as large saltwater patterns.
|If you have ever had a full skin of
Guinea Fowl, you will know that
there are a few choice hackles on the
skin that are really big, but are not
yet a thick, quilled feather. These
select, extra long feathers are between
3 to 5 inches in length!
|We are always on the hunt for
feathers that are often overlooked by
the larger flytying industry
suppliers. These mallard hen feathers
have beautiful markings of
alternating dark and lite bars.
|If you are unclear, a kilt pin is what
keeps the bottom of your kilt flapped
shut. A friend of ours says it actually
keeps one from "winning first prize" at
the county fair!
For anyone who loves fishing and
wears a kilt on occasion, these can
make fantastic gifts indeed!
|We have to admit that when we
first saw fly fishing lanyards, we
thought they looked pretty
strange. It wasn't until we used
one did we truly get how
indispensable these are.
|Cock Tails are huge! Too often spey
feathers end up having too short of
a section to use before one ends up
with either a stem that is too thick
or brittle to wrap on a hook or a
tube. Definitely not a problem with
these feathers that have (on
average) six inches of wrappable
|By far the best tube fly box we have scene!
The stainless steele pins are tensioned
perfectly to hold your tube securely in
place. This great box fits 24 tubes on each
side and keeps your tubes straight and
organized for easy fishing on the river.