In this step-by-step video Gordon van der Spuy, A.K.A. The Feather Mechanic, ties the Easy Peasy Ant. This pattern features
Digging up old fly-tying books I never thought I’d ‘use’ to tie my first-ever trout flies. I’m a competitive bastard.
Those of you who read every inch of The Mission magazine would have seen the piece on the invasive Red
The Air-Head Caddis, as originally tied by Gary LaFontaine, mimics an emerging winged-caddis. This modified pattern as tied by Herman
Besides snowshoe making its regular appearance in fly posts on social media, we also spotted beautiful, buggy caddis flies tied
I recently went on a bug hunt on the vaal, looking for a few subjects for my new Macro lens.
We found carp actively feeding with their backs sticking out of the water on shallow sand banks in a crystal
Beetles are fascinating creatures. They have been a favourite since childhood with Rhino beetles the size of two thumbs popping
A very cool short featuring The Feather Mechanic, Gordon van der Spuy, sharing a few thoughts on his fly tying
The first time I ever saw a pike was in a German animal book that my grandparents gave me when