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  1. Nutria Hackle – the better alternative to traditional feather hackle.

    Hooks, Feathers and Floss
    Here is a blog article I wrote on the use of reverse tied Nutria as a substitute for feather hackle. I hope you enjoy it. Nutria Hackle - the better alternative to traditional feather hackle. - by Jaap Kalkman. - Skeena River Fly Supply
  2. New DOT tubes from Skeena River Fly Supply

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    We are happy to announce our new Drilled Out Tubes (DOT). Designed for very small flies to be fished with a normal sized hook. Cheers. DOT tubes - Skeena River Fly Supply
  3. DOT tube step-by-step

    Hooks, Feathers and Floss
    Hi all, here is a nice step-by-step on the use of our new DOT tubes, by the originator of the tube; Colin Nicholls. Enjoy. DOT tube step-by-step - by Colin Nicholls - Skeena River Fly Supply
  4. Heron

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    We now carry heron; medium sized feathers between 4" and 7" that are whitened and custom dyed by us, as well as medium sized natural heron. Heron feathers - medium - Skeena River Fly Supply Large feathers will be in stock soon. Cheers.
  5. "Skeena Spey"

    Hooks, Feathers and Floss
    Sometimes it is just nice to tie on a classic hook. Here is a step-by-step for a lower Skeena spey pattern. Hope you enjoy. "Skeena Spey" - Skeena River Fly Supply
  6. Are Atlantic patterns effective for Steelhead?

    Hooks, Feathers and Floss
    The black over yellow colour combination has produced some successful fly patterns for Atlantic Salmon. Oddly it is not a common colour combination for Steelhead. Does any of you use this colour and have success with this for steelhead? Arndilly Fancy - Skeena River Fly Supply