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  1. 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. Spey Classifieds
    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. 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. Spey Classifieds
    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. 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. 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
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