Tag Archives: Fly Tying

SFBCA at the 2018 Toronto Sportsmen’s Show

By G. Chambers For most folks, March Break is a time to spend babysitting the kids or jetting off to sunnier climes, but for the Scarborough Fly and Bait Casting Association, mid-March is all about the Toronto Sportsmen’s Show (TSS). … Continue reading

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The Muscarovitch for Brown Trout

Looking for a fly pattern that produces big browns? Check out the Muscarovitch, a fly pattern developed by Gord Deval, President of the Scarborough Fly and Bait Casting Association. To be honest, the fly is based on The McStarkovitch, a … Continue reading

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Fly Tying Challenge

By Tedy Gordon, SFBCA member Can you invent your own fly?  Are you up to the challenge.  It is really not that difficult.  The question is would any fly catch fish?  I have created a caddisfly based on the adult … Continue reading

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Easy Egg Pattern

In the Fall, a single drifted egg seems to do the trick in catching Steelhead trout  (as past efforts at the Bighead River have shown). If you don’t have any fresh or preserved eggs on hand, here’s a super easy … Continue reading

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D.I.Y. Dubbing

Various fly patterns require the addition of dubbing twisted onto fly tying  thread in order to build up the fly body. Most dubbing these days tends to be synthetic though natural wool and other fibres are still widely used. Purchasing … Continue reading

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