Fly Tyer of the Month: Tim Savarese

In the fourth installment of my Fly Tyer of the Month series I talk with Tim Savarese aka yea_trout_that on Instagram. He has become a social media rock star due to his incredibly sick stoneflies- but as you’ll see in this interview, his skills extend beyond just the Plecoptera genus.

Enjoy!

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Where did you grow up and how did you start your journey into the sport of fly fishing? Is it something you found on your own, or did your family get you into the sport?

I grew up in PA. When I was younger I did a lot of spin fishing. I got pretty good at it but it became boring so i bought my first fly rod when I was 17, it was a TICA #6-7. I still use it, great rod for the money. Corks starting to fall off. I used to have terrible nymphing tatics but I still caught fish. I would say fishing was mostly self discovered. My dad definitely got me fishing to begin with but l became obsessed with it after its introduction.

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Living in PA, you have access to some of the most consistent fisheries on the east coast with such a rich history. Who were some of your influences as a beginner?

PA has what I would consider world class trout fishing at times. Other times I sit and ponder whether the fish went vegan. Ha ha. Lots of great water if you know where to look for it. I pretty much did my own thing with fly fishing as well. I taught myself so at times I’m unorthodox but it works for me. I always tell that to new comers. You can learn from the best in the world but their way might not work for you. You need to find your style and methods of being successful.

What advice would you give to someone fishing eastern pa for the first time?

Advice for the area would be to bring a few rods. Nymph, dry, streamer. Lots of quality fishing but you may have to work for them.

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What is your current nymphing rig, rod, weight, etc?

I like to euro nymph, tight line, czech. What ever it’s called I do it. 10′ cabelas CZN. 4 weight. Sage 2250 reel. 2 fly rig. Its fun. Lots of action.


PA is pretty well known for the fly fishing competitions. What are you thoughts on competitive fly fishing- it is still controversial in many people’s minds. What positives or negatives do you see?

Hahahaha, I guess to each their own. Not my thing.

opening day trout

Any pet peeves you have about other anglers while on river?

I hate when people fish directly across from me in smaller water.  Not too many pet peeves, if there’s plenty of good water, give other guys some room.

articulated stonefly

To the guy beginning to nymph, what advice would you give?

 

Advice. Hmmm fish are constantly feeding. Just because you didn’t get bit first cast doesn’t mean they aren’t there. Maybe they were munching on a fat craw or gulpin a sculpin when your puny pheasant tail drifted by. Maybe that’s why you should fish size 4 stones and be done with it. Hahaha

 

As far as fly tying, there seems to be an endless stream of talent out there across the country and the world. Whose work do you find interesting these days?

So many great tiers out there these days. Lots of guys coming out with innovative patterns. I don’t have any particular names that jump out at me, too many good guys to list.

golden stone

How would you define your style of fly tying? What are a few of your favorite flies to tie? What is your approach when sitting down to tie? What are you hoping to achieve at the end of the fly? Some guys do it for artistic expression, innovation, while Russ Maddin has been quoted that fly tying is simply a means of production.

My style of tying is controlled chaos. My desk is a distaster at all times. Its inevidable. I tie halves of flies get bored and start something else. I cant sit and tie 50 flies. Its just not my style. I really focus on the cocept of functional realism. It’s the premise of most of my bugs. Lots of guys tie flies that look like they could crawl off the vice, and lots of other guys tie bugs that just flat out catch fish. I’m trying to tie a bug that will perform well at both of those. I’m definitely a quality over quantity guy.

stonefly box

Are you tying commercially right now? If so- how is business thus far? If no- is it something you’ve considered doing full time?

I just do small orders. No expansion plans for now. Just moving a few bugs here and there. Not quite sure what the future holds at the moment. I guess we will just have to wait and see.

stonefly hatch


To those that aren’t familiar, Tim ties some of, no- THE sickest working stoneflies that I’ve ever seen. How did you come up with the concept, and how did it evolve to the absolute jurrassic proportions and sickness that they are at now?

PA has a giant variety of stones as many states do and the trout destroy them. I started tying them and kept adding little features making them more realistic and somehow they ended up looking this way. I like fishing big stones because its usually my anchor fly so i want it down to the fish fast. I also want them to look obnoxious because I feel like the trout just cant help themselves when they see them bouncing along.

scorpion stone

What tips can you give to the people trying to tie one of those stoneflies? The rubberlegs have to be the most difficult part on that. Am I right?

Tips. Hmmm just be creative and have fun. Just break flies down to steps. All complicated flies are is a handful of easy steps. If you think about to many at once you’ll mess up. And yes, the legs are never easy, but you just get used to it.

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I ran into you back at the January Somerset show tying in the Flymen Fishing Co booth- how was that experience? Will you be a regular on the circuit this year?

The show was fun. I would absolutely tie at more shows if my schedule allows it. Fun meeting everyone, putting names to faces etc. The trout unlimited event was a fun event. A decent showing for a small venue. It was cool to tie and chat with the local guys from my area. Somerset is huge and very . Very different for sure. In the future I want to continue to do shows/presentations.

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Many of those flies you conjure up with feature Flymen Fishing Co products- what is it about their materials that you like so much- or put another way- if anyone hasn’t tried their products, what are a few reasons to try them out?

Flymen Fishing Company has some unique awesome products. Obviously I use mostly the realistic stone, mayfly and caddis beads, but they have so much to offer to streamer guys as well. Weighted sculpin helmets, crayfish tails, weightless heads, body tubing. So much potential. The beadheads and helmets are awesome because the paint doesn’t come off. I’ve tried, its really hard. The tungsten aspect is great because they get down fast. Overall just awesome stuff. Martin and the team do a great job.

new tails

 

az-mega-syn-golden-stone
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What are some of your favorite dubbing blends?

I like Arizona mega synthetic a lot. Great product. Dubs really nice and looks super buggy. I’m also a huge fan of Nature’s Spirit Emergence. They have awesome unique colors to chose from and are very easy to use.

advanced green weenie

A very recent series of flies you’ve been tying are these large buggy grubs with one being dubbed the Advanced Green Weenie- how did the design process go, because it is WAY more technical and impressionistic than the original. What have the fish said?

The advanced green weenie. ha. Yeah the grubs are cool.  The fish love them. I’ve gotten lots of good feedback with durability and fishability. The loon UV resin holds up great. All fish love worms.

grubby

You have a pretty big following on Instagram these days- who are some of your favorites to follow on their?

I’m very appreciative of all the people that follow me.  It’s pretty awesome that people are picking up what im putting down. I have a lot of fun with @bug.wild @wycoflyco @ebbsforce1 and @flyfishfood. We like to joke around a lot. I follow any pages that catch my eye. Lots of good ones.

With quite a large social media response, have you contemplated doing any tying tutorials?

Eventually once I get a few things accomplished with tying I will do tutorials for sure.

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You seem to tie all types of flies well- when you go fishing what do you prefer fishing- dry flies, nymphs, or streamers- and why?

I like nymphs best because they look the coolest and I’m mostly a dirty nympher. I actually buy dries from a local shop because i usually never have any or the materials to tie them. Streamers are fun to tie, but nymphs rule my vice.

golden stonefly

I saw on their your better half gave you a Regal Revolution as a gift- is that your main vise right now? What are your thoughts on that vise- positives, negatives, etc?

The regal is so sick. She was awesome with that surprise. I love it so much. Its not just my main vice but my only vice. I used to tie on an apex that was given to me. Man, that thing was ugly. Its nice to have a vice that actually holds hooks well. I don’t think there is a single negative aspect about a revolution. Id recommend them to anyone.

kayla outfishing him

Speaking of Kayla, she seems to be a very competent angler herself. When you fish together does it get competitive?

Kayla is killing it right now. Shes learning fast and is really good right now. Yes, she does out fish me sometimes and I’m cool with that. We definitely have friendly competitions. She recently became an ambassador for Riverbum which I’m obviously stoked about.

meal worm

What plans do you have for 2016 and beyond? Have you considered getting one of your patterns picked up by one of the fly companies? Any upcoming trips you are planning?

Lots of future plans, not going to disclose too much right now, but good things on the way. I will hopefully be tying at symposium and maybe a few more shows. Should be a good year.

flymen caddis

Are you working on any new pattern designs right now? Give us a hint on what we can see in the future?


More stoneflies, I want to start working on realistic mayflies and caddis as well.

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Any sponsors you would like to mention?

I’m in the Flymen Fishing Company tier program which I am super stoked about. Super thankful to Martin for that opportunity. Such a fun professional relationship.I am also pro staff for Fly Fish Food as well. Cheech and Curtis have been so great to me, and help me grow as a tier. They are such a great addition to the tying community. Websites listed below.

Flymenfishingcompany.com

Store.flyfishfood.com

Flyfishfood.com

Lastly, what are some parting thoughts you have- about anything. If anything is bugging you about the industry, or local politics effecting the rivers you fish, or you really want to bring awareness to a good cause in the industry etc.

I want the younger generation not to get caught up in the social media stuff to fast. Yes its fun, everyones doing it, but that shouldnt be the reason you fish. Not at all.  Fall in love with fishing because you love fishing. Not instagram likes. Don’t worry about “pro staff” or whatever you want to call it. If its meant to be then it will happen. If not then who cares! Just fish, fish a lot. Take care of the fisheries and the fish. Pick up trash, quick releases etc. Most imprtantly just have fun.

What beer you digging right now?

Sour beer is great. Very niche/hard to find but it’s coming around. It’s like the sour candy of beers. Destihl wild sour has to be my favorite at the moment.

sour beer

If you could fish anywhere in the world right now, where would it be and why? And who would you invite with you?

I really want to go to Mongolia for taimen, REALLY BAD. Its a 10 thousand dollar trip though. Mongolia is rustic, and taimem are amazing predators. Fishing giant squirrel patterns is appealing to me. I would take Kayla because she would love that trip.


 

I would like to thank Tim Savarese for taking the time to complete this interview. I know he’s been incredibly busy with orders. I’m going to post a few more flies of his- I just love his style of fly. Please comment below and let Tim know what you think of his flies, let me know what you think of this interview series so far etc- and I’ll be posting up a way in which you can win your very own stoneflies tied by Tim!

 

 

wyco flyco brown
walt evolved

 

 

mouse hatch

 

hot spot stone

 

heavy metal rainbow

 

caddis pupa

 

wire nymph
Again- just comment below and let me know what you thought. Next month I’ll also have 2 interviews hitting the website to fully catch up, and then I’ll continue doing 1 a month. If you haven’t yet, check out the web store HERE I’m going to be having a Memorial Day sale starting tomorrow….last but not least-

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Interview with Tim Savarese Coming Soon!

Hey Everyone,

Due to getting behind from orders, I’m going to have another Fly Tyer of the Month interview dropping over the weekend to catch up. The subject of this interview is Tim Savarese, a tremendously talented fly tyer out of Pennsylvania who you probably know by his Instagram handle, yea_trout_that. He has a tremendous following on there, and is really pushing the boundaries through his very unique style. If you aren’t familiar with his tying, you are in for a treat. If you are familiar, maybe you can learn something to help you in your pursuit of trout.

Along with the interview, I will be doing an Instagram based fly tying contest, where you can win a few of Tim’s insane creations, along with another prize or two.

If you aren’t currently subscribed to the blog- please do that so you can stay up to date on all of the new content and products going up on the site. Also, check out and follow In Pursuit of Trout on Instagram, @inpursuitoftrout

Stay tuned-

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Fly Tyer of the Month: Jonathan Kiley

 

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The following interview features high levels of synthetic materials on extremely original, progressive fly designs. Viewer Discretion Advised.

All jokes aside, there is still this archaic group of fly tyers out there that feels that synthetic materials somehow dilutes the purity of fly tying. Johnathan Kiley is one of the most progressively minded, creative, out of the box fly tyers in the business today. His designs are outright gaudy at times, but they catch fish. I’ve never seen one of his flies posted and thought that it was or could have been tied by anyone other than himself. Johnathan Kiley created his material business, Fly Skinz, a few years ago, and he is already shaking up the global material market with his innovative products. Without further ado, here is our interview.

First, for the people that are unfamiliar with you or your company Fly Skinz, give them some background. Who you are, and what your company is about.

fly skinz products

 Fly Skinz was created because as I was making up new materials most of the flies were names with “Skinz” in them. It was a brainstorming effort between myself and a mentor within the fly fishing community. What I really needed was a website or source where people could go and see how to use a lot of the products…the www.flyskinz.com was born. The best part about this whole experience so far is the people I have met along the way and the professional relationships I’ve created with them. I consider a lot of them good friends. Yes it is business but I really feel “old school” so to speak with having a relationship with people I do business with on a daily basis. I share a lot of information with them which can be very risky but I feel they will be honest with me in return.

 

     Fly Skinz to me is something of an evolution…I started the business or the thought of a business several years ago. I was tying for guides and friends a lot. I was pretty apt to customizing flies in which ways people could not purchase them. I was always inventing new ways to work with existing materials and even making new ones to help people catch fish. At some point along the way I felt I could use my talents of coming up with new materials and maybe make a living on it.

spiked slow rolla tails

     There is no doubt that the fly tying or fly fishing community is a very saturated industry. It’s actually extremely difficult to make people break the traditions of it. I’m not really worried about the “in-the-box” folks…I want to create something new and revolutionize things. There are a few people pushing those boundaries right there with me and I really feel it is a good thing. Think of traditional archery, or anything else that has evolved over the years…why not fly fishing?

scud skinz

The first product created was actually my Scud Skinz…I was tying a scud pattern to fish the waters of CO below the many reservoirs. These fish here are extremely pressured so I thought I needed to make a more realistic pattern to combat the fish identifying the norm. Literally you will hear people say the fish know fly patterns by name here. Long story short I made my own shell out of vinyl which not only made it appear realistic but was a lot faster to tie than using a plastic bag.

 

It seems like you’ve come pretty far in a relatively short period of time. Getting your materials into Hareline is obviously huge. How has the overall industry reception been? Any haters? We all know the purists that exist within this niche industries.

 

I would agree with you…I am really excited what I have done in a short period of time. With that comes a lot of pressure. I might be the one putting the pressure on myself, but either way I feel it. How do you stand out from so much tradition? How do you create something new in a saturated market? My answer is….thinking, strategy, research and development, and just plain old hard work.

 

With being new there are always going to be “haters” out there. I say, let haters hate. I’ve already been exposed to folks talking crap about what I am doing. It’s no surprise and honestly it’s more disappointing hearing it from someone that is very well known. The thing is, I’m not in this industry to make people mad, or step on toes…I just want to do something where I am free to think on my own. With that, the end goal is to one day work with a team or have a team of people that want to do the same with me. I want to be happy as I’m working hard day in and day out. If I wasted time thinking about that kind of negativity I wouldn’t be where I am today. Fortunately I have people that believe in me and what I am about that have helped me get this far in the industry.

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I owe a lot of credit to the Hareline Dubbin team and their support. They took a risk by having a guy such as myself and essentially making me part of this huge thing. I hate disappointing anyone or feeling that I have done so. So I work hard to ensure I am open about how I am running Fly Skinz. I’ve tried at the beginning to partner with  people and no one seems to be “all in”. It was like I was having to be like them in order to make it happen. It also moved slow and if anyone knows me I jump all in no matter what I am doing. If I feel for a split second someone isn’t with me I start solving problems in order to make something worthwhile.

 

You know that I’m drinking your Kool Aid- I immediately saw the innovation when I saw the Fish Finz for the first time. Tell us about the development of the Fish Finz- what gave you the idea, and how did the initial design and manufacturing process go?

 

fish finz

I appreciate that you have enjoyed the Fish Finz! The Fish Finz was  actually something sitting in the corner of my tying bench in a few different forms for a while. It wasn’t until I was in contact with the geniuses at Fly Fish Food that helped it come to fruition. They wanted me to make a sculpin fin so they could skip the annoying parts of making fins the old way. Just to have several finz in the bank ready to rock and roll. I sent them a few samples and it blew up from there.

 

Along the way I ended up developing a whole new material and manufacturing them myself as you see them today. It wasn’t easy, and I basically taught myself a whole new trade. That’s how I work though…all in as I said before. With some discussion with my mentor and what would be more appealing to the market it all came together. I am very fortunate and can’t thank all the people involved in the process enough. Yes I can come up with new ideas and make it work on a fly that fishes unbelievably but if the team effort doesn’t happen between inventor, manufacturer, distributor, shops and the customer…it won’t work.

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Cheech of Fly Fish Food- one of the earliest tyers using Fly Skinz products. (amazing work)

 

When did you start tying flies or fly fishing? What/who was the inspiration, where did you grow up fishing?
 Well, I was a young lad…just kidding. I was really young (8 yrs old) when I started tying and it was my father who showed me the road to learning. At the time the painstaking process of learning the very basics of everything seemed very unnecessary I now realize why. My father was very methodical and meticulous about teaching me fundamentals. From the beginning to end…so fly fishing for instance. I wasn’t allowed to actually fish until I learned to make all my own equipment. So the flies, rod, fly boxes…you name it! As a kid this was how I spent my time at home. My father was a jack of all trades and knew a lot about everything it seemed. What motivated me today is knowing that all his life he possessed all of these skills and could have probably worked in a field he loved but didn’t. I want to be someone my own family or people can look up to and motivated them to do something they love. After all it is the American way right? I know some people might not feel it is that way anymore but I am a believer. You are your own barrier.
walther white jonathan kiley
The Walter White of fly tying…
What are a few of your favorite flies to tie?
 
This is a tough one… I would have to say anything big like a streamer or a top water fly. The reason why is because I’m probably imagining what the strike or take is going to be like as I am making it. We all live for that tug!
awesome fly

As far as fly design goes your materials lend a unique advantage to anyone with a creative mind. Describe your fly design process Does it start with a new material, an idea, a problem to solve etc?

You nailed it…it’s usually to solve a problem. I’m always in that mode. Realistically it’s the critical thinker mindset I’ve been programmed with. I think I can thank my father for this. Knowing a ton of trades really allows a person to “connect the dots”. Over time you can just look at something and know how it is done. Like tying flies…when I did so many by the book I could just look at a picture and make it. If I didn’t have the exact materials I would improvise or make my own. I don’t mind doing it either, in fact it’s my preferred method. This allows me to be a free-thinker and less stressed:) within that there are some good life lessons.

crab bitz
How would you define your style of fly tying?
My style of tying is driven by my brain…ADHD. Sometimes as I tie a fly I might change it mid way through. However once I have made a great pattern I might only make a few minor changes along the way. Especially if I feel it needs refinement after fishing it.
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ADHD on these foam flies. Amazing.


Will you be tying at any shows this year?

 
I really hope so. Since I work in the aerospace industry full-time I am scheduled to make another move for work. The benefit though is it is somewhere warm and my fishing throughout the year is going to increase dramatically.
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I heard you grew up back east, where did you grow up and what made you move west? 

I grew up in PA, and fished a lot growing up all over the state. I moved west due to work, but with my job I have fished in places people would have to pay a lot of money to go where I have been. My job is a blessing in disguise for fly fishing. In general I have loved every place I’ve been as far as fishing. This might be because I use it as a stress relief.

What is on the horizon for you and Fly Skinz in 2016. Are you currently developing any new materials?

I have a lot of new ideas I am trying to make come to fruition for next season. I feel ahead of the game but along the way the new ideas keep flowing. These are some new materials coming out that I am really excited about and really think the tying community will be as well. I think this is the basis on how companies either thrive or die. If I could work in an R&D department for a fly company it would be a job come true. The “Brain Train” is what I call it, and never stops.

I saw that you got involved with Project Healing Waters. How did you get involved with them, and how has your experience been?

 I’ve worked with PHWFF for the last 3+ years in many capacities. First I volunteered as a mentor and tied during the tying classes. As I sat in and helped out I wanted to do more. It just so happens one of the leads was stepping out of the tying/training chair position.  I immediately volunteered because I had a lot of ideas. So I developed a class that taught more skill sets than flies. I knew that most of the veterans moved a lot after the program so I wanted the to feel confident in more areas than trout fishing in CO. It only seemed fair. Not to mention the had some amazing trips in saltwater and more. So with the help of my good friend Bill Kirk, we developed curriculum for 4 levels of classes. Each one progressively showed the skills where they could eventually tie anything and everything.

 

Here is a short list of my favorite flies/materials of yours for each one list how difficult they are to tie for an average fly tyer- from a scale of 1 to 10. One being easy, ten being very difficult. And then any tips you can give them.
 

1. Articulated Sculpinz using the Fish Finz:

sculpinz

I really feel this fly can be a 3-6 depending on how crazy you want to get with it. It can be easy like a wooly bugger, some zonker material and finz if you want. Tips for finz…easy as can be. If you want them to stick out simply tie some dubbing dos first and let the material get squeezed in between to help it pop. From there the fish will love the action.

2. Spiked Slow Rolla Tail- favorite type of fly to use them on:

swamp thing

The Swamp Thing… It’s a fly I created to attract the most unsuspecting fish. The slow rolla tails themselves are so universal…you can make worms, bait fish, bugs, your imagination is the only limit.

Back to the fly though…it’s an easy 2. However it catches fish like no other. The action it makes in the water is nothing like any tail out there. You can drag it on the bottom slow as can be and the fish will chomp away. I love that fly!
3. Your Foam “Flures”:

bass flures 2

So these are a recent obsession and take me back to when I was building lures. I also used to make handmade wood lures. These join the two together in ways that make any traditionalist cringe. That’s maybe why I love it 🙂

5. Mini Craw:

mini craw

The mini craw is surprisingly a little complicated…however it is a very effective fly. I will do a video soon I hope…it’s probably a 6-7.

What is your favorite type of:
Vise:  …now it is a Peak Vise
Bobbins: Rite Bobbins
Thread: veevus, mono, and Kevlar
Glue/UV: gorilla superglue & Loon
Fly Box: I love Cliff Boxes but also like tacky boxes for my small stuff
Fly Rod…I’m not a snob when it comes to rods or reels. A lot of manufactures use the same blanks but put their name on it. I have to experience before I buy. With that I have several I love. I’m looking into some glass ones again though.
Fly Reel… Same with reels as rods:)
Vest/Pack:I love Simms gear, and what they stand for. All around great gear.
Other Tool/gadget: hmmm , what can’t leave home without? A good camera…I’ve been sponsored by GoPro since I did triathlons a while back so definitely that.  I’ve also just purchased an Olympus TG-4 camera that I’m starting to really enjoy. 

Are you a member of any pro staff teams? If so- what teams. What are your thoughts about the social media pro staff craze in fly fishing?

I think I could consider myself a member of Harline Dubbin 🙂 and a few others but nothing like “pro staffers” you hear of these days. I’m planning a huge project over the next few years that maybe gets several entities involved.

Any one you want to give a shout out too?

Hareline is at the top of this list, along with Loon as they have also helped me out…of course my local Fly shop “The Peak Fly Shop”.

 

Any parting thoughts?

 

Not much on this except it’d be nice if everyone could just be happy for one another. Do your thing and if something doesn’t go along with your set of rules, as long as it’s not breaking rules…worry about yourself. Not everyone needs to hear your opinions. Appreciate and move on. As for the tying industry itself…there is not much out there that is really new any more unless you invent it yourself. There are those who preach to give credit where credit is due when it comes to patterns. Truth is there are so many patterns out there you could easily associate it back to someone else. I probably don’t know half the amount of tyers out there. Not because I don’t want to but it’s the way it is. Take a stroll at a show in different regions…there is no way to avoid the overlap. So get over yourselves and press on. Some of these “well-known” tyers do the same thing. Trying to preach for credit when they have modified one simple step on an existing pattern. It’s silly really, and I don’t have time for that kind of stuff.
Many thanks to Jonathan Kiley for taking time out of his busy schedule for this interview. He is a great guy, and an extremely talented fly designer. I’ve been using his products in my own flies, and to help spread the message I am going to give away quite a few of his products over the next week or so via Facebook and Instagram. Scroll to the bottom for links and information.
To end the interview, here are a few more pictures of sick fish and sick flies.

belize bonefish
bass flures 3
bass flures amazing collection
bass worm
proof of concept
buggers
mouse bitz
slow rolla fly
clousers with slow rolla
salamanders

fly skinz decals

 

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