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Why Weight?

Why Weight?

By: Matt Grajewski As a kid, I loved watching lure making segments. I can still picture Larry Dahlberg coming up with something new in his garage. Years later, I would apply some of the things I learned to designing flies. Strategically adding rear weight is one of my...
Rule Breakers: Muskie on the Fly

Rule Breakers: Muskie on the Fly

By: Matt Grajewski The easiest rule to learn about muskies is:  they often don’t care about the rules.   There are definitely “rules” you can follow to increase the odds of success, though.  And there are a lot of them.  Muskie fisherman are perhaps the most guilty...
Kill the Corona – Season 2

Kill the Corona – Season 2

Kill the Corona is back for another round. The Slide Inn, owned and operated by Legacy Ambassador Kelly Galloup, is hosting another fly tying contest that we were happy to sponsor. Since it was such a huge success last time, they have added more categories, prizes,...
New Vise Products!

New Vise Products!

Our customers give us feedback, and we listen. This has always been important to us. So, we are excited to release some new vise products this fall! Here are some of our favorites… New Master Vise Colors The Master Vise has always produced superior function....
Project Box for the Western Rockies

Project Box for the Western Rockies

By: Matt Bennett This time of year usually has me working on getting my own trout boxes in order for my yearly trip up to southwestern Colorado for a few weeks of fishing and hunting at our family cabin.  With all the craziness this year has brought, it will be...
Game Changer Book

Game Changer Book

Legacy Ambassador, Blane Chocklett, revolutionized fly tying with his game changer platform. Now, his highly anticipated book can be pre-ordered on our RD site! These flies have caught a wide variety of species in both fresh and salt water around the world. It is...
Ode to American Hackle

Ode to American Hackle

Whiting American Hackle is awesome. It is a super diverse product, giving the streamer tyer a great volume of feathers ranging in size, shape, colour, and type. A single saddle will have standard neck hackle in the 2” range right up to 8-9” covering Wooly Buggers to...
Tying the R2Z Ostrich Caddis

Tying the R2Z Ostrich Caddis

Caddis live pretty much everywhere trout do. That is a good enough reason to always have a caddis pattern or two in your box. In this video, Kelly Galloup shows us how to tie an easy and effective pattern.
Streamer Architecture

Streamer Architecture

By: Matt Grajewski I am frequently asked what my thought process is when tying a streamer. Especially when it comes to larger flies.  My brain works in a scattered fashion, so I imagine I often cause more confusion than clarity. When helping a friend figure out...