As we all see things through different eyes, I have asked a group of other fly tying enthusiasts to join me in this project to build a collection of ideas and patterns for all to share.
Guest Australian Fly Tyers:
Ashley Artis: Is somewhat of a perfectionist, as you will see in the way he ties his flies, they are a great example of a fly tyer's skill.
Warryn Germon: Master fly tyer, we call him the Trout Whisperer. Sadly, in 2008, we lost Warryn. It is with respect that his articles will remain on this site.
Peter Leuver: Author and highly respected fly tyer, Sydney NSW
Gordon Brooks: South Australia - Highly innovative fly tyer with a lifetime's experience
Ray Brown: Professional fly tyer and amateur entomologist from Tasmania
Bob Frandsen: A highly talented Australian fly tyer; specializes in Classic Atlantic Salmon Flies
Hans van Klinken: Netherlands - World famous fly tyer, creator of The Klinkhamer Special
Fabrizio Gajardoni: Italy - Internationally renowned multiple award winning fly tyer
Alberto Calzolari: Italy - One of Italy's greatest fly tyers with a major International reputation
Ezio Celeschi: Italy - Ezio is one of the most innovative fly tyers that I've seen come out of Italy. From his detached latex bodies to his imitative wings, intriquately drawn onto a material that is not unlike that found on teabags.
Roy Christie: An Irishman, now living in London, has a unique way of tying his now famous reversed emergers.
Barry Ord Clarke: Author, highly skilled fly tyer and an amazing photographer, as his website will testify. His workmanship, as you will see, is world class and we are privileged to have him as a guest fly tyer.
Mike Valla: If you are interested in the Catskills, its history and unique style of tying flies from a true expert, then check this out.
Enrico Puglisi: Enrico, is, without question, one of the leading exponents of saltwater fly tying/fly fishing in the world today. His unique style of tying wide body flies has created a world-wide demand for his patterns and the innovative materials that he uses to make them.
Steve Thornton: I suppose the best way to describe Steve is that he is a fly tying/fly fishing entrepreneur. Author, professional photographer and a highly innovative master fly tyer specialising in simplistic realistic flies.