Flymphs

Some fine work, indeed, by my friend from Jarretsville, Maryland. Bill Shuck tied up this selection of flymphs, just to see how a set of these classic, heritage flies would look boxed up. I’m thinkin’ they look pretty darn good. 😉 This man can tie nice flies! Sweet Bill! Very nice work. I like your type, labeling, and fly arrangement. Thanks for sending me the photo of your work.

A selection of flymphs, tied by Bill Shuck from Maryland. Bill tied the flies, mounted the flies, arranged the flies, took the photo, did the type, the labels, the whole shebang. All I did was post this image off his very fine work.

A selection of flymphs, tied by Bill Shuck from Maryland. Bill tied the flies, mounted the flies, arranged the flies, took the photo, did the type, the labels, the whole shebang. All I did was post this image of his very fine work. Don’t forget, you can click on this, and any other image on my blog, to enlarge it.

And I did send Bill the plastic box for the selection, and gave him some pointers on how to use the foam strips I sent him to git ‘r’ done. Again Bill, nice tying!

Check out Flymphforum.com for more images of these classic, historic, soft-hackle wet flies, for more flies tied by Bill and others.

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6 comments on “Flymphs

  1. Steve Nack says:

    Hi Don,
    Interesting article about flymphs. Don’t forget about the Main Line Fly Tyers. We are flymphing club! We have many club flymph patterns – Delaware flymph, split-tail, black flymph and pheasant tail flymph. These are all deadly patterns which we have used from Alaska to Patagonia.
    Steve Nack

  2. Mary Kuss says:

    Hey Don, would you ask your friend Bill Shuck what I have to do to register on his Flymph Forum? I’m having a devil of a time navigating the process. Thanks!

  3. Kelly L says:

    Bill is an amazing tyer. His attention to detail is quite impressive. Quality work from start to finish. Thanks Donnie for highlighting this gorgeous display!

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