Written by: Bob Reece
Fly-tying is a life long adventure that I hope is a source of relaxation and renewal for those that pursue it. The tips in this video are not meant to rush you through the process of creating your flies. Instead, I hope they serve as methods that help you to become more productive and efficient in your creative pursuits behind the vise.
Bob Reece’s patterns are featured frequently on this blog. He guides for North Park Anglers in Walden, Colorado, works with the Cheyenne branch of Project Healing Waters, and is a former Trout Bum of the Week. You can learn more by visiting Reece’s Thin Air Angler.
9 thoughts on “Classic Pro Tips: How to Tie More Efficiently”
Thank you Chris!
Great tips. I like the kit idea. However, I myself am a tyer who likes to take his time tying. I find when I start rushing, I get sloppy.
Thank you Roger, the kits do help.
What are those scissors?
Glad to see I’m not the only one who whip finishes with their fingers 😉
I like the kit idea and do the same in zip lock bags. This helps a lot when I am teaching fly tying classes.
Thanks for the great info.