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November Fly of the Month: The Jiggler

Jig style flies are nothing new and have taken the industry by storm over the last few years, from the Kilowatt steelhead pattern to the Balanced Leech and a host of old standbys being adapted to smaller versions of these oddly configured hooks. The jig ain’t up by any means. Chum salmon are a worthy […]

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October Fly of the Month: Pumpkin Spice Latte

I’ve been fishing these simplified Woolly Bugger style flies for our local coho for many years now. With the wide variety of glitzy synthetic chenille that graces the walls of our little fly shop, the combinations can be truly limitless. Our fall clear water coho certainly show a fondness for various shades of green from […]

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September Fly of the Month: The Pink Torpedo

I hemmed and hawed over what to present for our September Fly of the Month for awhile. Though our pink run this year is less than stellar around the Sound, there are still enough out there to keep things interesting on a number of open rivers and it just didn’t seem right to let an […]

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July Fly of the Month: Tung In Cheek Herring

The Tung In Cheek (TIC) Herring came about through a desire to create a nose heavy, erratically swimming herring imitation using saltwater-safe components that would not corrode and would lend themselves to a full-profiled but easy to cast fly. The TIC Herring can be tied in any variety of sizes to match the predominant bait […]

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June Fly of the Month: Woolly Bully

The Woolly Bully is the brainchild of our friend Nathan Sundine who sought to meld two highly effective bream patterns, the Bluegill Bully and Woolly Bugger, into a no nonsense, easy to tie, completely irresistible panfish bug. I tie mine a little differently than Nathan’s version, but the premise is the same, and the outcome […]

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May Fly of the Month: D-Rib Carey Special

This month’s fly of the month brings you the D-Rib Carey. The Carey Special was originally developed in the 1920’s by retired British soldier Colonel Carey, who sought a sure fire trout pattern that would consistently catch fish. Fast forward nearly a century later and the Carey Special remains one of the most effective stillwater […]

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April Fly of the Month: Nano’s Leech

Here’s another healthy dose of Phil Rowley’s tying expertise from his recent visit to Bellingham. Nano’s Leech is a pattern Phil picked up from a friend during a trip to Lago Strobel in Argentina. While the pattern worked wonders abroad, it’s slim and pulsating profile, subtle use of flash and meaty presence make it a […]

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March Fly of The Month: Jig Bugger

We had the pleasure of getting to hang out with Phil Rowley again this year when he was in town for the Lynnwood Fly Fishing Show and to speak at the 4CFF meeting recently. Phil’s got a lot of great books and DVD’s showcasing his fly patterns, along with an awesome website where he shares […]

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Free Confluence Tying Night at Brandywine Kitchen

Still doing your darnedest to shake the shack nasties? So are we, which is why you’ll find us gleefully tying spring steelhead, saltwater or stillwater fly patterns at Brandywine Kitchen for another public tying night. Bring your tying stuff at create what you like, grab a burger or tasty sandwich, soup or salad, one of […]

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Phil Rowley Back in Town for “Monsters, Meat and Malbec, February 22nd at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club

The Confluence Fly Shop and the 4th Corner Fly Fishers are pleased to welcome Phil Rowley to Bellingham for a lively evening as he presents Land of the Giants-Malbec, Meat and Monster Trout. The event will be held at the Bellingham Golf and Country Club on Wednesday, February 22. Phil Rowley is one of the […]

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