Todd Scharf Intruder Style Steelhead Flies
I met Todd a few years back at the Western Canadian Fly Fishing Exposition in Calgary. He runs Upstream Adventures, a guiding service and fly shop and ties some of the most incredible spey flies. He has a gallery page set up on the site, but I have seen many more flies and this just begins to cover some of his creations. You can view his page of flies he ties on tubes and shanks – http://www.upstreamadventures.com/toddflies.php. Todd uses some interesting materials including seal, polar bear, dyed white peacock, lady Amherst tail, and Rhea that he dyes himself to achieve the wide variety of colors he uses. The gallery is worth a look.
~ by Darren M on March 25, 2008.
Posted in crayfish, Fly Art, Fly Tyers, Fly Tying Materials, Salmon Flies, Steelhead Flies, Streamers, Tube Fly
Tags: Fly Gallery, Intruder, Rhea, spey, Steelhead Flies, Todd Scharf, Tube Flies, White Peacock