Killroy’s Fly Tying is the complete fly tying site. celebrates its 11 year on the internet. Thousands of pages of fly tying patterns, fly tying articles, fly tying reviews and other fly tying and fly fishing resource links. We have started rebuilding our site in WordPress to make it more interactive. Stay tooned for a lot of changes.
Killroys Celebrates our 11 year Anniversary!
Join the celebration – Killroys.com celebrates 11 years of Fly Tying. Next year will be our 11th year on the internet. We will be having some great Fly Tying/Fly Fishing contests throughout the year. Join us in the celebration!
“FLY TYING. The technique of fastening various materials on a hook to suggest real or fancied flies, or other insects or food objects for the purpose of deceiving fish.”
The Wise Fishermen’s Encyclopedia, 1951
Article: Free Fly Tying Materials
Get creative and save some money. Free fly tying materials are available to you if you take the time to look around. Read this latest Killroys Article Click Here
Killroys Fly Tying is a site for Beginning and Advanced Fly Tiers of all ages. We have an average of about 30,000 new visitors each month and about 300,000 page views. The reason is because dedicated Fly Tying experts have contributed to our site contents. Thank you for making this one of the top Fly Tying Sites on the internet. If you would like to share a link to your fly tying site with us, email firstname.lastname@example.org
User Participation – We need you!
User Participation Site – This is a user participation site. We exist for you. The materials presented on this website have been contributed by our visitors. Vistors like you have made this a great Fly Tying Website by submitting their own Fly Tying and Fishing information. Click on the Submit Info. Link above to add your helpful Fly Tying/Fishing information.
Fly Tying Wisdom Submission from Brian A email@example.com
I use film canisters to hold my hooks. the lid is labeled with the contents glued to the underside of the lid is a magnet. to retrieve a hook, turn over canister, remove lid and the hooks can be easily retrieved.