About S365

During 2012, we will be showcasing one feather-wing streamers a day for the entire year. The concept is called 365 blogging, but if you look at a 2012 calendar, you may notice there are actually 366 days! Not to worry, we’ve been able to scrape up an extra streamer for the day. We will be auctioning off most of the streamers presented on the blog. This is a great opportunity for collectors to find some amazing streamers to add to their collection. We will also be putting together a series of books based on the streamers presented in the project. These will likely be on a quarterly basis. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Darren MacEachern at streamers365@gmail.com.

Any proceeds generated by the site will be donated to some of our favorite causes. We hope to help The Streamerlist with some basic funding, as well as make donations to Trout Unlimited, Casting for Recovery, Atlantic Salmon Federation, Project Healing Waters and the Rangeley Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum. The streamers submitted will be used to help raise funds, so your generosity will help reach our goals, and support these great organizations.

Thank you! We look forward to seeing your submissions and adding them to the blog.



  1. Hello Darren.

    I was wondering about the fly box and when it will be auctioned on ebay or did I miss it already. Thanks Loretta

  2. Awesome site! Ive been tying 3 years now, and within the last year have started tying full dressed Atlantic Salmon flies as well as the more intricate streamers. Mostly freestyle of my own concoctions. I would love to share a few for the site!

    1. Thanks for dropping in and checking out the site Rindy. It looks like we are full for the year already, but why don’t you drop me an email with a few pictures of your flies. Perhaps I can share a bit of your work on the site or the facebook page. Cheers


  3. I would gladly partcipate with some streamers from Scandinavia. Both own creations inspired by Carrie Stevens, but Carrie’s own very fine patterns too

  4. Please consider adding to your donor listing the Reel Recovery program. “The mission of Reel Recovery is to help men in the cancer recovery process by introducing them to the healing powers of the sport of fly-fishing, while providing a safe, supportive environment to explore their personal experiences of cancer with others who share their stories.” I’ve acted as a Fishing Buddy and Retreat Coordinator for this fine organization several times and it’s a worthy cause. Any assistance you can offer would be deeply appreciated.
    Best fishes,

    1. Hey Petr. Thanks for the interest in the project. Unfortunately we are full. Keep posted on the site as we may have another project in the future.

  5. I just picked up some supplies from a good friend in Fredericton which will allow me to tie some more of the streamers in this series. I will include them with the two I already mentioned.

  6. Darren, just wondering how you will use the streamers to raise funds. I would be pleased to help, but would like to know how it will work.

    1. Hey Gary,

      Thanks for dropping by. I’ve been collecting streamers from a number of tyers from around the globe and on Jan 1, I’ll start displaying all the flies one per day. I’ll be selling, auctioning, etc the streamers over the year to raise some money for the 6 organizations listed on the about page. Check your inbox. đŸ™‚

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