Just a quick update on the hook reference section. We’ve added Bergman Yellow Label, Gaelic Supreme Mike Martinek Rangeley Streamer 10xl, and the Gamakatsu Russian River hook profiles. I’ve got lots more to post, and I am still looking for a few hooks. You can see the newest profiles here – http://streamers365.com/hook-reference/
We have just added a streamer hook reference page on the site. We’ll be adding hooks over the coming months, but here is a sneak preview of what is in store.
We are currently looking for additional hooks to add to the resource. If you have hooks that we do not list we would be interested in hearing from you. Please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Starting January 1, 2012, we’ll be presenting a new streamer each day. Yes, I know that is over a year away, but we want to get a good head start to make sure we fill up the entire year! Good news though, 2012 is a leap year, so there will be at least one bonus fly!
We are looking for contrubtions from you. If you have an original feather-wing streamer, or have a favorite you would like to share, tie it up, and write out a short explanation of the fly (origin, originator, where it fishes best etc.), recipe and send it to us. We will eventually be using the flies to raise some funds for several good causes. Or, suggest your favorite and we can tie and post it! We are looking for favorites from streamer greats like Bert Quimby, Carrie Stevens and Lew Oatman to name a few.
At the end of the year, we plan to compile a book of each fly presented with a portion of proceeds going to support groups in the fly fishing and fly tying community.
For tyers contributing, we also will need a short biography of yourself, a head shot and any notes you wish to include. For classic patterns, please contact us prior to submitting to check availability as we do not want to duplicate.
All inquires should be directed to email@example.com