Choosing the Right Fly Tying Scissors

When tying flies, one point keeps coming up — the types of scissors we use. The reason is simple; all fly tyers use them and they all have different opinions! Here is an article describing the main types of scissors you may encounter during your fly-tying career. Entry-level scissors are useful for tyers who only…

NEW! Tick Removal Kits, from Flylife.

As summer is in full swing and all us outdoor enthusiast head outside to enjoy the beautiful weather, few of us are aware to the dangers that ticks present to us nowadays.  Not nearly as obvious as some of the larger threats out there such as bears, coyotes, venomous snakes, to name a few, and…

Fly Life’s first annual Panfish on the fly tournament !!!

So the long anticipated first Flylife company tournament is soon upon us.  The date is set on June 16th, between 6pm and 8pm.  Best time to catch big panfish on the fly. This is an opportunity to not only get out fishing but also meet and connect with other fellow fly fishers, enjoying the sport…

Black Sheep Lanyards! Available now at Flylife company!

Fly Life co is proud to introduce Black Sheep Lanyards to our great line up of merchandise.  We’ve been blessed with the title of the exclusive Canadian supplier of this great product residing from our US neighbors.  Lanyards simply can be described as the flyfisher’s best friend, and anyone active in the hobby losing an…

Headwater Brookies

Catching brook trout in the northern reaches of it’s range is as simple as casting a line to any water body within your vicinity, and in Canada there are literally millions of lakes or river to choose from.  When you’re living in southern Ontario or central, and eastern US states, Brookie waters are akin to…