My philosophy on fly tying is to tie flies that resemble the naturals (food items/insects).  This resemblance is more suggestive than an exact imitation which makes for a fine blend between the art of tying and the science of entomology. 



A photo of the natural accompanies each fly pattern below. I hope you can see the similarity that I see. 

Dry flies

Bull Trout flies

Nymphs and wetflies

Stillwater flies

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Western Green Drake

CR Black Spinner

Maroon Leech II

Furry Foam Dragon

Gray drake

Blue Wing Olive

Mahogany Dun

Carp Lake

Hex Nymph

Aqua Seal Boatman

Marabou Damsel

Carp Lake Hex  Dun

Trico Dun

Dark Blue Dun

Light Blue Dun

Pale Morning Dun

Trico Spinner

Brown Drake

Gingerstone

Northern BC Copper John

Whitefish Dynamite

Black & Silver Minnow

BT Grayling

Crazy Hair

Brown Flexx Pupa

Dragon Lake Nymph

Glassworm Larva

PG Green Chromie

PrinceGeorgeFlyFisher:

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Blackstone

TC Leech

Traveling Sedge

Bo3 pupa

Cinnamon Caddis

Skwala Stimulator

Stream flies

Isoperla Stone

Yellow Sally

Lime Sally

Isoperla Nymph

Pink Dot

Great Orange Sedge

(October Caddis)

Skwala nymph

Black caddis cased larva

BWO nymph

Clinger nymph

Stoneflies

Mayflies

Caddis

WGD nymph