Scott Biron cut his teeth learning to tie flies and fly fish back in the 1960s in the North County of New Hampshire. He has fished many of the streams north of route 26 in NH and his favorite the Androscoggin River. An active fly tying instructor for NH Fish & Game and is popular tying and instructing in regional shows. Scott was awarded the 2017 NH Traditional Arts Grant and studied the art of fly tying under Peggy Brenner.
Warrant Officer Streamer Fly
September Witch - Tied by Scott A. Biron
Allagash Lake Streamer Fly Tied By Scott Biron
Mollidgewock Brook created and tied by Scott Biron
10- Feather Emerald Shiner Streamer tied By Scott Biron
Rapid River Streamer Pattern - Tied by Scott Biron
Grey Ghost Streamer Fly Tied by Scott Biron
Orange Sprite Streamer Pattern tied by Scott Biron
Based in Moray in Scotland's North East, Allan has specialises with the wild trout from the rivers and burns, lochs and lochans throughout Mainland Scotland and the Isles. A strong passion for fishing simple dries he feels there's nothing better than to see the fish take off the top, but isn't slow to fish a range of different styles when mood or conditions dictate.
Fly of the Week - Claret Hedgehog
Fly Friday #192 - Claret Hopper - Allan Liddle
Yellow Greenwell Spider - Allan Liddle
Olive Sedge Tutorial Allan Liddle
Tutorial - Easy Tie Damsel - Allan Liddle
FLY FRIDAY #191 Red Bibio - by Allan Liddle
Black Pheasant Tail Nymph - Allan Liddle
CDC Emerger - Allan Liddle
Deer Hair Wing, Wickham’s Fancy by Allan Liddle
Fly Friday #186 The Comparadun Olive by Allan Liddle
Fly Friday #182 Wyatt's Deer Hair Emerger by Allan Liddle
My journey in pursuit of trout with the fly began over 42 years ago with an old fly rod and a home made wooden fly vice. What a gift that was. The woods and waters of Pennsylvania, the Appalachian Mountains and beyond have brought a life of admiration for the wilderness, forests, wildlife, and a thirst for “what lies beyond the next bend in the stream and over the mountain".
Fly fishing and the woods life is a lifestyle in which everyday I am involved in tying flies, fly fishing, trapping and hunting.
The Tomah Jo, the Favorite Fly of a Maine Indian Guide - By Fred Klein