Pattern of the Month

Every month we present a new pattern – watch Mikael tie some of his best flies, show his tricks and share ideas behind our best salmon and sea trout flies. Subscribe to receive monthly packs of materials or ready flies, and shop the growing archive of packs available to purchase on a one-time basis. Discover some of our most innovative patterns and learn how to tie them with all the best materials. Welcome to Pattern of the Month!


NEW PATTERN 1st THURSDAY EVERY MONTH


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PM #29 – Micro Samurais

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PM #28 – Classic Vaehaeniva

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LATEST FILMS

#22 – Micro Dee Sheep & More Micros

#21 – Classic Pahtakorva

#20 – Nanook Classic & Micro

#19 – Barret Bimbo BTT Nobody

#18 – Fiery Brown Butterfly

#17 – Scott BTT Nobody

#16 – Green Samurai

#15 – Classic Mikkeli Blue

The Latest Pattern

December, 2022

PM #33 – Classic Greelander

The Classic Greenlander tube fly is a pattern that’s been with us a couple of decades now, but it originates from two of the most classic of all clearwater flies: the Green Highlander and the Silver Grey. This cross breed is a superb sunshine fly. It’s one of Mikaels absolute favorite sunshine flies and has given fish in rivers around the world. We fish it from a few mm on a BTT, micro or nano design but also like this classic, slightly bigger version. It’s a pattern we seldom fish in the biggest sizes, maybe because big fly conditions very seldom appear in the clearest water.

Pattern of the Month

Introducing our new fly tying series: Pattern of the Month. Every month we will give you a new instructional film. Mikael will tie some of his best flies, show his tying tricks and share the ideas behind our best patterns. Together with this we introduce a subscription service. You can subscribe to either a pack with all the materials or a pack of ready flies. This is a great way to discover some of our innovative patterns, learn how to tie them and fill up your boxes and wallets. Subscribe—sit back—and get ready for a new exciting fly tying experience every month!


LIVE THE 1st THURSDAY EVERY MONTH


MATERIALS TO TIE 10 FLIES OR MORE + STORAGE

A new pattern is presented, automatically re-ordered the 27th and delivered to you before the film is out every month. Comes in a SOS Organizing wallet. Cancel at any time.

549 SEK / €52 every month

6 READY FLIES OR MORE + STORAGE

A new pattern is presented, automatically re-ordered the 27th and delivered to you before the film is out every month. Comes in a SALAR Supreme fly wallet or fly box. Cancel at any time.

449 SEK / €43 every month

ONE-TIME MATERIAL PACKS

ONE-TIME FLY PACKS

Pattern of the Month

Every month we present a new pattern – watch Mikael tie some of his best flies, show his tricks and share ideas behind our best salmon and sea trout flies. Subscribe to receive monthly packs of materials or ready flies, and shop the growing archive of packs available to purchase on a one-time basis. Discover some of our most innovative patterns and learn how to tie them with all the best materials. Welcome to Pattern of the Month!


NEW PATTERN 1st THURSDAY EVERY MONTH


Sold out

(Save 10%)

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(Save 10%)

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The Latest Pattern

December, 2022

PM #33 – Classic Greenlander

The Classic Greenlander tube fly is a pattern that’s been with us a couple of decades now, but it originates from two of the most classic of all clearwater flies: the Green Highlander and the Silver Grey. This cross breed is a superb sunshine fly. It’s one of Mikaels absolute favorite sunshine flies and has given fish in rivers around the world. We fish it from a few mm on a BTT, micro or nano design but also like this classic, slightly bigger version. It’s a pattern we seldom fish in the biggest sizes, maybe because big fly conditions very seldom appear in the clearest water.