Vote on Your Favorite Fly for a Chance to Win Prizes From Some of Your Favorite Brands
12 Prizes = 12 Chances For You To Win!
Over the last 4 weeks, fly tyers around the world submitted flies to the #MicroSpineFlyTyingContest which we put on with some of your favorite brands to challenge fly tyers to push the limits of fly tying.
The Flymen team chose a winner each week, and now it's up to YOU to decide the final grand prize winners and have the chance to win the same 12 prizes that the finalists will win, PLUS a Redington Fly Rod! If you vote, you will be entered into a drawing to win the following prizes.
All finalists will win a NEW 2020 Edition Fly Tester! If you've already pre-ordered a Fly Tester and are selected as a finalist, you can choose to receive store credit of equal value as your prize instead.
The Fly Tester is currently available for pre-order. We are in phase 2 of the pre-orders and the phase 2 Fly Tester units will ship in June. Each finalist will have a Fly Tester reserved for them.
Emails will be sent to giveaway winners. If unclaimed within 3 days, we will redraw.
Fly Tying Contest Winners – Finalist Voting Round Complete
By @bradensherwood_: A Micro Feather Game Changer hybrid diver tied with one Micro-Spine Tail Shank, three 6 mm Micro-Spines, and four 8 mm Micro-Spines. The spines are palmered with hen saddle and filler flash. Finished with Surface Seducer Dragon Eyes in 7 mm Arctic Gray.
Steve Yewchuck (@envisionflyworks) took a crayfish pattern that has produced some amazing fish and downsized it using two 8 mm Micro-Spines, one 6 mm Micro-Spine, and 1 tail shank Micro-Spine. When stripped it has a natural fleeing tail action.
Brandon Bailes (@panther_branch_bugs) tied this Amphibian fly using one tail shank Micro-Spine, three 8 mm Micro-Spines, and two 10 mm Fish-Spines. The foam tipped tail helps to suspend on the pause and hook is keeled to ride hook point up.
By @agne: Pandalus borealis, inspiration from @seafly907. Fish-Skull Chocklett's Articulated Micro-Spine shanks 1 tail shank, 1x6mm, 1x8mm.
Morgan Eddy (@va_muddler) tied this Mutant Helgi Game Changer with 1 tail shank Micro-Spine, five 6 mm Micro-Spines, a streamer brush, rubber legs, and UV resin.
Devan Sieben (@devansieben): Tied with Micro-Spines and a homemade brush.
Herman deGala (@fly_tying_clips): Tied with five 8mm Articulated Micro-Spines.
By @bfgdoesntcatchfish: Micro-Spine Articulated Trout Slider. It uses the Fish-Skull Articulated Micro-Spines: 1 tail shank, 1 x 6 mm shank, and 2 x 8 mm shanks.
By @havocflyco: A lot of movement in this little 3” baitfish using Fish-Skull Articulated Micro-Spines: 1 tail shank, 3 of the 6 mm, 3 of the 8 mm, rabbit In chinchilla with the cdc multi clamp, a little gray and red schlappen, finished off with a Fish-Skull Baitfish Head and some Loon UV in black and orange for the fun of it.
By @feather.and.fly: The Swimming Dead. Moves like a dying baitfish, drives trout and bass crazy. Uses a 6 mm Tail Shank Micro-Spine and three 8 mm Micro-Spines.