The Canadian Tube Fly Company
NEW FOR 2020
We believe in presenting a multitude of products
that suite the
imagination and creativity of tube fly
tyers. You will not find specific, one way thinking
tube fly "systems" on our site. Instead we present
several different tube styles and materials that put
the imagination back into tying tubes!
This fur also has the
all-to-imortant, natural taper that
allows your tube to have the classic
temple dog style wing. Not only a
winner for  Scandinavian style
wings but also great for fantastic
salt water patterns.
If you have ever had a full skin of
Guinea Fowl, you will know that
there are a few choice hackles on
the skin that are really big, but are
not yet a thick, quilled feather.
These select, extra long feathers are
between 3 to 5 inches in length!
We are big fans of dying over natural colours!
There is a good deal of tying that needs intense
colours, though often forgotten, is having flies
that have a hint of colour and still resemble
something more natural. These dyed over bronze
schlappen are just that.
Married wings can be a beautiful addition
to any salmon or steelhead pattern!
These goose shoulder feathers have been
selected to be almost free of stress
marks (the flaws on feather fibers that
can make them hard to marry).
Too often delicate feathers and fur will
often become matted down while in the
current, giving a tube fly a slim look. We
created the Egret Prop Tube to not only
create a bigger look with your favourite
patters but also to give it better action.
Because of huge demand, and because of many personal requests, we
are now offering a Limited Series run of tubes!
These will be seasonal
and will only be available when the tied flies are in stock.

We know that these tubes are not inexpensive. They are hand tied by
members of our Pro Staff in Canada! They are the same flies many of
our Pro Staffers use on their limited days on the river. They are so well
built that we often only use one two or three flies in a full day of
fishing. They are not the old traditional favourites. They are patterns
that are innovative and incorporate the latest material and techniques
that we are using on our own ties.
Another great way for your fly to
become wearable art, a super way for
you to show off your tying talents.

These have been the talk of many
groomsmen at weddings!
The kits contains enough plastic
tubing, hooks, and cones, to tie
at least 20 large tube flies. A
great way to "break in" to a
new way of tying flies without
breaking the bank....
We have had many requests to put
together a tying kit that is
specifically geared towards big,
aggressive fish. With Pike and
Muskie fly fishing becoming more
and more popular, we wanted to
put together a few of our "bigger
items" in one place!
Egret Predator Tube / Shank Kit