Classic Atlantic Salmon Fly Brooch Pins

Nothing says class like a classic and these Atlantic salmon fly brooch pins are just the ticket to dress up any attire. Hand-tied by our world-renowned resident master tyer, these salmon fly brooches feature genuine gold-plated Daiichi 2056 salmon fly hooks in size 3. They are attached by way of a post and gold-plated clutch, pinch type. Beautiful silver embossed and cotton filled presentation box included. All are classic hairwing Atlantic salmon fly patterns still in use today. Grab a bit of history and wear these with pride.

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Blue Charm

Blue Charm

With a history dating back to the mid-1800's, the Blue Charm fly has been catching Atlantic salmon for nearly 200 years. This handsome, and stately, fly pattern goes well with any formal attire, but can dress up even a flannel shirt and blue jeans.
$24.99




Orange Cosseboom

Orange Cosseboom

A fly pattern developed by John C. Cosseboom, the Orange Cosseboom has proven effective on the famed Miramichi River. The Miramichi, known not only for its prolific Atlantic salmon runs, but for the famous White Birch Lodge owned by baseball Hall-of-Famer Ted Williams. A beautiful and colorful fly pin.
$24.99




Rusty Rat

Rusty Rat

One of the most famous of all Atlantic salmon flies on the Restigouche River, the Rusty Rat claims both history and beauty. Some attribute its origin to tyer Roy Angus Thompson, whose initials make up the fly's last name. However, more recent research uncovered that the true originator was Joseph Clovis Arseneault. In any event, this historic fly makes a beautiful pin for any outfit or hat.
$24.99




Silver Cosseboom

Silver Cosseboom

Originally designed in 1923 by American angler John C. Cosseboom, the Silver Cosseboom was used with great success on the Margaree River in Nova Scotia. It is still in use there today and has gained widespread use worldwide for salmon. A simple, yet beautiful, fly.
$24.99




Silver Doctor

Silver Doctor

In 1850, James Wright created the first Silver Doctor salmon fly in Scotland, close to the banks of the river Tweed. The fly pattern was enormously popular then, and continues even today for both Atlantic salmon, and in smaller versions, for Brook trout. It makes for a strikingly beautiful fly pin.
$24.99




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