Swedish fly tier, Mikael K�llberg, does not waste any words in the description of himself, but he doesn't have to. His flies speak for themselves. They are unique creations, yet have a particular European style, and they a beautifully tied. As is often the case, I think they also can be great crossover patterns for our North American Steelhead and Salmon fisheries. See his flies to see what I mean.
My name is Mikael K�llberg and I live in Sweden. I am 39 years old and have tied my own flies for about 18 years now. I love to tie my own Salmon, Seatrout and Spey flies. Most my flies are hairwings with fox hair and feathers and most of the fly patterns I tie are my own creations. I tie my flies on tubes, single and double hooks. When I fish my flies, I use my Hi-Level 14" foot and a Fenwick 9" foot.
With each fly, I attempt to improve my tying. My flies get better and better. I think that one reason for this, is that I use the best materials I can get for these patterns, but I also like to experiment with new materials. Most of the flies I tie are for sale.