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About BuzFly

Fly Tier CoverWe are a small compnay trying to make a living as a prodcuton tier and materials retails.  All off the flies we tie are tied at our shop to oreder to your specifications.  The materials that we sell come from some of the best distributors that we have access to and are sold to you at a resonable price.  The Bucktails that we sell are all processed by us one tail at a time.  WE DO ALL OUR OWN DYING OF BUCKTAiLS.  We put a lot of effort into our tails so that we can provide you with the tails that you need to make your tying more enjoyalbe and productive. 

If you are looking for a specific item or a fly not listed on our site please contact us and we will help you get what you need.  We tie all the standard NE Saltwater Flies and most of the Florida Flies you will need.  If you are going on a trip, let us know and we help you fill your box.  When you ask us a question we will try to help you find the answer and help you solve your problem. 

How can you help use make our site better?  Ask Questions and let us know what we are doing wrong or not doing.  Every once in a wile you can also tell us what we are doing right.  Just like your Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Skills can only grow with time and support from you fiends, we can only grow with support from you.  Please give us a try and let us help you with your Fly Fishing and Fly Tying.

About Brad Buzzi

Quality Bucktails, Materials and FliesBrad Buzzi has been tying flies commercially since 2004 and is the owner of BuzFly and the current President of The Atlantic Saltwater Flyrodders.  He specializes in saltwater flies for the Northeast and East Central Coast of Florida targeting primarily Stripped Bass, Bluefish, Weakfish/Sea Trout, Albacore, Snook, Redfish, Cobia and Jack Crevalle to name a few.  Some of his signature flies are Crease Flies, Gooey Flies, Epoxy Sand Eels and Dubbing Brush Flies.  He grew up fishing the Jersey Shore from Sandy Hook to Island Beach State park cutting his teeth on Snappers and Fluke when he was a very young boy leaning how to fish.  As he grew older, he started to fish for Stripped Bass, Bluefish, Weakfish and Albacore.  In the mid 80's his fishing expanded to fishing the East Coast of Florida, especially around Melbourne and Stuart.  It was during this time he discovered Snook and never looked back. 

Old VS New Sand EelIt was not until the 90's that he developed an interest in Saltwater Fly Fishing and was hooked as they say.  "I was fishing in Bayhead and watched a man waving a long rod with a washtub strapped to his belly.  He was catching fish after fish after fish while I was catching nothing along with the other pluggers on the beach."  Having never picked up a fly rod before, he realized he needed help especially after his first few outings doing everything wrong and getting good at the floating line shuffle in the surf without a stripping basket.  He never knew that one of the most influential Saltwater Fly Fishing Clubs was only 6 miles south of were he grew up every summer, so joining The Atlantic Saltwater Flyrodders was the next logical thing to do.  Since joining ASWF in the mid 90's he started to learn more about Saltwater Fly Fishing and Fly Tying.  He was very fortunate to be surrounded by so many people that were willing to help others and share what they have done openly and freely in a non-competitive environment.   

ASWF taught him everything he needed to know to start fly fishing the saltwater including fly tying.  Although not the best fly caster or rod and reel expert, he developed a keen interest in Fly Tying and Fly Tying Materials.  His fly tying was influenced by fellow club members like "Reggie" Regensburg, Lee Schechter, Steve Farrar and Bob Popovics.  The former Fly Tying instructor and ASWF club member Peter Vincelet was the one who accelerated his fly tying and tough him about Epoxy.  Peter showed him the importance of teaching others what you have done, not what you have only read or have been told.  Bob Popovics also taught him the value of good fly design, tying to solve a problem and keeping it simple.  ASWF and its members gave him his foundation in fly fishing and fly tying.   

Tying A Fleye Foil Sand EelBrad currently participates in all The Fly Fishing Shows on the East coast from Massachusetts to North Carolina, The International Fly Tying Symposium and TieFest to name a few.  While not at shows he ties flies for commercial and private clients, develops new materials, teaches fly tying classes, gives seminars and runs ww.BuzFly.com.  Every year he cleans, dyes and puts up a few thousand bucktails.  He has become know as having some of the best Saltwater Tails and dyes some very unique colors.  His website was just redone and includes articles about fly tying materials and step by step videos of the flies he ties.  More content will be added to give Fly Tiers a place not only to purchase materials, flies and other fly fishing related items, but to lean more about Saltwater Flies and Materials.  Brad is married to his lovely wife Jennifer and they have a teenage son Alex and live in Metuchen, NJ.