Ed Berg is a life member of the FFF and has been tying and designing flies for forty years. Ed ties flies for a wide variety of fish including trout, bass, panfish, and a variety of saltwater species. His work has been published in a number of fly fishing magazines and books including David Klausmeyer’s ‘Guide Flys’ and Steve Thornton’s ‘Flytyers of the World’.
He is on the prostaff of Whiting Farms, Fort Shockley, Daiichi hooks and Nymph-head Beads and is an FFF Certified Casting Instructor. For the past twenty-five years he has been a demonstration tier and instructor at various FFF Conclaves and Fly Fishing and Tying shows in twelve US states and seven European countries. For twelve years he has been the only American tying at ‘Le Monde de la Peche a la Mouche’ in Paris, France. For the past four years he has been a demonstration tyer and judge for the European fly tying competition at the ‘Experience the World of Flyfishing’ show in Germany. Since recently moving to Colorado he is appearing at more shows in the mid-west when he isn’t exploring all that great Colorado water or making bamboo fly rods.