For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
AlanHow I wish I could have been there, don't know nothing much about tying flies, but to be in the presence of all you guys tying would have been rewarding-----the Picket Pin and Soft Hackle performed excellent today on our tailrace, complete with some live action footage--watch for the post in a couple days. Thanks for sharing
Bill Trussell,Thanks.Bill I learned several new tricks. I can't wait to see that.
Alan, Thank you and all who came out. I was able to learn a bunch of tips and tricks from some great tyers. I paid extra attention to the soft hackles you were tying and the little blacks are mighty fishy.Thanks again,Kurt
Brookie61,Thanks.Kurt I'll be testing those little black bugs on Saturday. If your heading out Saturday good luck.
The best way to learn is to watch excellent tiers.
Howard Levett,Thanks.There were a few of them there Howard, and I learned. Only hope I retain some of it.
Good looking flies. Nice heads. Great body proportions. What hook is the shorter one?
ssj,Thanks.That is a little black bug, same as the longer one. The other in a burgundy bodied, badger soft hackle.
Right up your alley Brk Trt..
penbayman,Thanks.Fun times Mike.