Saturday, December 5, 2009

Time to Tie


This is one of those awkward times of year when deer season is about to close, many of the trout fisheries are off limits and the ice on the ponds is only teasing each morning of things yet to come. Thankfully, the vice is only an arms length away.
Fly swaps and tying clubs are a great way to connect with other anglers and stay engaged with the sport during these "down" times.

Here's a Woven Stonefly pattern I'm tying this week for an on-line swap. It's one of my "go-to" pattens for boulder type pocket water where big black stones are abundant.

3 comments:

  1. Great looking stones. Love the knotted biot legs!

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  2. Do you have any info on Saranac River? Access locations etc.? Would appreciate it.
    http://riflyfisher.blogspot.com/

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  3. This is such an amazing entry and I love to read more of it so that I will be able to look over and have it as an inspiration for further articles to write about when it comes to updates on fly fishing and it's pros and cons too. I do hope you will get to visit our official website and let us know what you think about it. Here is the link
    http://bit.ly/coI6e8
    and thanks ahead. :)

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