Knights of the CFFA Fly Tyers Roundtable

Camelot it is not. But if it’s a laid-back evening of fly tying, fly fishing talk and meet-and-greet, the CFFA Fly Tyers Roundtable in East Hartford is a fine place to be. Tonight I focused on soft-hackled streamers for stripers and trout. Some thanks are in order:

To the CFFA for the delicious dinner (man does not live on bread alone, but it sure helps) and for asking me to tie again;

To Bill Keister for letting me bogart his light;

And to everyone who came out on a cold, wet, rainy night. I think I can speak for every tyer when I say we appreciate it.

I don’t know what point I was trying to make, but I look pretty convincing. I think. Tying a Hi-Liter trout streamer.

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8 comments on “Knights of the CFFA Fly Tyers Roundtable

  1. Alton Blodgett says:

    Steve,
    Any chance of getting tying instructions for that fly?
    Alton

  2. Richard Heffernon says:

    Steve, good to see you last night. Could you give the recipe for the streamer you’re holding in the picture. I know the collar is marabou but I forgot the body and tail. Thanks.

  3. Ted says:

    Thanks for sharing your tying skills. We had some super tiers. Did you see the Amazing Pike flies by Tom Baranowski?

  4. Steve Culton says:

    I did, and I have. Tommy is very talented. Thanks for coming out.

  5. Richard Heffernon says:

    Steve, plse disregard request for recipe for the trout streamer-I found it, >

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