‘Tis the season to be busy at the vise. I’ve also been sequestered in my lonely writer’s garret, churning out new material for your favorite publications, and buffing up some old presentations — not to mention outlining some new ones for 2017.
So, no fishing for me for two weeks now. (I know. That’s just plain wrong.)
A couple reminders:
I will be tying at the CFFA Fly Fishing Expo & Banquet, Saturday, February 4, Maneely’s, South Windsor, CT. Come see why the Expo is the best little fly fishing show going. I’ll be there from the morning thru early afternoon. If you’re there, be sure to say hello. For more information, click here.
There’s still space in my “Farmington River Favorites” Tying Class, Sunday, February 5, 9am-1pm at UpCountry Sportfishing. There will be a little bit of everything: wets, dries, nymphs, and streamers, from traditional classics to new designs. These are all high-confidence, proven patterns, and I’ll also discuss how and when I like to fish them. If you’ve taken my wets and fuzzy nymphs class before, most of these patterns will be new. Sign up through UpCountry Sportfishing.
We’re getting close to the magic number of 500 followers. Of course, we’ll have a giveaway to celebrate.
Last week’s worth. Some of these are for customers, some for future guide trips, and some for me.
I believe I saw a reference to a w/s caddis on current seams. I have searched google without success. What does w/s stand for? BTW, I enjoy your writings, thoughts and comments on fly fishing.
I saw your question last week and responded. You can find the answer here: https://currentseams.com/about/comment-page-1/#comment-6321