I have shamefully neglected my trout vest and its accoutrements and baubles and other implements of destruction. So that’s today’s job: get it ready to go for some late winter/early spring fishing. Find a place for everything, and put everything in its place. Make sure I’m not missing anything. And restock the pathetic container that is my subsurface fly box — especially the nymph side, which is embarrassingly barren. Enough self-flagellation. To the tasks at hand!
Best get tying!
I know, right?!?
Hi Steve, what is the interesting pattern with the barred wood duck feather (lower left section of the fly box)? Tom
That is a Tomah Joe. Got it from Bergman’s book. A pure attractor.
I’m going to look into it and put some feathers to work. Thanks
Most of the Cape ponds are now stocked …just a warm up before our striped friends
show up. The tug is the drug as the saying goes. Bill
Always a pleasure, Bill…have at it, and have fun. 🙂