From the Vice: September 2017

After a warm Indian Summer that proved to be hotter than most (all?) of August, we’re finally getting fall temps the past two days. Here are the flies from the vice this month – some fun experimentation on patterns, nothing earth-shattering.

This month was heavy on sculpin and crayfish patterns – some standbys, some new ones. There was even some dabbling in some patterns from Greg Senyo’s book, Fusion Fly Tying, even though I’m not planning on going for steelhead anytime soon. (It’s not just about steelhead patterns – the flies in there work for a number of species!)

Here’s what we have from the vice:

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