Grab your coffee (or tea) and pull up a chair for what we have for you this week: three articles as well as two patterns to check out. Enjoy! Continue reading
We have a good selection of articles and videos to kick off the month of August for the Friday Five. Since we featured a rainbow sipping dries last week, we start with a taimen chasing and eating a streamer, then move on to highlight some patterns for the summer and an article about lines drawn in fly fishing. Grab your cup of coffee and enjoy!
It’s hard to believe we’re at the last day of July already. Where did the past month go? There has been some good time at the vice in the past month tying some regular patterns to fill an order and getting to do some experimenting with new patterns (new to me and ones I haven’t tied before).
Here we are at the last Friday of July – hard to believe! We have a good mix of articles and videos today for you to enjoy, ranging from fly patterns to a dry fly-sipping rainbow trout. Have at it!
The coffee is poured, the selection for this week is ready, and it’s time for you to enjoy the show! This week features a video on the importance of fly shops, three articles, and a recipe (for something a little different).
It’s Friday, it’s mid-July, and it’s time for this week’s Friday Five!
Here’s your Friday Five for this week: two videos, two articles, and a podcast. Enjoy!
“Things Worth Reading” is getting a new name: “Friday Five.” The reason? Each week has a mix of videos, articles, and podcasts – not everything involves “reading” and “Things Worth Reading, Watching, and Listening To” was too cumbersome of a title.
So, enjoy this week’s Friday Five: three videos and two articles for your reading and viewing pleasure!
Over the past two months I’ve had some time here and there to do some experimenting with different fly patterns amidst the normal tying. No originality is claimed on any of these, since they’re all based (to varying degrees) on existing patterns. It’s always good to experiment!
Over the weekend I took some time to reorganize some of my fly boxes (much needed, for sure). The goal was to have a box to use specifically for warmwater and carp flies, on top of my bigger box for articulated streamers (3-5 inches long). It took a bit of time in the morning on Saturday, but I wanted to share the results.