Catskill influenced flies incorporating modern materials
(and drunk cellphone photos in the woods)
Wow Those flies look like something that crawled out of the drain in my bathroom. Nice work. Looks like a great spot to fish too.
thanks Savage. I'd think about calling a plumber! haha Thanks for stopping by.
Hi Nate!Cool flies! Love the pictures of the stream. That stream just shouts fly fishing! Nice brookies you managed to get on picture too. By the way, I posted your flies yesterday. It's been a hard week with many "have to's" and I've still got things I "have to" do. Looks like a nice outing with the fly rod. Thanks for sharing!Friendly greetings from Sweden,Mats Olsson
Thanks for the comments, The stream is a dream! This year especially, I expect it to take off more than Cuba's fishing scene. A Federal & State funded program removed a couple of 150-200 year old dams, extending the migration area for alewife's & sea-run browns from .8 miles to 14 miles!!!! at the right time of year, these monsters can be seen spawning/playing like dolphins. It's kind of Exciting, because many of the secret areas that housed wild populations of brookies will now be a browns migration area. I'm having butterflies thinking about the possibility of all-natural Tigers!