Because when those idle hands keep idling, the caffeine kicks in, and the Golden Girls has a marathon on TV.. you start making stuff like this
What is it about the hare and copper that makes it so attractive to trout?
Does it look like anything?
Or is it simply because in fast water it looks like everything?
Everyone who knows me, knows that I love to cook, and those same people also know that while I will give anyone a recipe to anything I make… It isn’t always so simple because I don’t always have them written down.
(And then I hear “so.. I don’t measure anything? Just toss it in? And cook it for how long? Until it’s done?? what kind of answer is that?!”😂😂😂)
So Bare with me because this recipe is kind of one of those.
But it’s worth it, and it’s very versatile.
Also Remember none of this is set in stone so use whatever vegetables you have on hand, whatever spices you like and season it to taste.
Floss is used to create bodies on many different patterns and once you get the hang of it it is a lot of fun to use.
And while it may be fun to use, it doesn’t mean it is always easy to handle at first.
Let’s take a look at how to make a body with floss, then we will get into some trouble shooting and some of your questions and answers.
Winter is here and Christmas is around the corner!
As I am currently working on finishing up some holiday and winter projects I can’t help but think about the ones I finished (and didnt finish) in fall. Theres just something about fall fabric that you cant help but collect!
Even though I have been fishing since I was 3, I have only been tying flies for about 4 years, and no matter how long I do this, the urge to expand my knowledge will only get greater. So for me to share a table with another Tyer is always awesome in more ways than one. There’s much in the way of material discussions, techniques and history, along with a lot of laughing and thread breaking 😂😂
Only after having transformed that ‘clean’ tying room into a mad scientist lab like a tornado with 500 ideas in your brain for the millionth time, and after you notice that you have reference books spanning the last 100+ years on the floor, open to all different pages, notes and trial and error drawings scribbled… Continue reading It’s an addiction.