As you know, I am in Hancock this weekend for the One Bug Tournament sponsored by Project Healing Waters. Lindsay and her girlfriend are competing in the tournament as team … Continue Reading Thank You to Lindsay Agness Fly Fishing
After being told that I was on the list from my Project Healing Waters group it seemed like forever for this day to come. Starting with dinner tonight, Thanks to Healing Waters … Continue Reading Arrived With a Warm Welcome
Many of you probably have no idea what Anzac Day is. To be honest I didn’t either until hearing about it through a VFW post on Twitter this morning. Just … Continue Reading April 25th “Anzac Day”
When my friend Rhonda that I met through Facebook while looking for people to send me feathers for my fly tying asked me to make a fly for her soon to … Continue Reading Mr. T
As soon as I get these flies made for the farmer’s market, I will be back to writing regular blog posts. It is not like I have Fly patterns to … Continue Reading PTSD Ribbon
Making these service ribbon flies may or may not sell well for Healing Waters. I’m doing my best to design them with respect to the veteran that buys or receives … Continue Reading Having a Good Time
Been out on the streams trying to catch trout several times, but haven’t had any luck. According to my friend Ed, stripers are running up the Hudson near Germantown, NY. … Continue Reading Still no Fish
Constantly trying to find ways to heal my mind can drive me crazy sometimes. I have a granddaughter on the way. It’s OK to stay a little nuts I think.
Not to long ago I asked some people in one of my Facebook groups to send me feathers so that I can continue to tie flies. As you probably know … Continue Reading How Can I Help?
If you have not noticed I like to make big flies. Firstly my eyes are no good but my new bifocals are on order. Mostly I have a problem tying … Continue Reading Shaky Hands
Guess who caught his first trout of the year and first ever on a fly rod. Well if you guessed me, you’d be the April fool. I need more instruction! … Continue Reading Woo Hoo!
It’s April 1st and here in New York that means it’s the first day of trout season. I was up at 4:30am but I didn’t make it on the road … Continue Reading April Fool