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The Damselfly Nymph

Some time ago, I stumbled upon THIS ARTICLE in my quest for flies which carp may find delicious. Captivated by the fly, I instantly set out to imitate it at the tying station. 156 more words

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A Great Fly-Tying Resource

While there are a great number of resources available to anyone tying flies for warm water species, The Warmwater Fly Tyer is one of my favorites. 71 more words

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Pinkerator Rainbow Fly

Was a very fun day at the fly bench yesterday. My oldest was playing in my workshop when she came in and asked if she could tie a fly. 96 more words

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Merry Christmas

Just to wish all my friends, clients, fellow fishermen/ladies and bloggers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

All the best to you all for 2015 season.

Andrew Cartwright

Eddie’s Dragonfly Muddler Nymph

This fly is a nymph that you can cast like a streamer, and even troll with. A friend of mine trolls this fly slowly on a sinking fly line a few weeks after ice out on a pond in the North Maine Woods and experiences full body slams by 2-3 pound brook trout. 482 more words

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"Soft-Hackles for Winter Steelhead" in the current issue of American Angler

Calling all steelhead fanatics and soft-hackle aficionados: this article, appearing in the Jan/Feb 2015 issue of American Angler, is right up your alley. It features six of my favorite winter steelhead soft-hackles, including detailed photos, pattern recipes, and a little story about each fly. 54 more words

Steve Culton

Registration open for NH women's fly tying course

Women who enjoy fly-fishing and are interested in a new winter hobby can sign up for a fly-tying course with master fly tiers Jim and Kris Riccardi. 71 more words

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