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A New Years Tenkara Fly Tying Poem?

Your experiments and findings on tenkara fly-patterns and fly-tying.

A New Years Tenkara Fly Tying Poem?

Postby Karl Klavon » Mon Dec 31, 2018 3:41 pm

I compose poems for trout by tying bits of feathers onto fly fishing hooks. And if the trout see fit to take my fly, I applaud their very good taste.

Wraps of thread, scraps of plumage and other fly tying materials, as well as steel hooks, all work very well together as fly patterns on fixed-line / Trenkara rods.

Terrestrial insects (Ants, Beetles and Hoppers), delivered into High Mountain Lakes by Up-Slope-Blow-In Winds, sustain the trout and put smiles on anglers' faces.

Buggy creations made of thread wraps, deer hair, foam and feathers, that pull eager trout from great distances to take our flies with great relish, are a big part of the reason why I tie flies. How about You?
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