By David Young, Cheryl Young
I first began tying flies in 1955. My info got here from a booklet released through the outdated keep Herter . i purchased my fabrics from them and that i keep in mind receiving free hackle packaged in a brown paper lunch bag. It took me longer to discover the perfect hackle than to tie a fly. i used to be addicted to tying while I stuck an eight-pound rainbow on my first actual fly. It was once a Mickey fin tied with feathers rather than hair. i've been an avid tier ever considering. This pastime guided me to a occupation as a dentist. i like developing issues with my arms. Now I have fun with designing new flies to compare the various waters that I get pleasure from fishing. colourful images and illustrations are incorporated on each web page during this publication.