Kenney's fly-tying skills are impressive
Among the fly tiers assembled at the Brewer Auditorium on Sunday, Sam Kenney was neither the most experienced nor the best known. That didn't keep Selene Dumaine from stopping by for a quick visit during the Penobscot Fly Fishers' Fly Tying Symposium.If you're one of those who knows someone who ... (Publication: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME))
The ties that bind/ Reasons for fly tying can be as unique as the individual fisherman
Take a fly fisher who's been at it for a while, and chances are he's also tried his hand at fly tying. Fly tying - the art, the craft, the hobby, the challenge, the reward.Fly tying - the fashioning of something out of feathers, fur, flashy synthetic materials and who knows what all else into ... (Publication: The Gazette (Colorado Springs, CO))
Some anglers are fit to be tied; Fly-tying can add enjoyment to fishing. Locally, there are several places to learn the craft.
The lingering fall and warm winter probably postponed many indoor activities for sportsmen. Fishing season will be here quickly, which means that those who tie flies had better put in some time at the tying vise soon. Those who do not tie their own flies, but would like to, still have time to ... (Publication: LNP)
Introductory Class Explores Fine Art of Fly Tying in Brewer
BREWER, Maine -- On a cold winter night, at the end of a dark gravel road, the parking lot is full. Inside, 32 students gather around tables with piles of fish hooks, feathers and other materials in front of them as Rob Dunnett walks them through the finer points of a woolly worm.Yes, a woolly ... (Publication: Bangor Daily News (Bangor, ME))
Fly-tying ace: Wisconsin man wraps up reputation for quality lures.
Byline: Sam Cook HAYWARD, Wis. _ Outside, the river flows by, dark against the new snow. Inside the house, just up from the river, David Lucca is in his "comfort zone." It's the room in his basement where he has tied thousands of fishing flies. On this February morning, he's at his formidable tying ... (Publication: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN))
Tying one on: The art of fly-tying relaxing, competitive for fly-fishermen.
Byline: Jeff Letofsky Jun. 15--The art of fly-tying is nearly as fun as the chase. At least, that's what David Ritchie and others who have mastered the art say. Ritchie, 53, is one of many local fly-fishermen who tie flies. It's a craft that requires patience, ability and skill. Ritchie started ... (Publication: The Pueblo Chieftain (Pueblo, Colorado))