This past week, weather turned more winter-like. I would again say it's a "moderate winter". Nobody around here misses blizzards of last year this time but I don't like too dry & warm winter either. I'd rather feel the season.
I chose somewhat cloudy afternoons to visit DePuy's Spring Creek (www.depuyspringcreek.com). Following pictures show it was "colorful"!!
Then, my Atlantic Salmon Fly season is turning into the final stage. I wasn't sure, as of last November, how it would be due to all the business matters (Outfitter application, business set-ups, etc). I wasn't sure what the final project would be. I have been posting my flies and framing (and rest of business is going well). I have chosen the most ambitious and challenging task for myself. It's to complete "Unnamed Patterns from the 19th Century" introduced by the late Al Cohen in this book.
I already started Round 2 last night!! I hope to reproduce flies in the same quality and appearance. But I'm not sure about the framing yet. I might do exactly the same or change colors etc. Maybe overall I keep improving!
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