A good reason to tie flies

One of the reasons I tie flies in stead of go fishing these days.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2015

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From: Ed. Madan · edmadan·at·charter.net  Link
Submitted January 6th 2006

Hellow Martin

A note to you and the staff. Thank you----all for a bang up job, the GGF web site has a little something for all of us who enjoy the sport of fly fishing an tying our flies. I bought Leon Link's book Tying Flies With CDC last year after seeing flies with CDC from GGF. 80% of fishing is with wets, soft-hackles, nymphs, this cdc material incorpated with other materials has improved many of my flies. The Zuddler is a fly from your site that has been good for bass an hybrids this year for me. I am looking forward too trying the Bow River Bugger this spring for Large Mouth Bass here in Georgia. From your picture it looks like you are snowed in. Good tying time. Jan. Feb. are the tying months for me. No snow here but cold-wet- windy a lot of the time.

Thanks again for all your hard work to make GGF an enjoyable web site for all.

ED Madan. Lagrange, GA.

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