Posted on January 23 2007
In what could be seen as a counterpoint to a recent article on saving money by tying your own, Larry Myhre lends some cogent advice on the realities of fly tying. Plenty of humor here: “Obtain all the catalogs possible from vendors of fly tying equipment and materials. This will give you a good idea of what is out there. Unfortunately, the longer you look at the offerings, the more imperative it will be that you possess them. You will learn that the worst possible reason to begin to tie your own flies is to save money.” In the Sioux City Journal.