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Princes, are the Prince of nymph patterns

January 15, 2018

          The Castaway fly club meets again this Wednesday evening. I plan to stick with tying the the fly I need the most and have plenty of them. The fly I be twisting up is the Prince nymph. The Prince is my favorite nymph pattern. It is by far the most […]

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Woolly buggers are a no brainer

January 11, 2018

The brutal cold temps we have been enduring, have kept me inside and my vise hot with flies going on and off. I’ve been banging out my fav patterns of woolly buggers. You can’t have enough of them, or have them in enough colors. Woolly buggers are great because they’re so easy to tie. Simple […]

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Resolve to tie flies in 2018

January 2, 2018

Happy New Year everyone.  The new year means many things to different people. For me, I try to use it as a fresh start to be better as a person, a husband and father and as a business owner. It also signifies the start to fly tying season. My fly boxes and inventory are always […]

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March is Military Appreciation Month

March 6, 2017

March is Military Appreciation Month at Stream and Brook Fly Fishing Guide Service. With the safe return of ALL Vermont National Guards and the Green Mountain Boys from their recent overseas mission, Stream and Brook would like to show our appreciation and say thanks to all service personnel. During the month of March, we are […]

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Fish Food

February 28, 2017

Sorry for being a bite late with this fly of the week post. I’m sure everybody has been eagerly awaiting. There are a couple of aquatic insects that are available in some phase of their life cycle, most of the year. One of the most important is the caddis. Caddis are most important because of […]

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Warmer Thoughts

February 23, 2017

The last time I posted, I was getting ready to tie Woolly Buggers for Castaway fly tying night. During the course of that day it was snowing heavily and a couple guys got sick, so no one showed. I really enjoy tying with other people for the camaraderie and banter that is mostly about fly […]

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