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Fly tying lessons

December 16, 2018

I still have a couple of openings for” one on one” fly tying lessons, for beginners or novice individuals. If you live around the Essex VT area and want to get started on tying your own fly’s or want to learn some new skills or techniques, get in touch with me to set up a […]

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River report: December 9, 2018

December 9, 2018

Not much to report. Most of our guides have been taking some time off the water to get in the woods for hunting season. Many of the flies that I’ll be Tying this winter will be with the feathers and fur that I harvest from this and past hunting seasons. I’ve already got all kinds […]

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Stream and Brook fly fishing give away.

December 4, 2018

Last chance to win this NICK MAYER ART Permit print! Like, comment or share to win. You can also win via our Instagram page. Will announce the winner on Wednesday evening. Also a reminder we have gift certificates available and they make an awesome Christmas present! Give NICK MAYER ART a follow. streamandbrook.com

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Gift giving ideas for fly fishers

November 18, 2018

To a fly fisher, any gift related to fly fishing will bring a big smile to there face. Whether it’s a hat or tee shirt, a couple of flies , a fly tying lesson or a day on the water with a professional guide/instructor, the gift of fly fishing is always welcome and appreciated as […]

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Predator Flies

April 10, 2018

I’ve been trying to improve my predictor flies the past couple years. Still not very good. So I’ve invited Stream and Brook guide and expert predator fly tier ,Kevin Ramerez to join the Castawayflies.com fly club tomorrow evening at the Earthlogic building in Essex. Stop by and twist one up with us.

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Hare’s ear of a different color

February 13, 2018

Tying a Hare’s ear is a standard way of tying nymphs; Tail 1st, then tapered and ribbed abdomen, bulky thorax, legs and a wing case. If you change materials or colors you produce a nymph that can imitate a specific insect. Here I changed everything that I use to tie a traditional Hare’s ear, to […]

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