Monthly Archives: April 2014

CHIRONOMIDAE…

aka Chironomids or non-biting midges. The midge was the first fly I ever learned how to tie.  A simple pattern with not much material on it has proven to be a very successful fly in my fly box.  When I … Continue reading

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Lasagna with Pistachio Pesto and Prosciutto

Originally posted on The Garum Factory:
I eat a tomato lasagna about twice a year.  When it appears in caveman portions, as it usually does, the sight of it fills me with a kind of anticipatory fatigue.  Oh, no…  Am I really up for this?…

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CZECH NYMPHING

Cannot say when I have ever had such a great group of teachers help me with this foreign technique of fishing.  We were fortunate to have Scott Robertson, US National Fly Fishing Team and gold medal champion, Vern Jerimica also … Continue reading

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