Thanks for the offer. Long time since I spent anytime in Brookfield. Last time there came home with a 68 impala 427I'm aware Joe! LOL! If you and your lovely wife ever come down this way, I can give you the guided tour.
Well, some of the rarer ones include:Thanks for the offer. Long time since I spent anytime in Brookfield. Last time there came home with a 68 impala 427a friend at the time I went to university with Randy McLean found for me. He was a 70 Boss mustang nut and his father drove stock car " Baker" ?? there real serious in those days. That was not yesterday
The mrs wanted me to ask you. What is the rarest duck you have ever captured a pic of
The wings of the flies are made of wood duck flank feathers. That's why I always try to bag a few in October, plus they're damn tasty! I can make about 30 sets of dry fly wings out of one mature drake. There, I guess it IS nature photography!nice stuff, Rob.
I know zilch about tying flies - wood duck feathers in there?
Interesting, Some of my best memories are fishing trout on the East river St. Mary's with my Grandfather.Being a kid who grew up on the banks of the St Marys river . I learned at about age 12 but tied mostly salmon flies . I will say those are some pretty handsome fly's . I haven't tyed in a decade .still have all the gear but not the eye sight any more lol . sold a good many flys on the river bank for 6 quarters lol .