Capt. Stan Mackerwicz sharing a pattern with the group...
Stan is a great guide and captain and a prolific tyer. He ties a broad spectrum of patterns as seen on the carousels at the Rod Builder's Workshop (http://rodbuildersworkshop.com), where he also teaches tying lessons.
Stan's homepage is http://flyaweigh.com/
Capt.Ray at the 'helm'...
Ray has been a great friend and contributor to our community. His famous anglehair flies were a hit!
Capt. Gil Berke packs da' house!
Gil is a well traveled angler with experiences in many parts of the world. He is on the pro staff at Natick Outdoors and runs charters out of Pamet on Cape Cod.
Capt. Gil Berke can be contacted via http://outermostexcursions.com
Harry Koons of Nauset Angler fame shows us how to tie the rat's ass... a fly he invented.
Harry keeps a great shop located right on the road to Nauset, "the gateway to the outer beaches".
Capt. Todd Murphy, propritor of Wellhooked Fly Fishing School and Charters, came over from working with Kenny Abrames to show the group how to tie a full dress flat wing complete with jungle cock eyes...
... and Pete Gray took the lesson to heart and sprouted some prize hackles out of sheer enthusiasm!
Capt. Art Sawayer stepped us through one of his proven patterns. Art is a Boneclave veteran and we look forward to some more good times this year.
01-29-2002, 02:45 PM
Thank you, Juro. That Pete Gray picture really made me smile. :hehe:
01-29-2002, 03:54 PM
Juro.. great pictures ..by the way who's the person in the second Todd Murphy picture wearing that bueatiful yellow cape hackle... those are perfect for flat wings right?
01-29-2002, 04:38 PM
Thanks Juro, Jeff, John, Terry and any others I may have missed.
Please don't hold it against me. The promotional consideration at the Northeast Fly Fishing Show goes a long way for us in the fishing community. All of us Pro's owe you all a debt of gratitude. The public exposure really helps our ability to get the word out. By helping anglers learn how to design and build our favorite patterns is a great testament of sharing information. We hope you have much success tying them and using them this spring.
Having the booth was a superb idea. Congrats to all who contributed their time, resource, knowledge and friendships. The pics are great. Now go forth my friends and catch some fish. Enjoy the ride.
03-15-2002, 01:04 PM
Juro don't forget to put XPRESS COPY logo and link for providing the materials and equipment for the decals. Xpress Copy, 104 Fore St. POrtland, Maine 04101 207-775-2444. Thanks.XPRESS COPY (http://www.xcopy.com)
03-15-2002, 04:22 PM
...Capt Ray mentioned how being at the show was good for him and the other "pros"...well, it's really great to have our friends share their valuable time and knowledge! We opened up a big can of industrial strength SYNERGY and got it all over everyone!
03-15-2002, 10:42 PM
Eloquently put noble Penguin!