|03-07-2002 05:41 AM|
Great photography and nice work by "the kid."
|03-06-2002 02:35 PM|
If you need another hook cover cut the eraser off a #2 pencil.
|03-06-2002 08:27 AM|
One thing I did that was cool was I placed a small rubber cap over the tip of the hook to keep him from stabbing himself. I only had one, so I just suffered the usual stabbings, ouch.
|03-05-2002 09:38 PM|
|striblue||The apple does not fall far from the tree... great job... I think those would work well in Chatham.|
|03-05-2002 09:28 PM|
Was thinking the same thought you posted. Scarry huh! when we think alike?
Lefty - great stuff! Now if you could only teach 'em to fiddle?
|03-05-2002 09:09 PM|
|Dble Haul||Well done! I always like to see kids get their creative juices going at the vise. Looks like you have another source for flies.|
|03-05-2002 08:46 PM|
|Hawkeye||One question. Why isn't he in the swap? Good stuff! Congrats to the father/son team!|
|03-05-2002 08:38 PM|
Particularily the pinched barb..
Another generation is well on the way, with your son's work.
|03-05-2002 08:25 PM|
|Bob Pink||Great stuff there from the Lefty & son labs! Pretty soon we'll be able to just 'rock' back and say "Hey Kids, Want to fish tomorrow? You'd better crank out a couple of those ( fill in the blank! ) and I'll go make the sandwiches!"|
|03-05-2002 06:02 PM|
|juro||Awesome job! Bet he can't wait until he gets a fish on that fly (dad either!).|
|03-05-2002 05:50 PM|
Chip of the ol' block Deceiver
My 7 year old has been askin to tie a fly. So we sat down and I guided him through his 1st one. Takes me about a half dozen to get smooth, so his is about as good/bad as mine. But he did most of it himself. Here they are. We used that nice griz hackle I got at Cabelas.