Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

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Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Irv » Tue Mar 04, 2014 3:49 pm

Trying to get a fix on when and where the annual "Brotherhood" event will be held in 2014. Last year it was at the museum in Livingston Manor. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance - Irv
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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby hankaye » Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:19 pm

Irv, Howdy;

Welcome to the forum! 8-)
Take a wander through the different forums here on this humble board.
The answer you are looking for is in the Fishing Cabin. The Links and it's
baby, Reference Material, are well worth the excursion.
Please ask a ton of questions and if you can provide an answer for someone
else, by all means please contribute.

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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Irv » Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:26 pm

Hank - Thanks a million for the response. I'll look at the sites you've mentioned and will definitely have some questions since the entire area of North Country Spiders is a whole new world for me. Irv
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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Smuggler » Thu Mar 06, 2014 11:17 am

Hey Irv, thanks for signing up on the forum. Like Hank said, take done time to explore the forum, there is a mass of wonderful info here. Hope to see some flies from ya in the future :).
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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Irv » Thu Mar 06, 2014 2:00 pm

Hey smuggler - In just the last few hours I've come across some very helpful material. I've been reading WC Stewart and other works on north country fishing (both the flies as well as the ethos/style) and once the weather in my neck of the woods gets a bit warmer than arctic (unbelievable for my part of Virginia) I plan to concentrate on the upstream wet fly that Stewart so adamantly insists on. I've already found some interesting and helpful entries on the forum that speaks directly to the Stewart "method." I'm tying Stewart Spiders (black, grey, and claret) and will offer them to some very selective browns in the western mountains of Virginia.
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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby DOUGSDEN » Mon Mar 10, 2014 6:22 pm

Irv,

A big, hearty welcome to the this forum and we hope you feel at home here because for most of us, this is our home! Looking around and taking it all in is a daunting task in and of itself but very enjoyable. Go slowly, savor it, and ask a ton of questions!

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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Smuggler » Wed Mar 12, 2014 1:07 pm

Stewart is such a good read, I'm reading it again right now as well. Hope to see you at the museum this April!
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Re: Int'l Brotherhood of the Flymph

Postby Irv » Wed Mar 12, 2014 4:54 pm

See you there!
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