Everything Tells a Tale.
Pumpkin Prince - Glamor Shot
A pretty winter rainbow that wanted to enjoy a little purple midge.
A small patch of moss finds itself surrounded by a frosty morning.
A beautiful section of stream covered in several inches of ice. I walked out onto it and saw a host of brook trout holding down close to the bottom.
One of my many Tacky fly boxes filled with some tactical nymphs for tightline nymphing.
S.O.S. nymphs are one of my favorite little flies when little mayflies are out.
My dad gearing up for a morning in Shenandoah National Park.
A nice 11" brook trout landed by my dad from Shenandoah National Park.
A nice rainbow fooled by a retrieved nymph.
Native Brook Trout from headwaters of the Jackson River.
Brook trout live in some beautiful places.
A cheering squadron of ants.
A glistening Rainbow Warrior
A solitary Frenchie. Incredibly effective fly.
The Red Butt Nymph. A pretty solid pattern. Incredibly easy and quick tie too!
An Adams variant I made with a red hotspot to really catch some attention. Tied with an elk hair wing, and deer hair tail.