New Fly Fishing Merch

| July 6, 2010

The experimental e-commerce section has been up and running pretty much all year, and has shown signs of being worthwhile. It was essentially created to bring you merchandise you can’t find anywhere else, and deals you will not find anywhere else.

Currently, we are adding some art and some unique flies for fishing for carp on the flats. It’s been said that tying flies for profit is impossible, and we are out to prove that. The post “Flies and Ointment” shows two of the flies that will be available for purchase here. There’s no way we will go down the epoxied road of making the Bitters, because that really is too much work. Go to your local fly shop, and get the Bonefish Bitters off the shelf – you’ll be glad you did.

And totally off topic, but somewhat related, work on the 1970 Airstream has reached a new fevered pitch, and the ultimate fly fishing home away from home will, with luck, money and determination, be in your neck of the woods sooner rather than later. How’s that for wishy-washy. If anybody knows what a “Full Monty” in Airstream terms is, you know what I am up against. If you don’t know what an Airstream Full Monty is, this scenario will probably freak you out. The shortage of information on Airstream Full Montys is enough to make anyone nervous, anyone without a huge building and a two ton hoist. Life and the economy certainly got in the way of this project …

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Category: Culture on the Skids, Fly Tying, Photography

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