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By Joe Healy, Ted Leeson

Readers will notice the best, most unique, and such a lot old flies released within the 30-year heritage of Fly Rod & Reel journal. The booklet is full of fly-tying suggestions and fly-pattern designs directly from Fly Rod & Reel, individuals reminiscent of Darrel Martin, A.K. top, Ted Leeson and so on all make this a must have or ideal reward for a fly tier of any ability point.

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The half-dozen or so anglers who had been on the water for the morning hatch had sensibly departed hours earlier, and I was thinking of getting on my way as well, when I heard the sound of a fish being landed. I looked upstream and I watched as an angler released a large trout, and I remember thinking that he'd 36 used up his luck for the day. But over the next 20 minutes the man led three more nice trout to the net. By now I was totally fascinated (and flabbergasted); I couldn't imagine what sort of fly he was using.

All I had with me were some size 16 and 14 Adams. To condense the next six hours of fishing into a few sentences: I went home with only one of the six size 16 Adams I started with . I lost the first three on 5X tippet, the second two on 4X tippet, and was finally able to land my first fish (which I estimated to be somewhere in excess of six pounds) on a size 16 Adams and 3X tippet. I lost count of the number of fish I caught on that last Adams after landing something like two or three more trout that took me into my backing on each hookup.

John first introduced a synthetic tailing fiber, later known as Microfibetts, in 1976. Other synthetics followed: Organza (a wing material), and then in 1985, Zelon (a tail, wing and body material). " In the mid1980's John, now know as "Mr. Synthetics," did a series of six magazine articles on manmade materials. From 1995 to 1999 John published another series of 15 articles called "Traditions," a history of fly-tying. By then his privately printed books on fly-fishing included: Synthetic Flies (1980); Flies with an Edited Hackle (1981); and Catch the Hatch (with hand-painted mayflies, 1984; a second edition appeared in 2000).

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