I’ve been a little rowdy with the fly rod for a long, long, long time. Going back to about April 1 when finished up my speaking tour. It’s been incredible but now its time to focus. There’s art to do, an unfinished new website to work on and its time to organize my travel circuit for 2014. If your organization is looking for a speaker, have a look at my schedule and the enormous list of presentations I offer on my new website.
I actually snuck out last Wednesday. I went to a meeting in West Yellowstone on the banks of the Madison in the Park. After a quick chat I made two passes through Barnes Hole #2 but picked up only two small fish. Late summer continues to be unseasonably warm, exactly the opposite weather needed to trigger migratory browns and rainbows from Hebgen Lake.
As for art, I had orders for seven Cliff Fly boxes that needed decorating. That led to complete lock down over the weekend. I turned on the big screen, watched and listened to September baseball and got all done. Here’s a couple to check out. The first one up top is an Arctic Grayling scene and is on its way to Alaska and this one is a tailing bonefish headed for New Zealand for my good pal, Peter Carty.
I’m always taking orders. Get me while I’m hot! Contact Jeff