It's Winter!

It's that time of year when the days get shorter, the lakes freeze over and you're stuck fishing in frigid rivers. Don't let that dissuade you. Here are some tips to enjoy tying and fishing during the colder months (where the season allows). Plan to refill your fly boxes : No need to venture out on the coldest and nastiest days. Take advantage of some fishing down time to plan for your tying needs. Even if you live in warmer climates, the days still end far too soon. Take the time to jot down notes on the patterns you need to replenish, ones you need to work into your repertoire or anything else you want to work on. If you plan the time and note the materials you need, you're much more likely to get it done. Focus on Flies: Work first on the flies you'll need soonest: Seems pretty obvious, but backwards plan your tying activities against the first trips you'll do as the weather warms or the days lengthen. Not only will it ensure you have the flies when

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