Kevin Perkins: Reflections on Creative Fly Tying Ingrid Sils
      
      
The year was 1972, and Kevin Perkins chose to remain 
in the Pacific northwest once his enlistment ended. 
There he rediscovered his love of fly-fishing. "I bought
a small piece of property on the Methow River. It was 
less than an acre, but it was right on the water. 
Anyway, I started fly-fishing again and at the same
time buying flies at about 80 cents to a dollar apiece. 
After a while I came to the realization that I could 
save money if I started tying my own flies ..."
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