Kevin Perkins: Reflections on Creative Fly Tying
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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