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A Fly By Any Name

October 2, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

Toney Sisk applies his perceptive style to the topic of naming flies and tying streamside on his Wayward Fly Fishing site. “I sometimes tie along the streamside, where all human vanity must be arrested if you are to respond to what is happening in the water. There, you must focus on the basics. This is not the place for fussing over the color of the mayfly’s tail.”