Reminiscing About Poul Jorgensen

December 10, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

The second half of this interesting piece by Anna Minicucci in Warwick (Rhode Island) Online is a detailed tribute to Poul Jorgensen. (The first half talks about author Frank Daignault’s deer hunting.)
“We determined that Jorgensen favored cocktail and dinner parties and rarely seemed to tire of talking with fly-fishing, fly-tying newcomers. He and his New York state neighbors and fishing pals (Leon Chandler, Walter Dette, Mary Dette, the Wulffs and others) reveled in good humor while enjoying a libation or two. Jorgenson, for me, would be around forever, as would Leon and Walter. Not to be, as the circle of legendary fly fishermen and tiers began to drift away permanently.”