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Like Quarter-Pounders for a Teenager

January 17, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

It’s cold all over now in the northern hemisphere and anyone who considers themselves a fly tier has probably already reached the peak of their production for the winter season. In Maine, Mike Holt, proprietor of Fly Fishing Only in Fairfield, ties some very simple but effective caddis emergers that typify modern patterns. Ken Allen on MaineToday.com.