Pondering Fly Pattern "Authorship"

December 24, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

Ken Allen considers what invention truly is when it comes to tying flies, since often it is a minor change that makes a fly into a killer pattern. “In February 1985, I saw a new fly pattern — new to me anyway — rise into the public eye within two or three years, and the story shows how it often happens.” On MaineToday.com.