Rain? Odds and Ends and He’s Back!

So much for the weather forecast I heard day before yesterday and posted yesterday. It was raining this morning on my way to work. Not too heavy, but still, it was rain. Anyway, as I am writing, the sun is starting to peek through the clouds. Looks like it is on its way out. Yesterday and so far today, (knock on wood), they have pretty much followed the generation projection. Today, they are projecting it to be off until around 5:00 or 6:00 p.m. when they will turn on the equivalent of one generator for about three hours and then off the rest of the day.

If you are interested in learning how to tie flies, or pick up some different patterns, we have posted the free fly tying clinic schedule on our site. Clinics start December 4, 2010 with “Basic Fly Tying” being the first session. Check out “Fly Fishing Schools/Fly Tying Clinics” for the 2010-2011 fly tying and fly fishing clinics schedule. Give us a call if interested.

For those of you who knew that Shannon Roberts decided about three months ago to retire, I just wanted to let you know that he came back out of retirement. He got in some fishing time, and I’m sure some “Honey Do” time, but he missed the shop and all the wonderful folks he talks with every day, so he’s back! If you are in the area, be sure to stop by on a Friday or Saturday and say “Hi, glad to see you back!”

Any by the way, fishing has been good. A few of the ladies stayed over Sunday and fished some more. They all had a great day on various patterns, but especially small, 16-18 gray scuds. Customers coming into the store over the past two days commenting that fishing has been good, scuds, soft hackles, olive buggers.

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