Thoughts of spring emerge as anglers learn to tie flies
(MCT) — SUPERIOR, Wis. — Doug Anderson leans in to watch as Phil Johnson wraps the auburn feather from a rooster’s breast around a long-shanked fishing hook. It’s a Saturday morning in January at the Superior Fly Angler shop in Superior, and Anderson is at his second fly-tying class.
In a quiet alcove away from the fly rods and waders, Johnson is teaching Anderson, of Superior, how to tie a pheasant-tail nymph. The fly shop is offering fly-tying classes for beginners every Saturday morning for the next several weeks. On this particular Saturday, Anderson was the only student. Two others had to cancel at the last minute, Johnson said.
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