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You should have received details about The Early Show in the 9/24 electronic publication of the ISA Feedbag. In case you did not, here is the flyer with the information about the show. See you there!  

 

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One week from today! Let me know if you can help again this year.

John

Early Show 18 vendors

 

Mike Moline – Streamside Furled Leaders

Rich McElligott – Fies By Rich

Bill Scherer – We Tie It

Dan Basore – Historical Fishing Displays

Mike Jacobs – Hawkeye Fly Tyer

Bob Long Jr. - Tenkara fishing

Eric Heckman – Coren’s Rod & Reel

Jeff Fox – Bamboo rod builders

Jeremy – Dupage Fly Fishing Inc.

Norm Hartmann – Maxon Outfitters

Zeph Michaels - Orvis

Dave Gellatly - Northwind Sales

 

Guides:

Dan Boggs - Flying Musky Guide Co.

Abe Downs - Great Northern Fly Fishing

Craig Riendeau - Off The Deep Edge

Javier Guevara - Ecuador Fly Fishingrtg

Hunter Dorn- Wisconsin Fly Fishing Co.

Mike Allen .& Kurt Nelson - Midwest Waters Angling Co.

 

Clubs:

Dave Kuntzelman – Chi Tie

Jim Schmeidescamp –OBTU

Ed Miller – Nifty

Drift - Lanning Hochhauser

ISA - Bart Durham

 

Doug Taylor – Spey Casting Instruction

 

Featured Tyer:

Gunnar Brammer - Brammers Custom Flies

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my grandson cant wait to do mop fly demos. i will also be doing tying demos on my version of the dragontail style of fly. depending on how it is trimmed it makes a leech or baitfish pattern.   it also works good tied on a chatterbait  or jig head for you spinning gear fans.  see you there    rich

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On 11/12/2018 at 9:46 PM, rich mc said:

THANK YOU to John for 10 years of running this show .   you have done an excellent job 

Nice show, thanks to all.

Did anyone see Bob Long Jr's presentation on Tenkara?

Some similar concepts as shared in his downstream approach to fishing which he presented at a Blowout some years back, this time using the Tenkara. Very simple, worth a try as an alternative to conventional fly fishing. I will be doing some Tenkara fishing for trout next month in NC. My brother has been a fan and it will be interesting to give it a try. Hopefully I will not break any of his rods.

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