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Close to Home | By Joel Sackett

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The tables are covered with assorted feathers and fly tying tools as a few members of Bainbridge Island Fly Fishers learn the finer points of tying a Reverse Marabou Spey fly.

Hopefully this results in catching, (and releasing), some steelhead trout.

Bainbridge Island Fly Fishers get together on the last Tuesday of every month at Seabold Community Hall to swap stories, share tips about where the fish are biting and tie artificial flies.  Anyone interested is welcome.

 

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