Fly tying materials and paint from an artist’s palette are what I work with when the need to be creative takes over.

I have always considered fly tying and putting paint to paper both as art.

nd my real job in 1995 to pursue my passion for art, writing, tying flies and fly-fishing. I utilize my art talent when illustrating magazine articles or a new book. I also established myself as an accomplished watercolorist shortly after retiring; selling many paintings at 
fly-fishing shows or while conducting seminars from Florida to Alaska.

As an accomplished watercolorist, Fishy sells original paintings and reproductions at 

fly-fishing shows or while conducting seminars from Florida to Alaska.

View: Missing The HatchView: Double RigView: Red Lipped PopperView: Just One For Dinner
View: Autumn SalmonView: CalmView: SquirrelView: Carol's Caddis
View: Brookie Gray GhostView: FrogView: Christine FallsView: Leathertail
View: BluegillView: CrappieView: Pumpkin Pan FishView: Rainbow
View: Years After The StormView: First Fish of the DayView: Rising FishView: Still Life
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