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Born in the hills of West Virginia and graduating from WVU with a B.S. in Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Resource Management. Brian currently resides in the Green Mountains of Vermont with Lake Champlain at his doorstep. Brian is an avid fly fisherman and fly tyer, having flyfishing experience from the Deshutes in Oregon to the salty coast of Maine.Brian has made the "Runner Up" three times for the tying contest in the world published "Fly Fishing and Tying Journal" , one of the originators of the Ditch Pickle Classic http://ditchpickleclassic.blogspot.com/, and recently joined as a Board Member of the Friends of the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge. Brian specializes in tying Pike/Musky, Bass, Great Lakes Steelhead, and Trout. Brian started fishing at a early age of about 4
years old and received his first fly tying kit from Bass Pro Shop's at the age of 6 before he understood flyfishing, 30+ years later he is continuing…

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  • Born on February 20
  • Joined January 27, 2009

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Born in the hills of West Virginia and graduating from WVU with a B.S. in Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Resource Management. Brian currently resides in the Green Mountains of Vermont with Lake Champlain at his doorstep. Brian is an avid fly fisherman and fly tyer, having flyfishing experience from the Deshutes in Oregon to the salty coast of Maine.Brian has made the "Runner Up" three times for the tying contest in the world published "Fly Fishing and Tying Journal" , one of the originators of the Ditch Pickle Classic http://ditchpickleclassic.blogspot.com/, and recently joined as a Board Member of the Friends of the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge. Brian specializes in tying Pike/Musky, Bass, Great Lakes Steelhead, and Trout. Brian started fishing at a early age of about 4
years old and received his first fly tying kit from Bass Pro Shop's at the age of 6 before he understood flyfishing, 30+ years later he is continuing his flyfishing and tying love to share with others.

Joining me in the Vermont Fly Guy's flyshop this year is friend and fishing cohort, Ken Capsey. Ken is a native Vermonter whos home waters lie in the depths of Lake Carmi, Lake Champlain and the Missisquoi River. Ken is also one of the originators of the Ditch Pickle Classic, and maintains a following with his pike fishing blog http://pikeadventures.blogspot.com/. Ken and his Pike flies will be featured in a book in 2012 by Ad Swier from the UK.
All of the flies we offer are tied by us personally right from our own home. We offer flies that we fish and will be taking custom orders as well. We take great pride in our flies and go to great measures to make them the most durable and effective flies on the market. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with any of our flies, please contact us and we will gladly replace any fly within reason.
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