The next meeting of the HFF will be October 17th. As usual we will meet at the Legion with dinner at 6:00 and the program at 7:00. We will start with the round table which gives us all a chance to brag (lie) about all the fish we have caught this past month. I am sure we will all be looking forward to information about the Wiper activity in Lake Monroe.
The program this month will be about spinning deer hair flies. With some examples of the wide variety of different bugs made with deer hair. These files include, but not limited to, the Dahlberg Diver, Beaver Island Jointed Sculpin Minnow and a Whitlock deer hair Mulberry Fly. That Whitlock Mulberry Fly caught some really nice Grass Carp on the Eel River over in Clay County. There will also be examples of the variety of the tools needed to spin deer hair, including some of the home-made variety. We will consider the hooks needed for various patterns and suggestions for the best thread.
As always, these demonstrations are a good place to ask questions and share experiences and offer suggestions. One suggestion I look forward to is a recommendation for the best vacuum cleaner for cleans up after this adventure. Many claim the vacuum is the most necessary tool for spinning and trimming deer hair!
Looking forward to seeing everyone on the 17th. Dinner at 6:00 and program at 7:00. Membership dues are due in October for the coming year.