BlogBits™: Fly Fishing

June 11, 2023

BlogBits™: Fly Fishing

Did you know that making fishing flies is referenced as far back as about 200 A.D.? Records show that the Macedonians used colored wool, a hook and “two feathers from below a [rooster’s] wattle” and cast that into the Aestraeus River to catch a “speckled skinned fish” (perhaps a trout?). Today, people all around the world keep up the tradition and create their own flies to catch their targeted fish. If you enjoy fly fishing, check out our cabinet knobs for your fly tying supply cabinets.

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