Friday, November 5, 2010

Drowning A Fly

Please no comments on how the hackles are suppose to keep the fly on the surface of the water.  Call this one artistic freedom. 

Also, This is the last day to take advantage of the special deal on the trout prints.  Any questions on what this deal was please refer to Mondays post, take a look at the prints I have available at the top of the page, and then Email me to purchase.

6 comments:

Anthony (Casting Around) said...

I think that most of the time, the flies probably float more like this, than prettily floating on the hackle-tips.

Kev2380 said...

Thanks for the comments on my blog Joel. I have been following your blog but haven't commented that often. They would just be come repetative. Great painting......

Brk Trt said...

A fly floating as such is going to be eaten.

I really like this one.

troutrageous1 said...

Right or wrong...I like it. The splashes of color pop and I'm impressed with how you achieved the depth of the waterline. Solid work as always.

AYearOnTheFly said...

The way I throw most of my flies they end up waterloged anyway. Thanks for the comments guys

Cofisher said...

Joel, thanks for joining Wind Knots & Tangled Lines. I've visited your site a time or two because I admire anyone who has got artistic ability like you have. I've got some catching up to do, but I sure like what I see.

Howard