Anchored Podcast Ep. 50: Ted Niemeyer on Natural Fly Patterns

Ted Niemeyer On Natural Fly Patterns
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Ted Niemeyer was one of the most skilled fly tiers the fly-fishing world has ever seen. A pioneer of realistic fly patterns, Ted was gentle to the core, so when he kindly welcomed me into his Washington home to share an afternoon of discussion, I was delighted. I am sad to say that we lost Ted last year—with his passing, we say goodbye to one of the last true gentlemen of our sport.

This episode is sponsored by https://blueskyfly.com
Length: 01:01:26

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