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March 11, 2016week in review

Spent the past week painting, teaching and tying/ organizing some flies. The good news is that I finished and shipped a series of cutthroat paintings to a client of mine. I think the four cutthroat watercolors will look nice framed and matted in their new home. Now it's onto the next project, another commission that, if all goes well should be finished in the next week or so.

All four painting together on the floor. Each one is 11x14".Top left to bottom right: Snake river fine-spotted cutthroat, Bonneville cutthroat, Yellowstone cutthroat and Colorado river cutthroat. Anglers who catch all four species in Wyoming earn a cuttslam certificate. You can read an old blog about our cuttslam adventure here.

series of cutthroat trout watercolors

The freelance art world is funny. Over the years I've done a number of projects and it seems like when it rains, it pours (in a good way). Besides the paintings I'm working on, it also looks like I'll be doing some illustrations for the JH Planet's best of issue. I did some work for them last year, doing chariactures of various winners. They were happy with them and it looks like I'll be getting out the ink and watercolors to complete a few new pieces...

The weather's been pretty good around here and maybe i'll sneak out in the next few days and wet a line. Hope folks take advantage of warm temps over the weekend.

Not all streamers have to be articulated with tons of rubber legs... Here are some simple, farily ugly, yet VERY effective blinged-out wooly buggers for spring lake fishing. My thought process, "let's make'em look like a panther-martin or something". And yes, these blinged-out synthetic mutants will work in a river too...

Recipe: tail: gold flash, body: white sparkly chenille, palmered olive grizzly hackle, Yellow dumbell eyes. Hows that for easy?

lake   bling. some teton fly fishing flies for spring lake fishing


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