The Art of Tying Fishing Flies Can Get Very, Very Complicated

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A fly-fishing Hall of Famer goes deep on his version of the historic Green Highlander Hairwing.

Henry Hoffman started fishing 70 years ago, at age 15, and began tying his own flies about five years after that. By 1962 he was earning $1.15 for every dozen flies he sold.

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