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Fly-tiers gather for expo in Glenville

Bill Wemple of Glenville, center, ties an isonychia extended body fly as Bill Bandura, of Ballston, looks on at Goldstock's Sporting Goods Cabin Fever Fly-Tiers Expo in Glenville on Saturday.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Bill Wemple of Glenville, center, ties an isonychia extended body fly as Bill Bandura, of Ballston, looks on at Goldstock's Sporting Goods Cabin Fever Fly-Tiers Expo in Glenville on Saturday.
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Nothing is safe around a fly fisherman who is making a fly. Sitting in Goldstock’s Sporting Goods on this afternoon, John Morrette was tying flies and naming a laundry list of items, including fur, feathers and synthetic materials, that could be used to make the lures. “Anything that we can find to use that’s gonna help us reproduce something that looks like a living insect,” he said. The sporting goods store was filled all day ...


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