Denver Show 2017 Days 1 & 2
The Fly Fishing Show season begins at Denver, CO and heads s to Marlborough, MA, Somerset, NJ, Atlanta, GA, Lynwood WA, Pleasanton, CA, and Lancaster, PA. This year the opening of the Show in Denver looked potentially thin because of a snow storm the day before and very cold temperatures. Fly fishers are not to be deterred, however, and they showed up in good numbers on Friday (January 6th, 2017). I gave a casting demonstration, followed by time in the author’s booth, a power point presentation on The Angler as Predator, and ended the day with a tying demonstration. The crowd was always good and very interested.
Day two (Saturday January 7, 2017) was another day for great attendance. The Show has expanded to even more booths than last year, filling the hall and spilling into the hall way to the seminar rooms and into the area adjacent to the food court. Today I held a casting class in the morning, and then spent time in the Author’s Booth, gave a casting demonstration, and a power point program on Reading Waters. It was a full day, but the excitement of the crowd and the genuine interest of those in attendance made the day go fast and filled with fun and great banter.
I had a chance to walk around a bit of the show today and spend a few minutes chatting with Bruce Taylor from Albuquerque, NM. Bruce is an exceptional sculptor, working in wood. His fish, which he also paints are anatomically beautiful. Have a look at the photos below. If you want so see more of his work and consider a piece for you home or office, visit his web site, taylorsfish.com