Lance Zook and Jeff Moore are in the process of creating the Second Edition of our HFFA Fly Patterns book This one looks to be bigger and better than the first!
They need your help to accomplish this feat. They have created a short list of rules to help them do this and a worksheet to help you document your fly.
HFFA Fly Pattern Book Volume 2 rules
|1. You must be a member of the HFFA in good standing.|
|2. The first submission of a particular pattern will be included. If you want to submit a "standard" patern (i.e. Elk Hair Caddis, Adams, etc.), you better get your submission in early, or come up with some kind of deviation from standard (other than color). Better yet, send in those patterns that are truly unique.|
|3. Please include at least one sample of the fly for photo purposes. If it's something tiny (size 18 or smaller), please consider tying it 1 to 2 sizes larger than normal.|
|4. There is no limit to the number of flies submitted.|
|5. All of the flies submitted will become the property of the HFFA and will be "disposed" of at the discretion of the HFFA Board of Directors (suggestions have been made to raffle off the flies at the Annual meeting and/or to assemble a fly plate(s) for auction).|
|6. Deadline for submissions is February 28, 2006. The book is planned to be complete and ready for sale at the 2007 HFFA Annual Meeting.|
|7. Please include a short (3 to 5 sentences) biography of your self. This may include involvement with the HFFA, positions you've held, how you got started in fly fishing, what keeps you doing it, etc. Just keep the focus on fly fishing and include how long you've been a member of the HFFA.|
|8. Rules are subject to change at any time. Please check the club website for the latest updates.|
PATTERN SHEET - PDF or Microsoft WORD
You can reach Lance at firstname.lastname@example.org