Through the course, I realized Atlantic Salmon Flies are indeed an old-school subject. It's the tradition and the historical legacy, which has been loved and transferred generation by generation. Teacher and Student or Master and Apprentice, that style of relationship has been naturally formed. Fortunately I met one of greatest contemporary masters of Atlantic Salmon Flies, Marvin Nolte. He was the gentleman I met at DePuy's Spring Creek. His chapter in Judith Dunham's book (Review 3) was what struck me in awe (again the book was published over 20 years ago). I haven't mentioned his name up until this chapter because I don't want the public to think I'm trading on his name. Soon I came to learn of his reputation: The Grainger Collection, Buz Buszek Award, the list goes on.