I hope you will enjoy Paul DiNolo's article about the Soft Hackle Brassies he and his friends found so successful this fall and early winter on the deep glacier-formed ponds (called kettle ponds) near his home in southeastern Massachusetts.
I've published his story on my Web site in the "Flies With a Story" section here:
Also, I have some better pictures of the flies. These have been included in the story, as well.
The photos done for the previous post were taken with a modified flash arrangement I was experimenting with. I didn't like the results: things looked to flat and there was no pop. So, I am back to the way I've done it from the beginning... using 2 or 3 desk lamps with spiral lightbulbs.