Kiss the Water, A Fly Tying Film

prince-charles-megan boydMegan Boyd is one of the most celebrated fly tyers of all time. At her tiny cottage in Kintradwell (Scotland), Boyd was known to welcome the Prince of Wales who’d watch in awe as she created intricate salmon flies. Boyd died in 2001 at the age of 86 after a lifetime of fly tying during which she received a British Empire Medal in recognition of her classic flies. Boyd’s life and fly tying legacy are celebrated in a documentary called Kiss the Water which chronicles the story of Megan’s skill and passion for tying and her relationship with the famous and not-so-famous fisherman who stood by her tying bench.

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