My twin 7 year old boys have become more interested in flytying this winter. They have actually started to ask to tie flies occasionally. Usually it's some pattern they see in a picture or magazine that is so complicated and requires dozens of rare and expensive materials. By the time we sit down to tie I can usually convince them to try something a little more simple. Over the winter we've tied up various streamers, nymphs and foam bugs. This weekend they saw some crease flies and gurglers I have stuck in some foam on the wall and they wanted to give them a try. First Keegan had to tie up a foam ant since his brother tied one up a couple weeks ago and he didn't have one in his collection yet. After we got through that I helped Kai tie up a crease fly and Keegan a gurgler. The best part to them was tying the flies with white foam so they could color them up with permanent markers after. We caught a few little native brook trout in a local stream on worms this weekend. We'll have to start trying a few flies soon.