Guilty as charged. I have not posted many flies on any of the forums that I frequent. Like most of you, I am busy, but that is really not a good excuse. I hear-by resolve to do better because if we don't share we don't learn.
As many have already said, fly tying can be as cheap or as expensive as you want it to be. You won't save any money but not many hobbies do. There is a lot of satisfaction to be gained when you catch a fish on your own creation.
I suspect that most of you fall somewhere between Keith who is a master tier and myself, who is all thumbs. One thing that has helped me add a few fingers to my hand is watching another tier work his magic. No better way to spend a few hours then in the company of a good tier. Makes for good social time as well. Don't be afraid to attend or even host such get together.
Those of you in or near the Fayetteville area would do your fly tying skills a favor by either participating or observing the "Fly Tie-a-thon" at Tarheel Fish & Game from 9am to 9pm on Saturday, April 19th or come by Gander Mountain between 1-3pm, Sunday, March 9th where I will be holding forth with my Allieworms, Foam Beetles and Woolly Buggers.