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  1. #126
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    true, verbiage is lost on me

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    Thumbs up damn dude

    I didn't think you were going to entertain yourself with that, I don't have any patience and that kind of thing makes me lose it if I don't get what I want, I'd rather just fish for now, then when I get a little older capable and I want to make ties hehehe

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    Whatcha tying? YOUR MESSAGE

    Nothing these days having quarantine by Covid-19. Stay Home Stay Safe

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    I tied some flies.


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    Lots of good ideas here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m787a5 View Post
    Nothing these days having quarantine by Covid-19. Stay Home Stay Safe
    Seems like the perfect time to tie a bunch of flies and organize the boxes


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    It’s time to get on steelhead flies. This is pre marabou madness and Arctic Fox frenzy. I’ll post after the material eruption all over the room.
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    Whatcha tying?

    Very much in learning mode, but did these recently

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    Lol at this gold wire wrap noticed when I was done
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    Runnoff is coming. About to tie up 50 Pat's in various colors. What is everyone's favorite chenille and leg combos for the old rubber legs?
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    ‘Working’ hard lately

    Filling up the worms!

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    Few more...

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    ^^^ nice


    i'm gonna try and throw some of my flies in a river tomorrow...see what happens

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    All kinds of stuff.

    Bugs:








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    Streamers








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    Whatcha tying?

    ^^^ those are fishy!




    X-caddis effort today in #18, #16 & #14

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    Any of you streamer guys had much luck w/ the gamechanger trend, specifically for trout? Son has been tying a bunch and they look great in the water and we’ve had good success with smallmouth but we don’t live in trout country.


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    Whatcha tying?

    & #8 Pat’s rubber legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by swimmy View Post
    Streamers

    Throw that thing in Quake Lake. I guarantee you will catch something.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Harry View Post
    Throw that thing in Quake Lake. I guarantee you will catch something.
    I like guarantees

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    Not as nice as swimmy’s work, but cranked out a few...

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    I'm pretty sure the Wooley Bugger was my first ever tie.

    Got most of my boxes pretty much full.


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    What light are you using at your bench?

    Thoughts on this one for fly tying?
    Pro-lite Dual LED
    https://www.amazon.com/Bench-Light-L.../dp/B0783NJKJV

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    Little baby nymphs!
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