I'd be up for it - have never tied them, but saw a few interesting patterns in a recent tying book.....a "bead head" version with the bead in the middle of the "worm". Your thinking San Juan worm variants right?
I'm in for a Bloodworm swap. I have a pattern I use, It is a variation of an Atomic Worm. It has white gills and a peacock head. It has been effective in our Eastern Washington lakes. how many? Shall we make 2 each the're quick to tie???
I can't tell from your posts whether you've hosted a swap before. If not, as a friendly suggestion it might be worthwhile to read the thread below from last summer about when fly swaps go bad. There are some excellent pointers there about being a swapmeister.
Could we add another name to this swap? John Clark would like to participate, he is not on the internet currently so you would have to contact him through me. I will vouch for his reliability and tying ability. All I need to know is when you want the flies...
Sure can, I will add his name to the list right now. How does everyone feel about having the flies mailed by the 9th. That gives us lazy procrastinators over a week to tie up the flies and get them in the mail.