A good link.

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  1. fredaevans

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    Sourdoughs -Marc Chapman, icthyoantagonist

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    Thanks, Fred. That is a great site.
     
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    Thanks so much. This is a GREAT link! I've sent it to a number of friends who send their thanks as well. Terrific! :thumb:
     
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    Thanks! thats a great site and i expecially liked the hopper pattern (something about fishing hoppers always gets me going). going to have to try that pattern out soon!:thumb:
     
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    Hi Fred
    I suspect i post on the same UK site, as that is where i live ,but missed this one, that is a great link, as is this one, a very talented fly tyer based in Colorado http://www.charliesflyboxinc.com/
    Cheers
    Richard
     
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    Going to resurrect an old thread because I found another great site. Check out http://members.tripod.com/stevenojai/flybox.htm - has photos and recipes, a bit of history about the fly, and if you click the link below the photo there are step by step tying instructions

    Rob
     
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    Interesting, Fred. I've been hanging out on some of the UK sites so I can pick up patterns from them. Very innovative bunch in the UK. Lately I've been tying wet flies in the Tummel and Clyde Style because they work and a lot of American trout have never seen them.
     
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    Damn, I just bookmarked each of those stellar links. Now I will start taking my laptop down to my fly tying/rod building bench in the basement when I'm puttering. I think I will be using those links quite a lot in the weeks, months and years to come. Thanks to all for sharing such great resource locations. I've been tying some flies using photos only from places like Kaufman's and Orvis' catalogs, I'm never exactly sure if I have all the components just right. There will be little doubt now. I have to find another excuse for why my flies won't work..."I must have tied this in the wrong material, color, size, etc." Very cool links.
     

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