Galaxy Wonder Thread?

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  1. Joshw

    Joshw Tamer of Trouts

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    I was looking at some patterns on the internet from worldwide tiers and some of them use a product called galaxy wonder thread. I have never seen it or heard of it. Has anybody?? It looks like it would make some pretty good natural colored ribbing for nymphs and what not.
     
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    Josh,

    I've never heard of the stuff myself. I did contact Hans Weillenman in the Netherlands about it. He's checking into it and will let me know as soon as he finds something out.

    REE
     
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    Joshw Tamer of Trouts

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    Thanks Ron, please let me know what you find out. :thumb:
     
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    Joshw Tamer of Trouts

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    Thanks, Ron....I appreciate the detective work! :beer2:
     
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    Zen Piscator Supporting wild steelhead, gravel to gravel.

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    Ya, Hans knows or can find out just about anything related to fly fishing you can think up. He is an amazing tyer and caster. Ron, do u know if he will be coming to the show this year. I have not heard from him in a while.

    Peace,
    Andy
     

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