Trout Dry fly swap

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by Scott Behn, Apr 20, 2005.

  1. Scott Behn

    Scott Behn Active Member

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    I put you down...We are sitting at 8 tyers right now, I'm closing it tonight at 7:00 so we'll see how many more folks join.

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  2. mike doughty

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    Alright scott, we need your address and are we still waiting for another tyer or 2?
     
  3. Ron Eagle Elk

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    Scott, Are we closed at 8? In any case 8 or 12, the flies are done and ready to go out. All I need is an address to send them to.

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  4. mike doughty

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    He snuck it into his first post while nobody was looking then tried to make me look like the dumbass when i mentioned needing an address as well. sneaky son of a gun he is. :D :p
     
  5. Scott Behn

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    I'm not a sneaky son of a... bawling: I figured everyone would look at the first post the most often so I updated it there. Sorry folks.

    I closed it this past Friday at 8 tiers. The address is

    Scott Behn
    12506 16th St. NE #A-5
    Lake Stevens, Wa. 98258

    Now hows that... :p

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  6. Ron Eagle Elk

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    Scott,

    Thanks, I guess I shouold start looking at the first post instead of going to the last page. Any extras belong to the swapmeister. They look a little weird for a BWO but they work like a charm.

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  7. cmtundra

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    BTW, put me down for a Blond Wulff.
     
  8. mike doughty

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    Flies are in the mail scott, u should have them in a couple of days.
     
  9. Scott Behn

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    I was starting to wonder if anyone was going to do a Wulff pattern, cool got ya down. I still don't know what D3 is going to tie, perhaps that coachman???

    Mike I'll look out for them, thanks.

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    yeah.... i have got them down now so i am going to do the coachman.... Finally figured out how to do the wings again so i am pretty stoked about that. I think they are size 16s but i lost the hook package and they may be smaller. I kind of like these small flies as they are difficult to start with but once you figure them out they go pretty quick.
     
  11. Scott Behn

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    Cool I'll put you down for the coachman...

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  12. Ron Eagle Elk

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    I had planned on putting those flies in the mail yesterday, but I went fishing instead. Crappies and Gills on a 3 wgt are kind of fun.

    The fles went out this afternoon.

    Tight Lines and Best Fishes,

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  13. cmtundra

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    I just finished yet another huge school project to the tune of 35 pages. After I catch up on my sleep tonight, I'll have some free time to tie. My flies should be done by this weekend.
     
  14. Scott Behn

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    Mike, Ron just got both of your flies today...Beautiful!!!!! Love those stimis and Ron I've never seen a BWO done like that before... :hmmm: Makes me think I'm going to have to get some of that shade of deer.

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  15. mike doughty

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    Glad you got them, they are still a work in progress.
     
  16. Scott Behn

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    I think they're f....ing PHAT!!!! At the moment I'm working on the original sofa pillas. Hopefully we'll be getting these flies sooner then expected.

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  17. mike doughty

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    The legs kind of pissed me off, but what can you do when they come rolled up.
     
  18. Ron Eagle Elk

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    Scott,

    They don't look like much, but I've taken more fish on those BWO's than any other pattern I've used. Most of the time I don't even hackle them, and they still float like corks. I get that color deer hair at Cabelas, it's the only place I've found that carries it. With flies that size a little deer hair goes a long ways.

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    Now y'all have got my curiosity going w/this BWO.
     
  20. Scott Behn

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    Wait till you see 'em tundra...You'll like it!!!!!

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