Woolley Bugger Swap - Newbie to Expert Tiers Welcome

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by Ed Call, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. Norm Frechette Active Member

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    Norwich, CT
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    somebody can have my spot. thanks
  2. western New Member

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    Exeter California
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    If you extend. I would like in. Bakers Hole Bugger
  3. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kitsap Peninsula
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    Norm are you out or just being courteous to make space? I am going to increase the spots up to a maximum of 14. I'll update the main post now adding Kelvin and Western. I will leave Norm in until I hear back from him, we hope you'll continue on with us. Now there is room for a few more interested parties, again no level of experience requirements. If you are willing to join and meet the delivery deadlines you are welcome. Ed
  4. Norm Frechette Active Member

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    hi ed,

    yes, being courteous. if theres a newbie that wants in i'll give up my space. it will be a good learning experience for them. so you can give someone my space.

    there will be more swaps
  5. steeli Member

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    Seattle, WA
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    I dropped a line a few days ago right after you hit the 10. Could you confirm if I'm in or out? ...sounded like more spots opened up...your call Mumbles either way is just fine.
  6. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Steeli, I must have missed your PM. My apologies. You have been added. Thanks for joining up.
    Ansas, thanks for the PM, you are IN. Thanks for joining up.
    Norm, you are still in if that is okay with you. If a newbie wants to join I'll be the first to drop and still serve as swapmeister.

    We are full at 14 folks, as a reminder, update your fly intent so we can keep the variety to the maximum. Please tag your flies. Please get them to me by March 22nd with postage paid return included so I can turn them around as soon as I get home from the Hoh Down.

    When you are done let me know and I'll shoot you my mailing address.
  7. Kirk Singleton Capt Kirk

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    Sammamish, WA
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    ok- I have 14 complete. Where should I srnd these fish magnets?
  8. Camo Clad Warrior Member

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    Sedro-Woolley,WA
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    I think the number we have now is very nice. Like norm said if there is a newbie wants to join than I will give my spot up....In the mean time i got 14 flies to tie...
  9. Rob Ast Active Member

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    West Pugetopolis WA
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    8 down today, 6 more to go
  10. kelvin Active Member

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    dont know yet
    something simple
  11. Norm Frechette Active Member

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    wow! I'm still looking for my hooks! :beathead:

    Ok I'm still in! :thumb:
  12. kelvin Active Member

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    Seattle,WA
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    I have one tied and it's perfished and crimped barb

    I am tying a Yellow Jacket Woolley Bugger

    the IF IT"S YELLOW IT"S MELLOW

    for Fresh or Salt

    I caught 4 rezzies on it this morning
  13. Norm Frechette Active Member

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    huh?
  14. kelvin Active Member

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  15. western New Member

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    Exeter California
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    Address please
  16. kelvin Active Member

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    here's what I am tying
  17. Ed Call Mumbling Moderator

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    Kelvin, do you use that in the salt water?
  18. kelvin Active Member

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    Yes I caught some Rezzie on it last week
    I wanted to make sure it worked before tying it for the swap

    It's on a salt water hook

    Now I have to sit down and tie
  19. Rob Ast Active Member

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    West Pugetopolis WA
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    Kelvin - that is technically a wooly worm with the short tail. The genius of the wooly bugger was the addition of the floaty marabou tail. Just sayin:)
  20. Eric Tarcha gear whore

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    Seattle, WA
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    Sent mine out yesterday.