Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by tythetier, Aug 29, 2006.
Yep!, She Be Closed. Check The First Page Of The Thread.
Here are my ten ready to go -
Here's one pattern to look forward to by mail - (recipe in gallery)
Very Nice Cameron!!! What Is The Name Of This Fine Fly??
Geeze You Are Making Me Look Bad, I Havent Even Started Yet. Its All Good Though, Ten Flies Will Only Take Me An Afternoon To Do, So I Am Safe.
Glad To See This Is Going Good So Far, Thanks Guys!!
And as the infomercials go, "... we'll include not one, not two, but three" swap flies "for the price of only" entering this swap.
I've been busy tying this Friday, so I opted to include these when I send mine out:
General caddis pupae
Those flies look amazing Cameron :thumb:
My flies are going in the mail today.
Lookin' sweet. I'm pumped.
Those Look Awesome!!! I Need To Get You Into Every Swap I Do .
I Thumbed Through Your Gallery, You Got Some Pretty Bad A$$ Flies Tied Up. Those Spey Flies Must Take You Forever And A Day To Tie Up.
Alright Mine Are All Tied Up Too! Did Them Saturday Night While Linda Was Playing Super Monkey Ball On Ps2. Its Amazing How Much Tying You Can Get Done When The Wife Is Distraced By Video Games.
Im about halfway. Hopefully I'll finish tonight during the Raiders game.
"The Autumn Wind is a Pirate....."
Alright, Jason Gets The Early Bird Award. Got Them Last Night, Look Great.
Glad to hear they made the trip down south.
Yep. You Did A Good Job. Cant Wait To Fish Them. Do You Use Them More In A Lake Or Moving Water?
Mine are on the way with a couple extra for the miester. Call it the Red Headed Biot.
I use it when there is surface activity on lakes lakes and even in some smaller moving water as well.
Very Hot Loooking Fly Daryle!! Like The Red Thread Head. I Have Had Fish Key In On Small Things Such As This.