Pattern EDWIN

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  1. saltyer

    saltyer New Member

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    Thought some of you may be interested in this early American fly (size 2). The pattern is from my upcoming book.

    Hope you like it
    Barry
     

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  2. psycho

    psycho Active Member

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    Vert nice:D
     
  3. david.schepers

    david.schepers skeeps

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    Nice. What did you use for the ribbing?
     
  4. saltyer

    saltyer New Member

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    Thanks. The rib is black floss

    Barry
     
  5. freestoneangler

    freestoneangler Not to be confused with Freestone

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    Nicely done. These are cool looking, do you fish them?
     
  6. S Fontinalis

    S Fontinalis Active Member

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    Barry, Love it.

    Looking forward to the book.
     
  7. saltyer

    saltyer New Member

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    Glad you al like the fly. No I don't fish anymore - problems with arthritis in my hands. Will try & post some more early American flies for your interest.
    Barry
     
  8. Steve Rohrbach

    Steve Rohrbach Puget Sound Fly Fisher

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    Barry, please keep us informed of the Title and date of publication of your new book. It will be fun to learn about some early historic patterns.