Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Mike Wilson, May 31, 2008.
Grandma Sweeney's Country Quencher, in the green bottle. If I am out of that, I'll hit the Thunderbird or Mad Dog 20/20.
Oh with out a doubt its all about the Gentleman's Jack.
Thunderbird or MD??
Surely you jest?:rofl:
busch light. in othello more b.l. is sold than any other beer. mike w
I have to be really focused or I'm buying flies. A good micro brew, but rarely two or more otherwise I'm wasting time, materials and again...buying flies.
I usually have a St Pauli Girl, Becks or one of the many fine beers from New Belgium brewery in Colorado... or two... or three. It tends to go from what I need towards what would be fun to experiment with about 1/2 way into #3. :beer1:
I woulda guessed Corona or Dos Equis.....You learn something new everyday!
Molson Canadian in the warm months(Because I AM CANADIAN) and OBAN on ice through the cold canadian winters
Scotch when on my own. Or when with fishing buddies, whatever they bribe me with to keep tying! It just gets better....
If I'm tying for myself I like a small toot of Midelton's. If tying for others, PBR suits the mood.
But my singin' gets better when I haul out the geetar (dog howls just as much, however) . . .
How in the name of fly tying can you be drinking, tying and pickin' a guitar? Sure you can sing and tie, but I don't think you can play and tie.
Geetar comes out after I've snapped-off tying thread a sufficient number of times . . . . and I reckon nobody ever agreed that I could sing . . . did tie-up a few marabou/dyed possum-fur damsels of my own design today, however . . . dynamite for picky trout when slick water prevails . . . .