Favorite Fly Tying Beverage

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Mike Wilson, May 31, 2008.

  1. pittendrigh

    pittendrigh Active Member

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    Copenhagen cappucino
     
  2. H2O

    H2O From Parts Unknown

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    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.
     
  3. kingpuck

    kingpuck new to fly fishing but loving every minute of it

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    Oh with out a doubt its all about the Gentleman's Jack.
     
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    Thunderbird or MD??
     
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    Surely you jest?:rofl:
     
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    busch light. in othello more b.l. is sold than any other beer. mike w
     
  7. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    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.
     
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    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:
     
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    I woulda guessed Corona or Dos Equis.....You learn something new everyday!
     
  10. Salmon Chaser

    Salmon Chaser Wannabe Spey God

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    Molson Canadian in the warm months(Because I AM CANADIAN) and OBAN on ice through the cold canadian winters
    Salmon Chaser
     
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    Kiwi Phil Antipodean Piscator

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    Scotch when on my own. Or when with fishing buddies, whatever they bribe me with to keep tying! It just gets better....
     
  12. Charlie S

    Charlie S Confrimed Reprobate

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    If I'm tying for myself I like a small toot of Midelton's. If tying for others, PBR suits the mood.
     
  13. Jim Ficklin

    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    But my singin' gets better when I haul out the geetar (dog howls just as much, however) . . .
     
  14. Ed Call

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    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.
     
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    Jim Ficklin Genuine Montana Fossil

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    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 . . . .

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