Swap Hairwing swap?

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by D3Smartie, Sep 15, 2004.

  1. D3Smartie

    D3Smartie Active Member

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    Anyone have any interest in doing an Atlantic Salmon/ Steelhead hairwing swap? :confused:
    Been tying up a lot of Professors, Red Abbeys, Grizly Kings, BlackBear Green Butts and a myriad of other classics.
    I'd probably do a Nighthawk or Black Ghost for the swap.
    David
     
  2. Scott Behn

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    Heh there David I would be interested depending on when you start this swap. I'm swapmiester on the Bugger swap and that don't officially end till Oct. 02.

    Edit: The Lum Plum is what I'll probably tye
     
  3. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    I'm game, i'll tie a coquihalla orange if that's cool with you.
     
  4. D3Smartie

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    Anything/Anytime is good for me. We'll see what kind of #'s we are looking at. Most hairwings dont take too long to tie so hopefully we can get a good number. Probably ending about 1 month after we get our final group.
    I am thinking 12 to 14.

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  5. Ron Eagle Elk

    Ron Eagle Elk Active Member

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    I'll Play

    If I start tying now, I should be ready. Let me know the number of flies and due date. Don't know what I'll tie yet.

    REE
     
  6. D3Smartie

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    Why dont we start with a due date of Oct 25 and a max of 10 people. I dont really think we will get 10 but who know. That gives us about 5 weeks.
     
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    OK guys let me know if this works for you...
    We'll give people until the 24th of Sept to sign up with a due date of Oct 25.
    There are 4 of us right now and if it stays this few or even add one more I was thinking we cold tie up 2 patterns apiece for a total of 8 or 10 flies depending on the number of people. if we get up 7 or above scrap the idea.
    Let me know if the dates work for you and what you think.
    Thank you.
    David
     
  8. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    Whichever works for me.
     
  9. Jerry Daschofsky

    Jerry Daschofsky Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm in. Hmmmm, now which pattern to tie?
     
  10. Ron Eagle Elk

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    D3S,

    One or two patterns depending on sign-up sounds good to me. Deadline is fine for either.
    REE
     
  11. Scott Behn

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    It's fine with moi...
     
  12. mike doughty

    mike doughty Honorary Member

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    I finally got some more hooks in the mail so the flies are well in the works. just waiting to find out how many to tie, 1 or 2 patterns and a name and address.
     
  13. Monk

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    I am interested if there is another spot open...

    I would like to tie my pattern: The Lusty Lady :cool:
     
  14. D3Smartie

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    you are welcome to join in as long as the lusty lady has nothing to do with the place on 1st and Seneca in downtown seattle. :thumb:
     
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    No it doesn't... more to do with the color... besides... I like the sound of that name. :cool: Right on. I look forward to seeing the others' creations. :beer2: