Video History of the Adams Dry Fly

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  1. silvercreek

    silvercreek Active Member

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    This just came up on another BB.

    Story of the Adams Dry Fly by John Falk, the grandson of Len Halliday:





     
  2. Kent Lufkin

    Kent Lufkin Remember when you could remember everything?

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    Wow - thanks for sharing!

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    Great story, thx!
     
  4. papafsh

    papafsh Piscatorial predilection

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    That was a good afternoon escape, to another world, far and away from this one. Nothing fancy about those all natural fly creations, simplicity that simply works.
    Thanks for sharing that Silver.

    LB
     
  5. Ron McNeal

    Ron McNeal Life's good!

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    Wow!! What a neat video/history lesson! Thanks.
     
  6. Patrick Gould

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    Thanks Silvercreek, you always have something good to share.

    I think I'm going to tie some Adams the Halliday way.
     
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  7. Doug Lee

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    History brought to life, very cool. Worth a second look for sure.


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  8. FinLuver

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    Outstanding...Thanks for sharing that!! :)
     
  9. Grayone

    Grayone Fishin' to the end, Oc.P

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    Terrific!
     
  10. MrP

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    I watched all three videos; they were very good. Thanks.
     
  11. Rob Allen

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    the Adams came from Michigan???? scratch that one off my list..
     
  12. Kent Lufkin

    Kent Lufkin Remember when you could remember everything?

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    BTW, did anybody else notice that the fellow demonstrating the original Adams wasn't using a bobbin?

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  13. Tony

    Tony Left handed Gemini.

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    That was very enjoyable thanks for sharing such a great bit of history and it was fun watching that tie by today's standard very primitive and what a ratty looking fly but as history has proven effective beyond belief.
    Tony
     
  14. shotgunner

    shotgunner Anywhere ~ Anytime

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    Hey Rob.. up yours (wink) My home radius in this not so big anymore world.

    I do much prefer the western version with moose tail though.
     
  15. c1eddy

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    Thank you, silver. That was great. Didn't know the original used pheasant tippets for tail, or that wings were semi-spent. Pretty darn good work for not using a bobbin.