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    1. fshnazn

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      Registered: August 2007
      Location: Beavercreek OR
      Posts: 222
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      Date: 10-17-11
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  1. Comments

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    creative shot Adrian, well composed.
    #1 10-17-11 7:08am

    Paul Voelker
    Great bokeh
    #2 10-17-11 1:51pm

    Dustin Bise
    i could care less about the bokeh, but it is a stunning fly. i hope someday ill have mastered this art form like you have.
    #3 10-17-11 6:40pm

    1morecast
    Nice picture, and a great fly!!
    #4 10-17-11 9:07pm

    TallFlyGuy

    Adipossessed!
    Good stuff! 50mm 1.8?
    #5 10-18-11 2:01am

    Ryan Nathe
    Wow, one of the best ties I have ever seen.
    #6 10-18-11 4:08am

    Steelie Mike
    That could only be tied by Murse Hands. Great Fly Adrian!
    #7 10-18-11 8:35am

    fshnazn
    HA! Murse hands is right...my callouses never stick around (good for flytying, bad on the farm).


    photo props have to go to my wife...my idea, her shot, her lens 35mm 1.8


    Adrian
    #8 10-18-11 7:42pm

    yuhina

    Tropical member
    COOOOOL!
    #9 10-18-11 9:43pm

    k2flyfisher

    its taco time. wheres the sauce?
    that 35mm 1.8 is an amazing lens. so sharp and a very reasonable price.
    #10 11-3-11 5:23am

    fshnazn
    Hey Brian, my apologies for not getting back to you about trialing out your line for the 6wt (had some family business to attend to that week). Anyway, I got the scandi head that fits the purpose...been satisfied with it this season..thanks agaim for the offer.


    And yes, I really like that lens.


    Adrian
    #11 11-4-11 3:43pm


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