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Sgart

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About Sgart

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  • Birthday 12/15/1985

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  1. Thanks I have varnished the head with the thread still not cut, then dubbed Berlin Wool on the thread and winded the thread back over the head. and then also taken some varnish on the thread and then winded 3 laps of thread behind the woolhead. Thanks a lot I agree with you on the head! The gut is twisted 5 strands (the gut I bought last time was sliiiightly thinner than I expected )
  2. Thanks a lot. Yah the wing is quite interesting. The underwing is all whole feathers. All tied in, in one bunch. Takes a shit load of angry words before sitting right
  3. An other way of tying a black doctor. This one is tied in hand. I skipped the red head and but cause I think it looks more fit this way.
  4. The married wings are flawless, really. The tippet underwing could have been broader (and fit inside the married one) but regardless of that, the fly is one of the nices mcintyres I have seen.
  5. Very nice! Macaw is very nice in the wing cause of the contrast between the fibres, not too easy to marry with the rest though
  6. Its a 3/0 and sorry, not tied in hand. However, I will upload a fly which is tied in hand this afternoon (swedish time) if I got the time for it.
  7. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Sgart: Glendronach
  8. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Sgart: Green Highlander
  9. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Sgart: Jock Scott
  10. VERY nice collection of books!! Also the fly, of course, is stunning.
  11. Brilliant Bach. I can immagine them being hard as hell to tie in hand. I would say that is a fly most people can not tie even with the most expensive vice ;D
  12. shit... I must consider buying this book during my sleep tonight. Would look nice as a gem between my blacker and Tannat books
  13. Scroll down a bit and I think you'll find what you are looking for. http://www.kensawada.com/w/list.php?lcat=5...cat=734&l=e
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