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jcstikfish

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  1. I got the Pentax Optio W30 a few weeks ago and love it. It would be a great camera even if you couldn't submerge it. I have a bunch of underwater pics AND video (the video quality is GREAT for a point and shoot as well) on my guide blog. Take a look, everything for the past month has been done with the Pentax. http://www.autumnbrookangling.com/journal.html ~James
  2. Matt, nice to meet both you and DaveG. I was the guy who stopped by and bought a bunch of seal fur, we chatted for a bit. ~James
  3. Oh thats an easy one. Coneheads come from France! :hyst: ~James
  4. Don, So sorry to hear of your lost. You have my deepest sympathies ~James
  5. Here ya go! http://www.tight-line-enterprises.com/magneticrodgaurd.html ~James
  6. Really,really well done. Great job! ~James
  7. If you whip finish by hand, a bodkin is great for keeping the thread loop tight as you draw the whole whip fisnish together. ~James
  8. Hi Will, Sent my payment to you via mail, today 6/6/06 :devil: ~James
  9. Great job! I'm still in the A's myself ~James
  10. Welcome to the site! ~James (a fellow Jersey fly fisherman)
  11. Great idea. :headbang: Awesome job! I love it. Have you tried that round dusk in the Gorge? I'm certain that will move some of the bigger browns. ~James
  12. Thanks for doing the order: I will take two : 1 XL Chestnut 1XL Pine ~James
  13. Lets not go overboard now! ~James
  14. Nice tie, ths fly reminds me of.....college. Why? Because I went to West Chester University in Pennsylvania and yellow and purple are it's school colors. ~James
  15. The front body of the fly is AMAZING! Awesome! ~James
  16. Nicely done!, DB's are my got to fly for Great Lakes salmon. ~James
  17. with a thin bead of glue at the front portion of the stems. What type of glue do you use?? ~James
  18. :bugeyes: :bugeyes: Wonderful tie! I love the lines and flow of this fly, great job. ~James
  19. Very, very, impressive! One question, when you say you do your streamer wing assemblies "off vise" what exactly do you mean? Thanks and again, Great job! ~James
  20. Wonderful job, Paul! ~James
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