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  1. All shops mentioned above are good to deal with. Packages from the UK can take 7 to 10 days in my experience. Double that around Christmas and after the first week of January.
  2. A great example of the fly and a great photo. Thanks for posting it Kimo!
  3. Nice fly Scott. That olive came out very nice, kinda like a light sooty olive. I like it!.
  4. Tim does some of the best videos available and I really enjoy everyone of them. Thanks for tip of the Denver show, I might have to try and get up there!
  5. Acid dyes won't work on Poly. Try a dye made for polyester. Rit Dye More may work, I haven't used it. https://www.ritdye.com/faqs/dyeable-fabrics-and-materials/#faq-1725 Fiber: 100% Polyester Brand: Yarn Bee
  6. Blue Quill Angler, free shipping at $15 https://store.bluequillangler.com/fly-tying-materials/ Caddis Fly Shop, free shipping at @25 http://www.caddisflyshop.com/fly-tying.html
  7. Here is a link as to how Whiting explains it. http://whitingfarms.com/whitings-olympic-grading-system/ I agree with Silver, the Pro grade is perfect for most of us.
  8. I have purchased books from Anglebooks / Coch-Y-Bonddu several times over the years and never had a problem. The shipping charges are much better per book when I purchased two or more at one time. They do have lots of good books I can't find over here and the prices are generally much better for the rare editions. Willhamo, I always enjoy seeing your Mayflies. Always very nicely done!
  9. I use Sally's HAN or Fly-Tite. I think all of the lacquer types thicken over time once opened and will need thinning eventually. FLY-TITEĀ® Fly Tying Cement (Head Cement) This innovative non-toxic cement is made of all natural ingredients. Dries clear and flexible and can be diluted with denatured alcohol. http://flyrite.co/gear.htm
  10. Great Feathers in Maryland brings in specialty items from Europe. http://greatfeathers.com/specialty-materials-supplies.aspx Here are a few of UK companies that I have used over the past few years without issue. All are family / single owner shops. http://www.theessentialfly.com/fly-tying.html http://www.cookshill-flytying.co.uk/ https://www.flytyingboutique.com/ http://www.funkyflytying.co.uk/
  11. An updated version of Tim's Foam Beetle. The Original version.
  12. I would contact HareLine directly, they may be able to help you out. http://hareline.com/index.html
  13. Underwings, bait fish patterns and bodies for the Jujubee midge by Charlie Craven. https://www.google.com/search?q=neer+hair&biw=1442&bih=902&tbm=isch&imgil=Uq2e4yPskPp-WM%253A%253BxNxLzkyARVaHxM%253Bhttp%25253A%25252F%25252Fwww.lathkill.com%25252Fshop%25252Findex.php%25253FcategoryID%2525253D427&source=iu&pf=m&fir=Uq2e4yPskPp-WM%253A%252CxNxLzkyARVaHxM%252C_&usg=__xaE5QJ5bkfMkF4vcQADQGmJVWD0%3D&ved=0ahUKEwicp9u68onOAhVBRiYKHVvrDlsQyjcIRw&ei=SYyTV9zeB8GMmQHb1rvYBQ#tbm=isch&q=neer+hair+fly+tying
  14. I wish him the best of luck, we need more competition in this market.
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