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Bob C

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    Cool little fly ! Makes me want to score some seal (what is New Zealand style?). thanks, Bob
  2. Thanks everyone! DaUP, if you come up with a title that would be much appreciated. tight lines! Bob
  3. Somewhere I thought I saw step by step instructions for tying the Messinger Bucktail Frog. I can't find them and I don't remember whether I saw them online, in a magazine or...? Anybody know where there is a tutorial with visuals? thanks in advance, Bob
  4. Right now it looks like there is no Moufflon available in the U.S. Does anyone know of an overseas source? best regards, Bob
  5. perfect! thanks!....(das vidanya??) Bob
  6. Is there a tutorial some where for making your own Mcmurray ant bodies. I thought I've seen one some where but now :dunno: ... thanks! Bob
  7. Sorry guys, I'm going to have to drop out. I've got a couple of rods I need to finish for folks and it stops being fun when I'm feeling strapped for time. thanks anyway, Bob
  8. I'm no Canuck but hell i'm headin' to BC for trout this summer . I'll throw in with you guys. It'll either be an Irresistable or a Humpy. Do we send one fly, 1/2 dozen or ? Bob
  9. Here's what I'm looking at for xmas... Peregrine Steamside Box Bob
  10. I believe it's hair(?)... Regards, Bob
  11. I tie my own but will use store bought knotless as well. I have been using George Harvey's leader formula that I found in an old issue of Fly Fisherman and it fishes really well. I also just furled my first thread leader this week but haven't fished it yet. Regards, Bob
  12. Thanks Swamphunter! I am considering that as an option, I might also buy a sheet of 1/4" ply and cut it into little pieces and attempt to glue into some sort of box. Bob
  13. My biggest headache is storing my material in a semi-orderly fashion. What are you guys doing for tying cabinets/bags. I wouldn't mind building one. If I were to buy something my budget tops out around 100 bucks. I've seen some nice commercially available ones but they tend to go for big $$$$. Regards, Bob
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