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GTSE

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  1. super nice work flounder. so clean and so tidy. first day back on this forum in ages and first fly i see......great job.
  2. VERY NICE ZIP! :headbang: I am ubber amazed at your work. I remember ions ago when you first joined this site. great work great work! Gary
  3. Wow very cool! Just so you know....if your drawers get too full I will be happy to "store" them at my place for you! Gary
  4. :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: Great job! Keep em coming Gary
  5. very nice! :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: Gary
  6. Hey Scott. I don't want to sound repetitive but I too have a dog and she's pretty old so I know I probably only have 2 more good years with her as long as she's healthy. I know how much they are a part of your life so ya I am really sorry for your loss. Great fly. Gary
  7. :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: Great job man. Gary
  8. Nice. I too usually opt for red herl rather than wool. Something about the wool that I don't like. Great job Gary
  9. absolutely stunning :bugeyes: :headbang: Gary
  10. fabulous work man. :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: gary
  11. :headbang: :headbang: :headbang: very sweet ! Gary
  12. wow very creative and great job on the tag. ubber impressed! gary
  13. Hi Guys First married wing since the baby arrived. Managed to find some time in between sleeps! Anyway the fly is a bit rough as I took this picture in a hurry and accidentally squished the upper body and wing. But nothing that a bit of prodding won't clean up. I'll try and take a better pic later. The body veilings and cheeks are from a parakeet and wings are goose and turkey. Hope you like it. Gary
  14. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by GTSE: Icelandic Blue
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