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Scott Story

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    Monroe Maine
  1. Dave, as usual, very nice. I know what you mean about the "duff" tying period. Even though I am not familiar with the term I get the gist of it. I too have been tying fishing flys for the upcoming season and have put the salmon flies on hold for a bit. Scott
  2. Gary, I tied alot with purple this past season and like it alot. You did an excellent job and your mother will surely love it. Great work. Scott
  3. Goku, that is awesome, very nicely done and kudos to the the photography work. Scott
  4. Kyle, very nice. I really like the turkey on the two smaller wings. Very nice vermiculation on the feathers.
  5. The Kori I got from John and probably the big supply of perfect barred wood duck that I have accummulated over the last two duck seasons. Lots of acorns and high water made for a couple of banner years. While I would like to have few peices of IC and continga for one or two flies to frame, I can't complain about the supply of stuff I have now. My bird dog walks though my shop and goes into convulsions wanting to dive into my stuff!!!
  6. Absolutely Stellar. Lots of comments on the size of the donor pheasant but I'm also concerned theres a jungle cock out there that could retrieve my lab!!! Nicely Done, Scott
  7. Flounder thanks for the idea on the names. Being an old Dodge man from the Charger Days, I wonder what a Superbird or Challenger fly will look like............hmmmmmmmmmmmm
  8. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Scott Story: Plum Crazy (click link for more info)
  9. Kyle, that is awesome....... I really like the parakeet type feathers on the rear. Does your parakeet look naked now!?!?!?!
  10. Little More Time on the Body, different crests and veilings............. I like this one a bit better.
  11. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Scott Story: Bustard Blues II (click link for more info)
  12. Hi all, Thanks for the nice comments. Marrying the wood duck was a pain, about 4 hours worth of pain but I really like the results. The fibers are small and are somewhat round as compared to the goose shoulder but with a little patience and my trusty head magnifier, I managed to get a few to go together. If I do another, I'll veil the tie in points to help hide the obvious dots of flex cement at the bases. Again, thanks for the nice comments. Have fun (thats why we do it, right!?!) Scott
  13. Looks Good to me. They're fun to tie aren't they!!! And if mumma likes it, your stylin!!!
  14. A new addition to the fly pattern database has been submitted by Scott Story: Woods Sunset (click link for more info)
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