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  1. I wear prescription glasses. While I have a pair of polarized prescription glasses I wear while fishing or driving, I'm interested in finding a pair of polarized glasses that I can wear of my regular glasses. I know they make some that are designed to fit over a pair of glasses, but I'm not sure about whether some are better than others. Any suggestions?
  2. Thanks for the input! I think what got me interested was the thin profile and the claim that the silicone doesn't stretch out like foam does.
  3. As others have suggested, the hare's ear nymph is a lot easier than the copper john and probably easier as a "next" fly to try.
  4. I saw some new fly boxes yesterday made by a company called tacky. They are on the slim side and use silicone rather than foam. Does anybody have any experience with them?
  5. As a whole, those look good to me. Maybe one in the back has legs that are a little long and maybe one in the front has a bit much peacock herl, but those look like very fishable flies. Nice work!
  6. I don't have any first-hand knowledge, but from reading other discussions of "cree," it looks like "grizzly variant" is the way to describe it.
  7. As with others, black and olive had done well for me.
  8. Nice set of flies. It's neat to see all the variants.
  9. Clever idea. Thanks for sharing!
  10. Looks very buggy. Nice! What is the body made of?
  11. I started just last summer myself and I've really enjoyed it. Welcome!
  12. The translucent bodies are really neat looking. Thanks for sharing this pattern.
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