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branden_fritzemeier_67

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  1. Ill see if i can finish em up and send em by monday of next week
  2. Im sure theyd love it haha. Thanks mike, i appreciate the concern. Im just glad his spirits are up after all hes been through...
  3. Im gonna have to send my flies later if that's okay. It's been a crazy year already. My dad has had 4 surgeries in the last 2 weeks and they finally put him into a rehabilitation center so he can begin to get his strength back. I have barely had any time to touch my vise. I have probably 3 flies currently done.
  4. Im gonna have to send my flies later if that's okay. It's been a crazy year already. My dad has had 4 surgeries in the last 2 weeks and they finally put him into a rehabilitation center so he can begin to get his strength back. I have barely had any time to touch my vise. I have probably 3 flies currently done.
  5. The czech mate and czech catnip are some great patterns to start out with
  6. Hey cold, i got the pattern from an sbs tutorial on here called the edible arrangements caddis
  7. Renzetti and regal make good vises is what i ment
  8. Id go with a peak or a mongoose. Although renzetti and peak make some damn good vises as well. Go with the pedestal, trust me. I have a c clamp and i absolutely hate it. It wont stay securely on the table. Pedestal vises in my opinion are sturdier and you wont have to worry if your c clamp will fit on the table
  9. Size 12 caddis attractor pattern tied on a jig hook. Really comes to life when it gets wet.
  10. Ill most likely be tying a circus peanut if no one is going to or some sort of sculpin
  11. Bass: wiggle minnow, divers, sliders, crawfish, bunny leeches, clousers, baitfish immitations Panfish:any dry flies and nymphs, soft hackles, small poppers/gurglers, hoppers, sunken ants kill panfish, and small baitfish immitations work well
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