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  1. Capt Bob- “A Master’s Guide to Building A Bamboo Fly Rod.” Hoagy B Carmichael
  2. Redfish (Spot Tail) Speckled Trout and flounder
  3. I was thinking the same thing (all the flies I tied in my first year) when I saw that in the Hardy's movie. Ah, when you could send young-uns off to apprentice.
  4. Norm, Like the video, Are you sure you haven't done these before? Also got a chuckle out of imagining Squatch Riverdancing behind you as you tied! Maybe that's your branding. Well done
  5. Mike, if it isn't too far from you, try Hampstead lake north of Hampstead on Rt 30. Good bass and blue gill action. Some big carp too. I'd tell you some trout spots, but I have heard that's not your thing.
  6. Scott Kelly Wines from Oregon.
  7. Hindsight is the year 2020
  8. HI,

    Thank you for your feedback and yes I guess that a photo would be useful.

    Alan

  9. Alan, Pictures always help with ID, and welcome.
  10. Landon Again a picture of the vise would help. Your May 6 post shows a fly on a Dyna King, other posts show different jaws types so I'm not sure if the attached video helps or not. Stripping threads sounds a lot like over tightening whichever screw/collar you're adjusting. There is a fine distinction between securing the hook and cranking down on it Start at the 1:30 mark for a discussion on proper adjustment of the jaws before bringing in the hook. Again if you have a cam lever https://www.google.com/search?q=adjusting+a+fly+tying+vise+jaws&rlz=1C1GCEA_enUS885US885&oq=adjusting+a+fly+tying+vise+jaws&aqs=chrome..69i57.25552j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8#kpvalbx=_l8zZXue9BIWesQWEzJDADw32
  11. Bottom is a Caddis Pattern, similar to this https://ascentflyfishing.com/tent-wing-caddis/ or this: https://www.johnkreft.com/caddis-fly-patterns/hemingway-caddis/ Top is just a buggy looking nymph. Good luck with them
  12. The reference post is over 14 years old.
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