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DarrellP

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About DarrellP

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  • Birthday 03/02/1959

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    Bass
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    Central Mississippi

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  1. I use those hooks sometimes for Bass flies. Nice flies.
  2. I will join. Bream flies. But I ain't drinking no Corona beer! That is just beer flavored water.
  3. You guys are intimidating. All are good. I love the quill bodies. I have a display with some tied by A K Best. I am going to tie some worms for local bluegill. Never tried them before.
  4. Mine too, Mark. When I took her out in kayaks, the gators spooked her.
  5. Glad they arrived. As I said, kind of a mixture.
  6. Nice fly. Kind of like a Hippie stomper. I really like that type of fly as an indicator. For trout I sometimes use a large Elk Hair Caddis.
  7. We are trying to fill out a nymph and trout buzzer swap. We need more tyers. If you haven't joined a swap before, they are fun.
  8. Matk, is that colored resin? I am having trouble with resin. I seem to over do it. Your stuff is spot on, to me. Scott, Kimo, and Flytier, amazing work as always.
  9. Thanks. I like the curve of his. Have tied several on his irons. Have not seen any McNeese hooks in hand, but photos appear quite similar to Alec Jackson hooks.
  10. That is amazing. It took me years to get half that good. I'm half that good now! She has a good sense of proportion.
  11. I am going to try to find my wire and make a Brassie or wire midge, too.
  12. Maybe we should have a favorite dessert swap!
  13. They closed the liquor stores here. You can get Beer at grocery stores.
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