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Gundriver64

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  1. Guys, I am looking to increase the float factor with my Dave's Hoppers. I have seen a few images of with them tied with foam versus yellow yarn. Can somebody steer me in the right direction for a good foam and if possible the technique for tying it in? Thanks Much!!
  2. Hi Guys, Planning a little road trip from Utah to Idaho to fish some rivers and streams in or near the Frank Church area. Was going to tie a bunch of hoppers/x-caddis/Wulff patterns. What else should I tie? (Surface or sub-surface) Speaking of hoppers: is there any material for the wings and legs that is less brittle, but at the same time doesn't lend to sinking the fly? I have been using Hard as Nails on my Dave's hoppers. I feel like it makes the wing case too brittle. Thanks for the tips/pointers! Cheers
  3. Hi Guys, What type/materials of fly body dubbing tends to be the most hydrophobic (resistance to water logging)? TIA! G
  4. Good Morning Guys, Looking for some storage solution for various tying materials. The old Plano tackle box I've been using is just too limiting. Any ideas/suggestions for flat plastic trays that are modular? Preferably, something that can be customized in terms of internal trays? TIA! G
  5. Wow, thanks guys! Lot's of options here.
  6. Hi Guys, Looking for some suggestions for a decent solution for hook organization. Preferably, boxes that can be found on Amazon P. Most of my hooks range in size from 20 to 2/0. TIA, G
  7. Thanks Guys! Will check out Bear's Den. Cheers, G
  8. Hi Guys, Can anyone recommend a vendor that sells fleyefoils online that ship in a reasonable amount of time? The last vendor I used it took them 3 weeks to ship. TIA! G
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