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mitch821

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About mitch821

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  • Birthday 08/21/1979

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  1. Great site Will!! The only thing I could think of whilst reading all of the posts was maybe a history of all of BeaverFSU's Avatars????!!!!?!?!?!? Keep up the good work!
  2. :headbang: Can't wait till they get here!!!
  3. Sometimes I do sometimes I don't. What I found that works(time wise), after whip finishing, put the fly down and finish the dozen or so that you are tying, then put your cement on when they are all finished. :dunno: just my thoughts... bob
  4. sent it out yesterday...the post office people here are a little off as well Anyhow she said the postage was more shipping from Canada. Cost me .90 cent...I put a few bucks in there...hopefully that will cover those quarters!! HAHAHAH j/k
  5. Awesome advise so far!! The only thing I would add are HOOKS..HOOKS...and MORE HOOKS!!! I've found that this is my biggest hang up since I don't have a fly shop local to run and get what I need... That is a GREAT kit btw...my dad got me the starter about 2 years ago!! After about 3-4months later I upgraded my vise to a Dan-vise!! Oh one more thing....join a swap! muhauahahahahahahahahha....that will get you going as well :yahoo: :yahoo: If you want...pm me your address and I'll send you some turkey feathers if you don't have any....I have an overabundance!!
  6. mitch821

    Rod care

    LOL....Mine usually falls in the river, so really no need to wash, just wipe off!! LOL
  7. :headbang: J Stockard :headbang:
  8. Mysis shrimp...Steelhead Im sure you could use it on other things as well
  9. :hyst: :hyst: oh wait...I guess that is my family too
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