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  1. WE ARE FULL! DUE DATE IS MAY 15!!! After 2 rounds of the Skill Builder Trout Series, I think all the participants can safely say that we have all learned a lot from this experience. Henrik Thomsen's expertise and help in this process has been invaluable and many, many words of thanks and appreciation go out to him. Round 3 will be Classic Wet Flies. The flies may come from the trout portion of the website at this link. http://traditionalfl...php?wetpost1930 but they don't HAVE to. Any classic wet fly, as long as it has wings, is acceptable. It could be a Bergman pattern, etc, but it has to have all the elements of a classic wet fly and it has to have wings. Each swapper will send in 12 flies and our pool of swappers will be 13 participants so you won't be getting back your own fly. Each swapper will include with his flies a mailing envelope that is self-addressed, so it can be returned to you and regular postage STAMPS and not a metered mailing label. Instead of stamps the swapper can include enough cash to pay for return postage. Most packages cost $2.54 at the current postal rates. The flies should be sent in a crush proof box. Altoids boxes work great. Bulkier fly boxes might cost you a bit more in postage. The guys who finished Round 2 and who wish to remain for Round 3 will be added first. There will be several slots open for newcomers on this round. All skill levels are welcome. We can all improve our skills, no matter how long we've been tying. The only person who can't improve is the person who says, "My flies are good enough now." We have 5 slots open as we begin this round. I hope people are watching, because I expect them to go pretty fast. So who wants in: 1. Breambuster - Swapmeister - Completed 2. Chris_NH 3. Vicrider - Received 4. fishingbobnelson - Received 5. EastTNoutdoorsman 6. Wetsock - Received 7. Riffleriversteelheadslayer - Received 8. PJ2 9. Jacktjl - Received 10. Idaho RC - Received 11. Stilis - Received 12. Add147 - Withdrew 13. RexW WE ARE FULL! DUE DATE IS MAY 15!!!
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