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Scott Story

Woods Sunset

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:baby: :baby: beautiful job! 1st time i have ever seen anyone use woodduck like that. Excellent!!!

joelst

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:bugeyes: :bugeyes: :blink: Oh my, that is beautiful!!!!! :blink: :bugeyes: :bugeyes: :headbang: :headbang:

 

Happy Trails!

Ronn

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Holy cow, Scott! How did you get the wood duck to marry that well to the goose??!!

 

However you managed it, the result is freakin' spectacular!

 

John

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gawd, jeeez, thats awesome!- do me up a dozen for fishing next week ,huh? LOL

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Just now I realize why people say this type of fly is addictive!

 

This is an awsome, awsome tie. Great work!

 

Mark

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Beautiful fly Scott, I think this is my favorite from you so far. Awesome tie :headbang:

 

Ashby

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Cracking job - and the wood duck looks WONDERFUL.

I also like the you've placed the crests over the herl head - it looks really well.

Lovely job

Dave

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Wow! I always have a hard time with marrying wood duck but this is awesome.

 

 

Great and crazy work Scott.

 

Gar

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Hi Scott,

 

That fly is beautiful. Good job! Take care & ...

 

Tight Lines - Al Beatty

www.btsflyfishing.com

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Hi all, Thanks for the nice comments. Marrying the wood duck was a pain, about 4 hours worth of pain but I really like the results. The fibers are small and are somewhat round as compared to the goose shoulder but with a little patience and my trusty head magnifier, I managed to get a few to go together. If I do another, I'll veil the tie in points to help hide the obvious dots of flex cement at the bases. Again, thanks for the nice comments. Have fun (thats why we do it, right!?!) Scott

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