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Walker

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Hello from Ontario folks. Mostly trout, bass and pike around here. Some really great rivers feeding the great lakes within a short drive of my house. First post, not much to report yet, snowing and blowing like mad here today, good day to work on those muddlers I've been putting off.

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Welcome to the web site Walker

There's always room for our northern friends here and we welcome your input on subjects that interest you.

We have a good Canadian fallowing and we also have some an excellent Canadian Moderator who has great patterns (that make us all jealous)

 

 

OSD.

 

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Welcome Walker, hope you found a little piece of heaven with finding this site. You sure will get your laughs and fishing knowledge. Now where can you go and find both of those? dunno.gif

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Welcome to the forum Walker. This is a good place to hang out when the snow is flying and you get tired of tying muddlers. And to be honest, I get tired of tying muddlers pretty quick. For some reason they're not my best pattern. Spinning deer hair for the heads always gives me trouble.

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I hear that, waterflogger! I started going back to the Dan Gapen original muddler with only one bunch of deer hair serving for both wing and head. It gives a 'rougher' look, but the fly gets down in heavy water twice as fast, and stays there. Trimmed right, it has it's own rustic appeal.

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Walker,

 

Welcome aboard! Great folks here and all willing to help. Jump right in.

 

Tight Lines,

Fatman

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