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Mark Knapp

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I wasn't really happy with with my peacock herl bodies so I went back and did some more of them.

 

From the Orvis index, wet flies.

 

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Royal Coachman

 

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Coachman

 

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Leadwing Coachman

 

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Alder

 

And some more wet flies.

 

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G. R. Hare's Ear

 

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Blue Wing Olive

 

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Ginger Quill

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The last of the wet flies from the Orvis Index.

 

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Blue Dun

 

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Cowdung

 

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Blue Quill

 

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Pale Evening Dun

 

Next, the nymphs

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Your killing me, my current stratagem of reduced caloric intake won't allow me to partake in such luxuries. I'm trying to get in better shape for a month of walking around in the mountains with a fly rod this summer.

 

Enjoy.

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Your killing me, my current stratagem of reduced caloric intake won't allow me to partake in such luxuries. I'm trying to get in better shape for a month of walking around in the mountains with a fly rod this summer.

 

Enjoy.

 

I'd give up burgers and shakes if that was my reward!

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Your killing me, my current stratagem of reduced caloric intake won't allow me to partake in such luxuries. I'm trying to get in better shape for a month of walking around in the mountains with a fly rod this summer.

 

Enjoy.

 

I'd give up burgers and shakes if that was my reward!

 

Yeah, the more I suffer now, the less I suffer later. Fly fishing is always a lot more fun when you're not breathing hard.

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Those scales are fantastic!

the blades look great, too.

I like working with leather, but as yet, I'm not so good at it.

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Those scales are fantastic!

the blades look great, too.

I like working with leather, but as yet, I'm not so good at it.

Me either, at least partly because I don't really want to put to much effort into learning it.

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