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Bakerloo

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About Bakerloo

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    Bait Fisherman

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    trout
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    2008
  1. My Christmas box came today. Wow! is all I can say. There is a ton of good stuff. :thumbup:
  2. I had LASIK almost 5 years ago. I don't need reading glasses, but my 46 yr. old eyes like to use dollar store reading glasses when I tie flies. I can tie without them, but if I want an acceptable outcome, I use the glasses. Would I spend the $3k again for LASIK. In a heartbeat!
  3. I have a Renzetti Traveler set up at home. I am awaiting the arrival of a HMH vise to take to work. Lunch break tying!
  4. With the cost of fuel continuing to climb, I will be be carpooling to work for the upcomming school year. My ride share partner like to get to school an hour early to prep for his day. (I do my prep at the end of the day). I will have about an extra 45 min. per day with nothing to do, so I might as well tie some flies. I already have a Renzetti Traveler as my home vise. I want a vise to keep in my classroom for those times when I have no prep work. I don't want to carry stuff to school and back home all of the time. Dyna-King has a complete Kingfisher kit that uses Dr. Slick tools (including scissors, bobbin, threader, half hitch tool, hair stacker, cement needle), An instructional CD rom and book. Tying materials include dubbing, thread, daiichi hooks, hackle feathers, peacock herls, elk & deer hair, and head cement. Everything a tyer needs to tie some caddis flies right away. The cost is only $225. Deal or no deal? Thanks in advance for your reply.
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