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About mlwebb

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  • Birthday 11/15/1956

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  1. Except it doesn't. The previous example does now, but didn't trigger a thread in the appropriate forum, I did that manually. Today I submitted http://www.flytyingforum.com/pattern12102.html and the "comment on this" link goes to a Nov 08 thread by someone else ( http://www.flytyingforum.com/index.php?showtopic=39054) Also no thread triggered in Salmon & Steelhead.? Is there some part of this I am missing? Michael
  2. Still having this issue - any help? Michael
  3. If I were giving a fly-fisher or fly tier two books, "Bugwater" would be one of them. I suppose I should say that the author lives about 20 miles upriver, so many of the exceptional bug photos were taken on my home water, and most directly applicable to western anglers, but allowing for that, an excellent book. Michael
  4. Nice fly, nice tie, good photo! Michael
  5. Well, not sure why a pattern database submission didn't trigger a thread, so we'll try this manually. Just tried kool-aid dying a little grey fox, thought I'd share the results. Michael
  6. Submitted a fly to the database, but no thread appears in appropriate forum - ie steelhead, etc http://www.flytyingforum.com/pattern12011.html How is this supposed to work? Michael
  7. Intruders. I am surprised no one has mentioned PNW Steelhead Intruders, Pick-ur-pockets, and the like.
  8. That will fish very well here (Mckenzie River, Oregon). They are large - adults here often 1 1/2 inches long (inc wing). For more info, Arlen Thomason's book "Bugwater" has a chapter on them, including some incredible photos of each stage. Michael
  9. Nice flies, I don't see why those wouldn't work out here in Oregon, will tie some up. Thanks for posting. Michael
  10. Nice nymph. Like the hook, and is that a lavender bead? Michael
  11. Lovely ties! I got into tying and researching the bird's nest pattern this winter (I was wondering if the locally popular Possie Bugger was derived from it), and missed the piece by Kbarton10 - thanks for posting it. Michael
  12. Those are gorgeous - interesting to think of the times when such places were fresh examples of some folks sweat and dreams. Michael
  13. That ought to work, curious how your "research" goes. My bet is that they will hammer it Michael
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