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About David's_Fly_Bench

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    Bait Fisherman
  • Birthday 11/28/1999

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    Largemouth Bass
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  1. Really bud, I hope you do alright. Sell them for what they’re worth, don’t price them to sell quickly. Your quality will sell the flies. I’m lucky. A lot of my clients can afford to fish anywhere in the world, they just don’t have the time or desire to tie. If you can, look for just one of them. They will pay you whatever you ask, won’t even argue. And if you find one of those guys, you will find more. I’m actually jealous of my flies. They fish places I will never get to. Good luck David.    Al

  2. I appreciate everything guys. It helped a little bit; now I know what websites/stores to look towards. Thanks everyone!
  3. Hello everybody! I'm new to this forum; but I've been tying flies for 6 months now. I've quickly gone from beginner to intermediate, then from there to somewhat experienced! I'm open to ANY new advice on places to get cheap materials (such as thread, wire, dubbing, hooks, feathers, everything else). I'm also open to any of you whom tie flies to ask for advice. My question today is: where would I go, either online or offline, to start selling my flies for about $0.75-$1.00 a fly? I'm located near SW Ohio, and there aren't very many fly fishers here. I'm aware of how to ship and what not, but I don't know where to go to get my business started. I also want to know where to go to sell materials as well, if anyone can help me with that. Anyways, I appreciate the time and effort of anyone who helps me out! Please, feel free to email me at: [email protected]
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