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Dave_L

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About Dave_L

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    California

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  1. Spent a week up highway 395 North (Bishop, Mammoth Lakes etc). Took lots of native Brown trout as well as Calif Dept of Fish & Game stocked Rainbows. Size 16 Parachute Adams seemed best. Good fishing! It's nice that there is a sustainable population of native trout and that you don't have to rely on a stock truck. Catch & release barbless flies is the way to enjoy and maintain this! Fish on!
  2. Great advice. This is a great start. Thank you gents.
  3. Thank you Chugbug! Is there a one-stop resource where I can order these things? $100 is exactly what I can afford!
  4. I am new to the forum. I am looking for a basic materials kit, but one that doesn't come with a vise and tools! I already have a nice rotary vise and a nice tool kit. I want to tie some basic dries (Adams, Mosquito, Blue Wing Olive, Elk Hair Caddis). Is there a basic materials kit or am I better off just buying each component separately (thread, hackle, cement etc). The Adams body calls for "dubbed muskrat belly" but I remember using something else? Anyway, I am looking forward to getting back into this amazing hobby/obsession that we know as tying!
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