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MK19

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  1. Searching to upgrade my lighting LED vs. Incandescent vs Florescent light? What little I've come across says that Natural is best (not often too practical) and Florescent is the worst. LED is all the rage and certainly the least $$ Opinions/experiences very welcome. As well as specific makes/models. Not seeking magnifying setups. Thanks, MK
  2. Searching to upgrade my lighting LED vs. Incandescent vs Florescent light? What little I've come across says that Natural is best (not often too practical) and Florescent is the worst. LED is all the rage and certainly the least $$ Opinions/experiences very welcome. As well as specific makes/models. Not seeking magnifying setups. Thanks, MK
  3. Thank you all! Much appreciated. There's a similar book just out by CO Guide Landon Mayer also called Guide Fly's, not so sure what detail is it, but will try to sort through all of these that look like great choices. Best, MK
  4. I presently organize by bug species as that's how they hatch here in CO and so that's how if fish. Not that several hatches don't overlap, they do. But I'm not reaching for my Caddis box in the middle of winter, I carrying a midge box, a BWO box and a selection of generic attracter nymphs. I try to get all stages in a box from Larva to Dun. Various sizes too. This is not to say I don't store many extras, I do and I organize those the same away and refill my mobile boxes as needed. I wouldn't claim I have a perfect system......it can be a pain. But just sharing what I've devolved to over time.
  5. Hi folks, New to the Forum and getting back to tying now in retirement that I have the time, after many years away from the craft. Is there a reference to the materials used on common small flys used in the Rockies (Western CO), such as midges, BWO's, PMD's, and a few popular nymphs too? Thanks MK19
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