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  1. Hi, here my new video from my YT channel; the wet version of the dry fly E-12 (Europea 12) I hope you like it and you subscribe! https://youtu.be/R3ZVll8P-YE
  2. wet fly for trout https://youtu.be/PyN8YdePHjY
  3. Before the new year, a bit tensed and took another step by step. This year is the latest step by step. Most likely next year will be step by step in another format, however, and such Express Step will be too. Happy new year. All good, big fish, good fly tying and good mood. https://youtu.be/WVOwG9Ajrdo
  4. I have tied a few trout flies and understand the differences between dry fly and wet/streamer fly hooks. However, since I don't live close to trout fishing I would like to tie for panfish and bass. My question to you tying guru's is this - Do I really need to worry about the hook classification (wet vs. dry) for panfish and bass? Also, I am thinking about tying for bluegill and crappie so I am thinking about using hook sizes 10 - 6. Is that appropriate? Can I just go to my walmart and pick up some aberdeen style hooks to tie, or do I need to stick with the wet/dry fly hooks at the more expensive retailers for better results. I would prefer to spend the extra money if it does yield better results because that is what matters most to me. I just didn't know if it really mattered all that much. I appreciate any help I get from yall. Thanks in advance!
  5. Just wanted to see What "wet flies" You all like. Mine so far is a partridge and orange. I like it becuase its simple easy fun to mess with color and it just works! this one is in fl pink
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