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    Photo of our Chilean Guide

    A photo of our Chilean guide from his Facebook page.


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  2. I have a Filson strap vest.

    I have a Filson strap vest.
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    Being real for just a minute............how are...

    Being real for just a minute............how are the flows and water temps out your way?
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    There is a great photo of him tying at his desk...

    There is a great photo of him tying at his desk with his apron on in the book "The Founding Flies" by Mike Valla. I'm sure if you contacted him he would allow you to copy the photo. The photo was...
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    Have you written a letter to the editor of the...

    Have you written a letter to the editor of the magazine and asked about their credentials?
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    Yes, and if it has the same functionality and yet...

    Yes, and if it has the same functionality and yet is much more beautiful to view, it would seem to be a good thing.
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    I have never been able to understand why folks...

    I have never been able to understand why folks seem to be critical of beautifully crafted vises. Functionally designed vises can also be made to be beautifully crafted "devices".......
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    Exactly right. Well said.

    Exactly right. Well said.
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    No Luke, my profession was financial analysis. I...

    No Luke, my profession was financial analysis. I did do some commercial tying in my spare time at one time. I took your comment about your "profession" as opposed to hobby.
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    They are really beautiful. Luke, you tie for a...

    They are really beautiful.
    Luke, you tie for a living?
  11. Thread: Dyret

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    ahh....... I got one nearly 20 years ago and...

    ahh.......
    I got one nearly 20 years ago and sold it about 7 years ago. Kind of regret it now..............
    I do prefer an offset rotary though.......now have a great Jvice.
    Thanks,
    Byron
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    The photo shows the fly in a LAW vise. Is the...

    The photo shows the fly in a LAW vise. Is the fly shown one you tied on a LAW, or one by Hans?
    Thanks
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    A closer look at my oil applicator...... ...

    A closer look at my oil applicator......

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    Then post a photo of your tying desk. We'll have...

    Then post a photo of your tying desk. We'll have a contest.

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    Will check when I get home, but I think that applicator is an anti-rust oil for the salt water air here.................
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    Thanks Bamboozle. I have never had the problem. ...

    Thanks Bamboozle.
    I have never had the problem. They do say that you should occasionally clean the reservoir and put a bit of vasoline on the O rings. Did you try that and still only use it as a...
  16. Thread: Ols

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    Would that be "shiny" side towards the...

    Would that be "shiny" side towards the eye?..........
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    Ralph, In your video it appeared you wrapped the...

    Ralph,
    In your video it appeared you wrapped the hackle with the concave side facing the rear?
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    Head Cement Applicator

    A while back, there was a tread about head cement applicators. I rarely use it, so had to search for my applicator.

    I would highly recommend this one from Dyna-King (assuming they are still...
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    The Hardy Princess is a pretty light reel. I...

    The Hardy Princess is a pretty light reel. I believe Hardy "caged" it (thus, not allowing true palming) in order to protect the reel from destruction should it be dropped.
    As I said, I use my...
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    I have both click pawl (Hardy Princess) reels and...

    I have both click pawl (Hardy Princess) reels and disc drag systems. When fishing where I might hook an 18 to 20 in her, I go to a disc drag. I have lost some big fish trying to slow down a big one...
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    Even here on Kauai

    Some folks here are beginning to promote catch and release....finally


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    Jay, As I said, I find the history and origin of...

    Jay,
    As I said, I find the history and origin of flies to be very interesting......and rarely free of debate.
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    Kolzer Firefly Origin

    Rather than hijack someone's thread, I thought I would mention this in a different thread.

    My understanding, from literature, is that the Kolzer a Firefly series of flies originated in Montana.
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    Preston, Did the ban work for that?

    Preston,
    Did the ban work for that?
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    Understand that is probably what they were...

    Understand that is probably what they were concerned about. It is just that it is an example of a fairly well accepted means of trying to stop the spread of diseases/infestation of invasive...
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