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    Another link....same blanks. ...

    Another link....same blanks.

    http://woronocoflyrods.squarespace.com/fiberglass-fly-rods/
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    Stcroixguy, The Metz Grizzly is yours.. The...

    Stcroixguy, The Metz Grizzly is yours..

    The Ginger and metz saddles are gone as well.
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    Here is a link to the same blanks. Lamiglas...

    Here is a link to the same blanks. Lamiglas produced them as blanks I believe under the label "firecane". They also offered rods built under different name on the same blank as a factory rod. Can't...
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    No, they were a standard line for 4-5 years by...

    No, they were a standard line for 4-5 years by Lamiglas.
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    Hackle For Sale

    Anybody looking for hackle, there is a new lot posted on the for sale link! :)
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    Dry Fly Hackle Lot for Sale

    I am going through my Rooster hackles and offering up anything that is a duplicate or not used at this point. I will sell all as a lot or individually.


    Metz grade #1: Grizzly $35 Very lightly...
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    Always nice to get settled in after a move. :)

    Always nice to get settled in after a move. :)
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    I purchased the Blank in Anglers Workshop in...

    I purchased the Blank in Anglers Workshop in Woodland Washington. Right near the Lamiglass plant. But as I mentioned in the Blog....it was more than 20 years ago. You can still find them on EBAY now...
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    Scott, Great pattern and an effective one....

    Scott,

    Great pattern and an effective one. I've not fished or tied the haflback in years. But still tie and fish the fullback. The only thing different that I do, is wrap the wire last and...
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    The M&M Nymph

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    The M&M Nymph Is short for "My Moose Nymph". It was tied originally for the Yellow Breeches on mid-winter trips. I've held this pattern close-to-the-vest for a number of years, and its...
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    I don't use head cement while on the stream...

    I don't use head cement while on the stream tying...mainly since I don't want to carry it in my kit. But don't see not using it simply because it ain't hard to do and certainly can't hurt. I rarely...
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    Looking Through Glass

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    It was my first project rod, built off of a Lamiglass Firecane, 7 foot, 3weight, 2-piece blank. I found a full-wells grip that was slimmer and smaller than any other they had, and the...
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    Scott, The hook is the profile that I want...

    Scott,

    The hook is the profile that I want along with the straight eye. The beadhead hook is 2X long but it's closer to standard wire, just with a larger gape and a bend to accommodate the beads....
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    Yes. But mainly larger bulkier flies like stims...

    Yes. But mainly larger bulkier flies like stims and such. Flies that material can often and conpress when wet. My question would be....why not?
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    I have used Sally Hansens since i had to replace...

    I have used Sally Hansens since i had to replace my very first bottle of varnish from the flyshop.
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    I could be wrong, But I always figured the...

    I could be wrong, But I always figured the professional way to tie a muddler was to tie it neat and pretty in the vise.....then fish them until the fish shred them....then change flies. :)
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    Noticed that. Either way, I'm tracking. :) I...

    Noticed that. Either way, I'm tracking. :) I carry a handful of patterns tied specifically to allow me to trim and adjust. Allows me to tweak if need be.
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    exactly....what I was thinkin. :)

    exactly....what I was thinkin. :)
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    Here is my take on a hackled comparadun though...

    Here is my take on a hackled comparadun though for the sake of practicality. Why tie them as such? Why not just tie them as a wingless collared hackled fly? Then one could fish them as such, trim...
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    I stand corrected. I failed to download the first...

    I stand corrected. I failed to download the first attached page of the post.
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    Isnt that in reference to standard hackled...

    Isnt that in reference to standard hackled patterns?
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    If you read through the texts, I think originally...

    If you read through the texts, I think originally "spider' meant a small struggling "spider" as stated. It since evolved into what we refer to as a soft hackle and accepted as representing a large...
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    Craft stores are full of tying materials. From...

    Craft stores are full of tying materials. From storage boxes to craft furs for streamers...eyes and glues, yarn for bodies and craft strings. The list grows. :)
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    It is said to bring out the color better when wet...

    It is said to bring out the color better when wet with silk and floss bodied streamers. Never tried it myself.
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    I've never heard of painting the shanks. But I...

    I've never heard of painting the shanks. But I have heard of tying with white thread.
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