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    And if you are leaning towards Realistic patterns...

    And if you are leaning towards Realistic patterns ...
    http://www.realisticflytyer.com/
  2. Thread: Mustad 2007

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    The Irish Open is another good one. :wink: ...

    The Irish Open is another good one. :wink:

    http://www.flytying.sitestogo.biz/index.html
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    Too much time on my hands I guess ... :lol:

    Too much time on my hands I guess ... :lol:
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    I use a hinged "wiggle" version. :wink: ...

    I use a hinged "wiggle" version. :wink:

    http://www.hatchmasters.ca/Wiggle-Damsel-FTOL.gif
  5. Thread: Mustad 2007

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    Hi Xavier Yeah ... I've been a member here...

    Hi Xavier
    Yeah ... I've been a member here since 2001
    It's a great forum! :wink:
  6. Thread: Mustad 2007

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    Hey Rob So you're the guy behind the "Sweet...

    Hey Rob
    So you're the guy behind the "Sweet Dreams" dry fly! :lol:

    A great pattern! I love it! :wink:
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    Hey Fishy I use horsehair a lot in my tying....

    Hey Fishy
    I use horsehair a lot in my tying. Great stuff for antennaes, small tails and great as you mentioned for legs. Here is some used on a spinner pattern. They have been "heat kinked" instead...
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    Thanks Allan!

    Thanks Allan!
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    Thanks ducksterman ... The wing case is a thin...

    Thanks ducksterman ... The wing case is a thin strip of latex left over from the body strip folded to produce the head, and thorax segments. The antennae are porcupine guard hairs. The organza gives...
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    I have used latex for many patterns over the...

    I have used latex for many patterns over the years and have found the secret is the grade of latex used. I use a medical grade latex and apply a thin coat of either Softbody or Soft-tex after the...
  11. Thread: Changes

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    Great changes ... more user friendly for sure!...

    Great changes ... more user friendly for sure! :wink:
    Great work guys!
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    I blame Mantis for my addiction. :lol: ...

    I blame Mantis for my addiction. :lol:

    http://www.hatchmasters.ca/bug-720-2.gif
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    Hey Bob ... I wasn't sure if posting a direct...

    Hey Bob ... I wasn't sure if posting a direct link to the forum would be right so I thought they could follow the links.
    And I agree I lurk on this forum a lot. I love it too.
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    Some information here as well....

    Some information here as well. [url=http://www.hatchmasters.ca:7c0f0]www.hatchmasters.ca[/url:7c0f0]
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    Nice butterfly Sarah!

    Nice butterfly Sarah!
  16. Thread: mono eyes

    by Salmonfly
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    Another method I use and find easier after...

    Another method I use and find easier after mastering the technique, is to light the end of your mono, and when the ball is approximately the size you are after, quickly blow it out. Then touch the...
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    I'll second the Matterelli. I've used mine for...

    I'll second the Matterelli. I've used mine for years production tying and they show no sign of giving up. I wish I could find more! I can't seem to find them around my parts any longer.



    [This...
  18. Thread: Tools

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    I agree ... I have several Matarelli bobbins...

    I agree ... I have several Matarelli bobbins released a long time before the ceramic etc. craze and they work perfectly fine to this day. Great bobbins.
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    Bob Mead ... without a doubt. I blame it all on...

    Bob Mead ... without a doubt. I blame it all on him ...

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    Hatchmasters Fly Tying

    * Offering Fishermen Realistic Options *

    Realistic Fly tying Table
    ...
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    I think once the decision has been made to...

    I think once the decision has been made to upgrade ... price while important certainly, should not be the deciding factor. When it was time for me to upgrade, I sat down and tested each vise...
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    I have started a collection and am nearing 30 to...

    I have started a collection and am nearing 30 to date. I have treasured flies from mostly realistic tyers, ( my favourite )but the jewel in the crown has to be yours Bob!
    It never ceases to amaze me!
  22. Thread: Searching

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    Hi Jim I received the plates! Fantastic ......

    Hi Jim
    I received the plates! Fantastic ... just what I needed. I thank you Sir!
    Dale
  23. Thread: Searching

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    Thanks Sirrom ... I'll see if I can find them ...

    Thanks Sirrom ... I'll see if I can find them ...
  24. Thread: FOTW

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    Great pattern of an often overlooked stage!

    Great pattern of an often overlooked stage!
  25. Thread: Searching

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    Searching

    Hopefully you can help ... I am searching for either a web based source or a book clearly showing exact shapes for the different Mayfly Dun wings. I'm not after veining ... just exact outline shapes....
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