Keep the extra.
Type: Posts; User: RexW
Keep the extra.
If you don't find him, keep the extra fly.
I don't think there are any rules when it comes to Wooly Buggers. There is a lot variation in what folks call a "Wooly Bugger".
Personally, I use a mixture of feather types depending on what...
Wow, I cut that a little too close. I'll get March in earlier than the last day of the month.
Will a high end rod catch more fish than a mid priced rod?
Not for most of us.
Is there a "pride of ownership" difference?
Poison Tung pattern.
Mine are in the mail. Trying to get the tails straight proved to be a challenge. Here's one of the better results:
I think I'll go with a variation of a "Hot Wire Prince".
It will be some type of nymph???
A Post Office in Dallas currently has possession of my flies.
I'm done. What do you want listed on the toe tags?
Well, I'm not off to a very good start and that's not good when the swap lasts 12 months. But I need to change flies.
Hopefully, a Psychedelic Chernobyl Ant, made with Hobby Lobby foam, will be...
I will be using duct tape and maybe a flip-flop...
I'll play if there's still room.
Yep, me too.
The Red River Fly Fishers and Eisenhower state park will be hosting "Texoma on the Fly" on Saturday, June 15, from 9:00 to 1:00 in Eisenhower state park on the shores of Lake Texoma.
Thanks Hans, I'm going to have to try doing it that way.
Nice fly Hans. Would you comment on how you did the stripe, is that just one hair of bucktail wrapped on there or is it a couple of hairs?
Jeremy, congratulations. Enjoy your new vise. :)
I paid $20 for my copy and I got 15 years of use out of it. But there is no comparison of that vise to the smaller SS Regal jaws. The design of the SS jaws is much, much better for tying smaller...
It looks like you are in Burleson. So, there are several options for free introduction to fly fishing classes near you. Bass Pro near DFW airport has a free introduction class each Sat and Sun...
I've been using a Regal with the SS jaws and the brass pedistal base for about a year and a half. I've been very happy with it. The jaws provide good access and hook holding for tying midge flies....
Most likely, you are correct, he will just tell you to go get some inexpensive reading glasses. However, there is the risk that something more serious is causing your vision problems.
Around here, the JoAnn's fabric stores have a good selection of foam that works well for fly tying.
Congratulations! 15 years is impressive for any website.