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    I think that is correct, Ralph. For me, if I...

    I think that is correct, Ralph.
    For me, if I have to use nymphs, I prefer Dave Whitlock's Red Fox Squirrel Nymph.
    Here is one I received from Dave:
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    A friend lives in Jackson, Wyoming. Here is a...

    A friend lives in Jackson, Wyoming. Here is a picture she posted a week or so ago of a friendly moose standing on her backdoor deck.........

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    dry fly?.........

    dry fly?.........
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    Steve, I would suggest the Crackleback as the...

    Steve,
    I would suggest the Crackleback as the easiest dry fly to tie and it is a very productive fly.
    There are lots of videos on how to tie this simple, but effective fly. The nice thing about...
  5. Jeremy, Please keep commenting. It always...

    Jeremy,

    Please keep commenting. It always helps to have input from others!

    Not sure this will show. I tried to take a one-handed short video clip of what I figured out and put it on youtube. ...
  6. take care Whatfly. Everything will be OK.

    take care Whatfly. Everything will be OK.
  7. Pertinent portion of email from Regal...

    Pertinent portion of email from Regal Engineering:

    "The Medallion Series Regular Jaws come with a classic material clip. All Revolutions come with an Infinity Material Clip. All others do not...
  8. Jimmy, I was looking at one of the Kaimin's the...

    Jimmy,
    I was looking at one of the Kaimin's the other day. Keep us posted on what you like or don't like about it.
  9. Whatfly: I emailed Regal and the retail outlet...

    Whatfly:

    I emailed Regal and the retail outlet I purchased from and both said that only the traditional jaws and Revolution series come with the material clip. The "infinity" one sells for $10.
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  10. New Regal Medallion with Stainless Jaws

    The first "good/premium" vise I bought was a Regal Vise, in the mid-80's. Prior to that, I had used a couple versions of the Thompson vise. I regret doing so, but sold my "Goldie" several years...
  11. My original post mentioned that the loop appears...

    My original post mentioned that the loop appears perhaps a bit "too closed".
    However, I would hate to ruin the tool if that is not the problem.

    Finally figured it out!!
  12. Jeremy, Sorry, I don't think that is quite the...

    Jeremy,
    Sorry, I don't think that is quite the case. In order for the tool to hold the feather tight, the stem must be between the spring and the loop when you push the spring up once you have the...
  13. Ted, The spring will not be pushed entirely...

    Ted,
    The spring will not be pushed entirely below the loop. I have watched his video a number of times and I am using it as shown. Just seems the loop is a bit too tight. I don't think, in his...
  14. Question for anyone using perijean hackle pliers

    If so, I have a question about hooking the feather stems into the tool.
    Mine seems "too closed" to get the feather stems into the loop end of the tool.
    Appreciate your input.
    Thanks

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    New photo received ...

    New photo received

    http://i1101.photobucket.com/albums/g430/byhaugh/image_zpssw5kxhiw.jpeg
  16. Marco, I was once scolded by an administrator...

    Marco,
    I was once scolded by an administrator because someone thought I had hijacked his thread. So, I don't assume a comment about hijacking is in jest. Good to know you're understanding, though.
  17. Marco, I am probably one of the "hijackers". ...

    Marco,
    I am probably one of the "hijackers". Certainly want to apologize and offer to remove my posts so this thread stays right on point.
  18. It was 68 through 70. The rations came in a...

    It was 68 through 70. The rations came in a small cardboard box (drab green or drab brown). Not sure which version of rations they were, but they were old. Each box contained, as I said, a small...
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    Photos received today from my son's guide in...

    Photos received today from my son's guide in Patagonia

    The hook-up

    http://i1101.photobucket.com/albums/g430/byhaugh/20160203_152553_zpso8ct9wz9.jpg


    The fish
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  20. Jeremy, I have his vise. It's a thing of...

    Jeremy,
    I have his vise. It's a thing of beauty.
    Did a little review of it on a thread here. You might do a search and take a look.
  21. Stcroixgu: He's sorta known as the CDC guy. He...

    Stcroixgu:
    He's sorta known as the CDC guy. He ties pretty simple, yet elegant and buggy looking flies with mostly CDC feathers.
    A number of his tools are primarily designed to aid in the tying of...
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    They pinch a bit....... Mostly harmless, but I've...

    They pinch a bit....... Mostly harmless, but I've never let one land on me for long!!
  23. Anyone else a fan of Marc Petijean, his tools, and tying?

    Marc Petijean is a great tool inventor and a great tier. He is probably best known for his use of CDC feathers in his patterns.
    This is a nice video of him tying one of his favorite flies:

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    Here's one of the giant beetles the fish feed on...

    Here's one of the giant beetles the fish feed on and the fishermen imitate:

    http://i1101.photobucket.com/albums/g430/byhaugh/photo 1 1_zpsccdf5zue.jpg


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    Not a particularly large hen, but a beautiful...

    Not a particularly large hen, but a beautiful one, I think. Caught yesterday in Patagonia.

    http://i1101.photobucket.com/albums/g430/byhaugh/brads brown_zpsg8gszexq.jpg


    Claudio, my son's...
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