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  1. Re: Roy Christies Easypeasy up-side down mayfly

    Welcome to the forum Tazzie,
    try Partridge K14ST
    aka. Oliver Edwards' Emerger hook, or any suitable alternative, like TMC 206BL

    Roy
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    Re: Fly fishing shoulder bags

    This should fulfil your needs,
    a classic purpose-biult bag from the US

    http://www.bamboo-fisher.com/bags.htm
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    Re: Harold Hattaway has passed on

    On behalf of myself and Julia, whose registration was tidied in the switchover,
    may we send our condolences to Harold's family and friends.

    Harold was a great comfort to Julia in her many...
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    U.K. River pollution

    http://ichuddersfield.icnetwork.co.uk/0 ... _page.html

    another sad day for a small piece of our planet

    :(

    Roy
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    Re: V-hackle dry fly

    Here are some shots posted by DonaldN elsewhere


    http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL170/17 ... 491351.jpg

    http://pic20.picturetrail.com/VOL170/17 ... 491395.jpg

    The method you describe sounds...
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    Re: Backward tied flies

    The two hooks are subtly different, check this link... toward the bottom of the page....
    YK12ST and K14ST

    http://www.partridge-of-redditch.co.uk/ ... lg2005.pdf

    Do NOT get the Grey Shadow...
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    Re: Backward tied flies

    Dough,
    Joe's got it right.

    I do indeed specify K14ST Partridge for the Avon Special and the EasyPeasyUSD
    For reversedparachutes I use YK12ST, again from Partridge.

    There are probably...
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    Here ya go

    Christie's Cranky Cripple
    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/flytyin ... 4fotw.html

    Easypeasy USD (works better without a wing. I now use a dozen woodduck fibres if I add wings to this one)...
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    Wets in Northern Ireland (Not nymphs)

    1 Scottish Silver Butcher #14
    2 Stewart black spider#14/16
    3 Red Quill #14/16
    4 Snipe & Purple #16
    5 Greenwell's Glory #16


    All deadly
    Roy
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    Re: Your Best fly

    Here's mine.
    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/flytyin ... 4fotw.html

    unless you prefer
    http://www.sexyloops.com/articles/troutflydesign1.shtml

    Tight lines,
    Roy
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    hackle problem?

    good morning, herefishy,

    I am assuming you mean the cranky cripple emerger.
    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/flytyin ... 4fotw.html
    I have had a look and cannot see what you describe in those...
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    Genetic difference

    Mandarin
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Duck
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Mand ... ck.arp.jpg

    Carolina Wood Duck
    http://www.birdtrek.co.uk/trek/woodduck.htm...
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    dyes

    Hi, Bob,
    I use Veniards and Dylon dyes
    The #2 sunset glow Dylon is sweet as is Veniard orange.
    Any dye will do the job, use what you trust.
    Do not overheat.

    rgds,
    R0y

    :)
  14. Little old lady

    Some years back I read a story about a lady of ninety years plus who lived in Guildford UK and had always bought her cars from the same shop over a period of sixty years.

    She would take back a...
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    all good advice

    That is all excellent advice.

    I take the traditional Irish view and dye them orange.
    Thus they have no good/bad sides and the dye accentuates the black tips.

    Roy
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    thanks

    I thank you, OLB
    :)
    Roy
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    No tool required

    Here is a how-to of putting a parachute together without tools and without a wingpost.
    That makes it a candidate for waterside tying.
    Check it out and try one
    It is MUCH easier than it looks.
    ...
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    excellent

    Thanks, Donald.
    That is truly classic.

    Roy
  19. Perfect fly

    This one is perfect; caught 54 trout before retiring to the archive for reference....

    http://www.danica.com/flytier/rchristie ... s_mask.htm

    Roy
  20. What is it?

    Pat,
    That is a lovely old rod you got there, it should give you years more use.
    It appears to me that there is no delamination - i.e. the glue is still holding all the sections together.
    I'd go...
  21. shhhh

    stealth
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    up late

    Yup,
    up late, on night shift.
    Then 07:00 I have 14 days off to go fishing - lost passport & new one in the system, so I cannot leave the British Isles; :shock: :(

    Thus - a few days in...
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    That's fine

    Donald, that is a really tempting spider.

    O, the link works OK...
    :lol:
    Roy
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    beyond reasonable doubt

    Ladyfisher, my friend told me that legal advice is worth exactly what you pay for it. Sounds like our counsel are agreed on that one :D



    drolfson, you did not start a ruckus... this is a...
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    So, what's new?

    Published 1983.....

    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/flytyin ... 4fotw.html

    Patented 1993.....

    http://www.waterwisp.com/

    your comments welcome
    Roy Christie
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