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    Nicely done. One criticism...in full screen...

    Nicely done.

    One criticism...in full screen view, the focus was on your shirt. The fly itself was a bit blurry (at least on my screen).

    I enjoyed your commentary.
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    It's like Gierach has written more than a couple...

    It's like Gierach has written more than a couple of times. The flies you should buy are in the nearly empty bins. If the flies in the full bins were working, they wouldn't be full.
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    But posted and then split above the post right? ...

    But posted and then split above the post right? With the hackle wrapped around the post? Parawulff.

    I'm not sure I've ever seen one in a fly shop bin.
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    Parawulff?

    Parawulff?
  5. If you don't need true rotary, Regal would make a...

    If you don't need true rotary, Regal would make a lot of sense for production tying.
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    Harry Murray sells pre-made (or at least he did).

    Harry Murray sells pre-made (or at least he did).
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    I'm a little late to this, I was traveling...

    I'm a little late to this, I was traveling overseas.
    First, I want to say that this was beautifully done.

    However, I prefer full streaming movies. SBS's are great, but I'm more interested in how...
  8. Well done video. Not exactly sure why this...

    Well done video.

    Not exactly sure why this would theoretically be any more successful than numerous other ties...the dubbing?

    I did like the idea of winding the thread back and tying off at the...
  9. Thread: The Weekly Fly

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    Huh. I hope it comes back. It's had some good...

    Huh. I hope it comes back. It's had some good stuff.
  10. Thread: The Weekly Fly

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    The Weekly Fly

    Anybody have an update on this website? Some good stuff, but hasn't been updated (as far as I can tell) since late May.
  11. The leadwing coachman was tied to imitate the...

    The leadwing coachman was tied to imitate the emerging isonychia. It has a peacock herl body, hence the coachman designation I guess.

    To be fair Alan, I think the limitation was placed by you,...
  12. The leadwing Coachman, Quill Gordon Wet, Light...

    The leadwing Coachman, Quill Gordon Wet, Light Cahill Wet, Hendrickson Winged Wet come immediately to mind. I fish a blue winged olive wet.
  13. Those pictures are amazing. Explains why Flick...

    Those pictures are amazing. Explains why Flick went with a pinkish cast on the light hendrickson
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    Pink Squirrel. On Wisconsin!

    Pink Squirrel.

    On Wisconsin!
  15. Thread: Pheasant Tail

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    I'd have little or no problem congratulating him,...

    I'd have little or no problem congratulating him, looking at the fly, and point out he's fishing a Copper John. And then show him both from my fly box.

    I imagine you'd find it a little bit weird ...
  16. Thread: Pheasant Tail

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    I stop here. With all due respect, a person...

    I stop here.
    With all due respect, a person can call whatever he wants whatever he likes, but to reference a fly as a pheasant tail nymph that includes no pheasant tail is meaningless in today's...
  17. Thread: Pheasant Tail

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    I'm with Allan on this. Calling a dry with...

    I'm with Allan on this.
    Calling a dry with light dun tails, a yellowish body, and light dun hackle and wings a BWO doesn't work for me.

    There's a line out there somewhere.
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    I have to go with the pike take. Seems they...

    I have to go with the pike take. Seems they often take on the way down. Waiting to set the hook while having a heart attack is not easy.
  19. Thread: Pheasant Tail

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    The pheasant tail as we know it, using peacock...

    The pheasant tail as we know it, using peacock herl for the thorax, is sometimes designated as the American Pheasant Tail Nymph to distinguish it from Sawyer's PTN.
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    When thinking about fly design, all should...

    When thinking about fly design, all should immediately turn to Datus Proper.

    Proper broke down dries into high-riding (think Hewitt Spiders), normal height (traditional flies), and low-riding...
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    You hunt congos. You don't go on congo shoots. :D

    You hunt congos. You don't go on congo shoots. :D
  22. Thread: Coch y bonddu

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    Thanks Allan. I recently purchased a brown half...

    Thanks Allan. I recently purchased a brown half neck over the web. I most definitely got a lot of furnace. Now I know what to do with it.
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    What is furnace? Is that dark brown with black...

    What is furnace? Is that dark brown with black running along the stems?
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    Both Harry Murray and Tim Holshlag have good...

    Both Harry Murray and Tim Holshlag have good books on the subject.
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    Wonder if a hair straightener like women use...

    Wonder if a hair straightener like women use would work. Probably be safer.
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