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    Uncle Jesse, they're thin lead sheets from the...

    Uncle Jesse, they're thin lead sheets from the x-ray films that go into your mouth. Pure lead, and thin. Can be cut with scissors, then wrapped onto the hook.

    Chuck
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    Nice Wulff, Martin! Chuck

    Nice Wulff, Martin!

    Chuck
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    Wow! I lost that link some time ago. Thanks for...

    Wow! I lost that link some time ago. Thanks for posting it.

    Chuck
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    Looking forward to a report, Scott. Chuck

    Looking forward to a report, Scott.

    Chuck
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    The reason Gary used the packing foam was for its...

    The reason Gary used the packing foam was for its transluscency, as Joe Billingsley indicated. He felt that that quality was the trigger for the fly. If so, I think the craft foam would be easier to...
  6. Thread: Head Cement

    by Chuck441
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    I guess I don't understand the "no cement on...

    I guess I don't understand the "no cement on dries, cement on nymphs and wets, etc.". Why not on dries? Don't say it adds extra weight. A mini drop of cement won't sink your dry flies.

    Chuck
  7. Never saw this variation, Scott, but it's going...

    Never saw this variation, Scott, but it's going to catch some fishies for me next season!

    Chuck
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    What a shame if, say, an L.L. Bean rod would test...

    What a shame if, say, an L.L. Bean rod would test pretty high for the cost, but is left out because it's only available from Bean. Yet, they fall all over themselves for a Fenwick rod that I can...
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    Byron- do you think more members could see this...

    Byron- do you think more members could see this on the main FFOL Forum?

    Chuck
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    Neat fly. Kind of looks like a cousin of the...

    Neat fly. Kind of looks like a cousin of the Tellico.

    Chuck
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    Byron, I love this style. Paraloop or hackle...

    Byron, I love this style. Paraloop or hackle stacker- call it what you want- it's fun to tie, and sure catches trout.

    Chuck
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    Scott, the lead wing coachman is my favorite...

    Scott, the lead wing coachman is my favorite searching winged wet. Trout seem to like chomping on it, so onto my leader it goes. Thanks for the fine (as usual) SBS.

    Chuck
  13. Thread: winged wets

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    Lovely work! I love winged wets, but don't tie...

    Lovely work! I love winged wets, but don't tie them enough. Methinks I'll be tying more this winter.

    Chuck
  14. Thread: Fiberglass

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    Ray- I see a winking emoticon in his post, so...

    Ray- I see a winking emoticon in his post, so maybe it's really a tongue in cheek comment.

    Chuck
  15. Thread: Peacock

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    Haven't seen their herl lately, but the materials...

    Haven't seen their herl lately, but the materials from Feather-Craft are usually excellent. www.feather-craft.com.

    Chuck
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    If the angle were critical, Vincent Marinaro- a...

    If the angle were critical, Vincent Marinaro- a detail-oriented fisher if there ever was one- would have designed his original thorax dun with sloped wings. But he didn't. Using a slant box (correct...
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    Ray, if you've seen pics of Don Gapen's original...

    Ray, if you've seen pics of Don Gapen's original tie, you know that the head wasn't a big ball of spun deer hair. It looked to me to be more like an enlarged version of an elk hair caddis head- just...
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    A factor here could also involve the type(s) of...

    A factor here could also involve the type(s) of fishing one does. The Far and Fine, for example, was/is a wonderful rod for close to moderate distance trout fishing. Sorry Orvis decided to drop it....
  19. Thread: Caddis Pupa

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    SEMI-realistic, Alan? If I were a trout, the...

    SEMI-realistic, Alan? If I were a trout, the screen would have fish lip marks on it! Cool.

    Chuck
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    I love this fly. I've fished it for years in the...

    I love this fly. I've fished it for years in the olive version, and trout have been very happy to munch it.

    Chuck
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    Very nice, Byron. That'll be in my box next...

    Very nice, Byron. That'll be in my box next season, for sure.

    Chuck
  22. Thread: Is it heresy?

    by Chuck441
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    The original tie for the Maine Gray Ghost used...

    The original tie for the Maine Gray Ghost used cheek feathers that were cemented as a unit to aid in production tying. If ol' Carrie could do it and not get pilloried, I think you're O.K., Ray!
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    Hi, Bruce. They are used for the wings on the...

    Hi, Bruce. They are used for the wings on the traditional version of a Gray Fox. But why not post this question on the Tying Board? Might have more success.

    Chuck
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    I've fished the 7 1/2' 3-wt. Three Forks as my...

    I've fished the 7 1/2' 3-wt. Three Forks as my go-to small stream rod for years. I prefer a 4-wt. line for casts up to 30 feet, but it's a terrific rod. A good while back I tried to get a blank from...
  25. Thread: Grimm

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    Quite elegant, Hans. -Chuck

    Quite elegant, Hans. -Chuck
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