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    Default CLASSIC MICHIGAN FLIES - Book Review - Dec 31, 2012

    CLASSIC MICHIGAN FLIES
    A little over a year ago a police officer from Holland, Michigan called me. He introduced himself as Jon Osborn, and informed me that he was going to write a 'coffee table book' about a few 'classic' Michigan fly patterns. He was hoping I could help him with some historic information on some of the patterns and tiers.

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    Just received my copy. It is not what I expected but, it is a very interesting book. I like to tie themed flies for shadow boxes. I now have a new theme; Sixteen Classic Dry Flies of Michigan. I'll even get a chance to fish them in their home state. Joe's artwork is perfect. Thanks Jon for a great book and thanks Tom for bringing it to our attention.
    Bill

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    A dear friend of mine just gave me a copy of this book - it is a gem! Both my wife and I like the artistry and the entire book contents and layout are outstanding. This makes an excellent addition to my fly fishing library...

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