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    I think I am going to go with the Bemis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billhouk View Post

    Attachment 11907
    The flies in the image are; The Oriole, The Polka, The Oconomowoc, and The Henshall.
    Hey, I recognize those flies! *wink* Thank you again, by the way.

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    I will attempt to do tie up some Ondawa on size 10.

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    Difficult choice, don't know what to do!
    Let the fly be with you....

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    Is it a problem if i want to tie the same fly as another tier?? I found 2 that are probably in my tying ability but both are spoken for already. The Oriole or the Butcher. I am not very good at tying winged flies and these 2 look like I can do either of them. The Montreal and The winged gold ribbed hares ear look good also. got all these off the Global fly fishers web site. Classic wet flies and Classic bass and lake flies sub forums. thanx
    Shad Clark.
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    I would like to tie this one, not sure what it's called. The Gagnon, maybe? Found it here: http://favoriteflies.com/wordpress1/

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    Roadhog:
    It is certainly ok with me if you tie the same pattern. It is always interesting to see the differences in style and technique.
    Thanks

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    Ugly flies went in the mail today.

    Rick

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    Darn... Too bad I didn't see this until just now... I like tying the older flies and fishing them as well...
    A.S.F 5th GP ...TO FIGHT SO OTHERS MAY REMAIN FREE...

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    Have you received any flies, yet? I mailed mine a week ago.

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