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    Fly Fishing and Fly Tying Books for Sale

    I have several fly tying and fishing books that I would like to see go to a good home.

    Barr Flies: How to Tie and Fish the Copper John, the Barr Emerger and dozens of other patterns, variations,...
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    Sold Pending Funds

    Sold Pending Funds
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    Rotary Fly Dryer Motor for Sale - $10 OBO - SOLD

    I have a motor and battery pack for a rotary fly dryer. Its been in my kit for a while and I no longer tie.
    It takes a D cell battery.
    The battery pack and rotor head have unused double sided tape...
  4. I like it! It looks like a simple, yet effective...

    I like it! It looks like a simple, yet effective midge pattern.

    Would you care to offer any notes about your presentation of this fly?
  5. Thread: equuilante

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    I think that the Serendipity does a good job...

    I think that the Serendipity does a good job imitating an emerging caddis. It may also do a good job as a midge emerger.
  6. Dr. Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Festival - 2/5/2011

    http://www.texasflyfishers.org/ftf1.html




    Dr. Ed Rizzolo Fly Tying Festival

    Many of you will notice a change in the name of Texas FlyFishers Annual Fly Tying...
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    Fly Swap Toe Tags

    What are you using for toe tags on swap flies?
    How are you making them?
    What information are you including?
    What do you like to see on toe tags from swap flies that you receive?
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    2010 lydia ann fly masters tournament

    http://www.lydiaannflymasters.com/


    TOURNAMENT DATE: JULY 17, 2010

    The purpose of the LYDIA ANN FLY MASTERS tournament is to bring Fly Fishing
    anglers from all over the State of Texas,...
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    That is exactly what I was looking for. Thank You!

    That is exactly what I was looking for. Thank You!
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    Online Vise Comparison

    A while back there was a discussion about different fly tying vises. In that discussion, someone posted a link to an online comparison. I have been searching the forum looking for that discussion....
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    I like the dubbing selection boxes that have 12...

    I like the dubbing selection boxes that have 12 different colors.

    I too have struggled with getting good dubbing from a hares mask. I do, however, like how dubbing cut from natural skins (aka...
  12. That is an awesome looking fly! Stone flies,...

    That is an awesome looking fly!

    Stone flies, and there associated patterns always get my attention. There is something about those little, or sometimes big, creatures that fascinates me.
    ...
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    Start with a smaller weight line. For inshore...

    Start with a smaller weight line.

    For inshore saltwater 7wt rod, I use 12|10|8lb for the leader. This yields approximately 48|40|32lb butt section, and 24|20|16lb midsection. Then I tie (loop to...
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    BTW, bring warm clothes. It was in the high 70s...

    BTW, bring warm clothes. It was in the high 70s yesterday. :D
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    I will also add that the TPWD releases rainbow...

    I will also add that the TPWD releases rainbow trout in many ponds across the state. Several of these ponds are in the Houston area. Check out this page for more information:

    2009-2010 Trout...
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    Here is another interesting way to build your own...

    Here is another interesting way to build your own leaders. I use these for saltwater and warmwater fishing. I dont see any reason why one could not use these for trout fishing as well.


    Hand...
  17. Thread: Oops

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    Great Review page. Thanks for the info. It was...

    Great Review page. Thanks for the info. It was definitely worth the read.
  18. Thread: Oops

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    I have the following vise: Supreme Rotating Fly...

    I have the following vise:
    Supreme Rotating Fly Tying Vise


    It was very inexpensive, and has been very good for me. The reviews for it are not great, but I have not had any issues with it at...
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    I do the same thing. Also, I like to tie the...

    I do the same thing.

    Also, I like to tie the hackle in at the rear, then palmer it forward, then use my ribbing material over the hackle. It takes a bit of practice to get the hackle working, but...
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    Now that is an answer that only a fisherman could...

    Now that is an answer that only a fisherman could love! :D

    He He He!

    Thanks!
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    The following article discusses a dry fly BWO...

    The following article discusses a dry fly BWO that does not have wings. The article makes a few points that seem reasonable.

    http://globalflyfisher.com/tiebetter/bwos/
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    The original point was trying to identify the...

    The original point was trying to identify the Trude form, so that I could be clear about its purpose. I was trying to answer the following questions:

    1. Is it representing a spefic life cycle?
    2....
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    My response was meant more as a tongue in cheek...

    My response was meant more as a tongue in cheek reference to the fact that the "Trude" fly seems to have a non specific history.




    :D :D
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    I don't know if that answered my question in...

    I don't know if that answered my question in totality, though, it seems that there may not be a complete answer. :D


    Thanks for the info!
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    "Trude" Flies

    I have found several flies bearing the name "Trude".

    I have found little to no information regarding the origin of this moniker.

    It seems to represent a fly tied with a white calf hair...
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