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    Lots of changes over the years, can't stop them....

    Lots of changes over the years, can't stop them. Betty hang in there.
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    Sawyer bug

    Norm, if a tyer doesn't have access to the original 477 yarn what are the substitutes?
    Thanks,


    Tim
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    Very sad, my condolences to her friends and...

    Very sad, my condolences to her friends and family.
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    This is cork meant for use on baitcasting rods.

    This is cork meant for use on baitcasting rods.
  5. Whiting capes

    That is a great article, very interesting! He mentions soft hackle specific feathers, anyone familiar with those?
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    LEW & PRM, hard to believe I joined this forum...

    LEW & PRM, hard to believe I joined this forum almost 12 years ago? Been through some major changes myself, I am looking forward to getting back to square one with some of the good parts of life....
  7. These are Fisher blanks and yes they have spigot...

    These are Fisher blanks and yes they have spigot ferrules, they're just not shown in the pictures above.
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    Good pattern here in Missouri also.

    Good pattern here in Missouri also.
  9. Paul, The graphite blank could be a Fisher, it...

    Paul,
    The graphite blank could be a Fisher, it has all sorts of model numbers recorded on it if you can find an old catalog or online source for this information you could certainly identify the...
  10. In my mind anyway, the first two emerald blanks...

    In my mind anyway, the first two emerald blanks could be the Lamiglas Perigee blanks which were sold only to rodbuilders. The next three blanks, appear to be Fisher but also could be Hardy Sceptre...
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    I like that, very well done!

    I like that, very well done!
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    dpenrod & Betty, I'll contact the RB fly shop to...

    dpenrod & Betty, I'll contact the RB fly shop to see about this - thank you!
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    Very nice, thank you.

    Very nice, thank you.
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    That's a nice pattern, would be good for...

    That's a nice pattern, would be good for bluegills also. Is the recipe on your website?
    Thanks,

    Tim
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    Welcome back Betty, good to know your building...

    Welcome back Betty, good to know your building rods again. Yes, thanks to FAOL!

    Tim
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    Budd, I'd have an interest in the book. I'll send...

    Budd, I'd have an interest in the book. I'll send you a PM.
    Thanks,

    Tim
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    Nice bugs, I like the Dahlberg divers though.

    Nice bugs, I like the Dahlberg divers though.
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    Insert a strip of leather below the reel foot...

    Insert a strip of leather below the reel foot that may help. The cap and ring reelseat isn't the old style version and is still common on lighter weight fly rods.
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    The rod can be repaired, you can contact me if...

    The rod can be repaired, you can contact me if necessary.
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    Betty, those blanks make great fly rods - hope...

    Betty, those blanks make great fly rods - hope you enjoy building them. Think of it as great therapy.

    Tim
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    Hang in there Jack!

    Hang in there Jack!
  22. Great article, the glass is indeed half full.

    Great article, the glass is indeed half full.
  23. Thread: New Boo

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    Why did you decide to go with the Young tapered...

    Why did you decide to go with the Young tapered rod?
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    If you really want to fix the rod, it can be...

    If you really want to fix the rod, it can be repaired by finding a butt section from an expendable graphite or glass rod, measure and cut a section from the older rod that can be slipped over the...
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    I also recieved the same message today. Strange?

    I also recieved the same message today. Strange?
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