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Old 01-04-2013, 01:29 PM
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Default Matter of Perspective

Probably a simple answer to this and hopefully one of the fine tyers here can shed some light. When ribbing a fly whether it be wire , tinsel or some other material what is the best way to view the fly as your wrapping to get the best vantage point for a nicely spaced even rib? Is it looking at the top straight down at the fly or from the side? Thanks for any input in advance.
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