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Old 02-02-2013, 12:47 AM
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Default Re: Has tying made you a better fisherman?

Good question. I think what learning to tie, and the journey it has taken me on, has taught me is to really think and try to see hatches in a different way. The number of books that I've read about fishing based on theories of flies has definitely had the most effect on the way I fish than anything else. So yes, it has changed and influenced the way I fish.

Whether it's made me better at fishing, well ... that would be debatable.
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