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Old 02-17-2013, 06:25 PM
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Default Re: Tell me what you guys think..

what you have tied as a new tyer is really pretty darn good.

as a 30+ year tyer i still get an occasional gap here and there when tying wire bodied flies. for now you shouldnt worry too much about it.

sometimes a gap gives a fly that little extra segmentation

nobody ties perfect flies

your "bead head" brassie will catch fish just fine

the legs on the "bead head" prince may be a bit long but i would fish it anyway

when you get the correct materials to tie the rainbow warrior youll do just fine
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