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Old 05-02-2013, 09:55 PM
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Default Re: Any headache saving tips for a new tyer? (besides don't start the addiction)

This is the book I learned from:
Click the image to open in full size.

It's a cool book. You can look up pretty much any particular thing and see it done without any of the other stuff in the way.

Think that's it, but I remember mine being blue.

TAKE A CLASS OR TOO!. Another self taught person here. Well, self taught with some rough critriques. Youtube is a realy cool thing, but rather useless if you don't have the basics down.

Start large, get comfortable and then go a little smaller with the same pattern or stay the same size with a slightly more complex pattern.

I learned on woolly bugger, Hornburg special, then muddler minnows, then pheasant tail nymphs, then an Adams dry.
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