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Old 06-19-2013, 11:45 AM
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Default Re: ATTN All tyers: I "Challenge" you to a duel!!

i like tying in a clean area so i usually take out only enough material for the quantity of flies i'm going to tie and then throw away any type of leftover bits and trimmings. my goal is to not waste any material. not much you can do with 1/8 inch long butt ends of hackles or fallen guard hairs from spikey dubbing. whatever material i dont use goes back in the bag for future use on another hatch of flies

yup, i'm cheap and damn proud of it!
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Poor quality materials are destined to discourage beginner tiers and cause greater expense when the time comes to replace them.

YOUR way is not the ONLY way when tying flies!

Fly tyers can be masters of making things complicated!

You're only limited by lack of imagination. Be creative, experiment.

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