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Old 07-19-2013, 09:22 PM
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Default Re: "Bucket List" flies

I'm liking your posting here, these things which are a sort of 20th century history of fly tying thing are interesting.

It is this type content that keeps this forum growing and makes it truly informative.

A very nice tie on that, by the way I still have many 'no hackle duns' in my old dry fly collection. Also a good post.

Ard

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Ard

Two nicely tied classics posed on the back side of a Wheatley box. I recognize the scratched aluminum. Thumbs up!

What's your "bucket List" feather wing gonna be?
Just spotted this; heck I've tied hundreds, perhaps approaching a thousand, if I haven't tied it yet I wouldn't have a clue.................... I take that back, never tied a Rogans Royal Ghost, I think it's called.

Ard
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