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Old 09-05-2013, 11:52 AM
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Default How Many Of You Will Be Tying This Winter?

Since curiousity hasn't killed me yet, I have a pair of questions for my fly-fishing/fly-tying brethren on the forum... How many of you will be putting down the rods this coming Fall and Winter and spending your time with bobbin, thread and hackle in hand? How many of you plan to take up the hobby of fly-tying in the off-season?

And, as a kicker inquiry, what flies will you tie the most? Dries? Nymphs? Wets? All of the above?

I ask only because it's 57 degrees here in northern Michigan at this hour-- 12:50 pm --and the tying urge is beginning to take over the ol' thoughts once again.

Looking forward to your replies...

Jerry, aka hairwing530
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