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Old 10-07-2009, 01:10 PM
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Default Re: Dr. Mummy; Trout & Salmon tie

Dan & Dan,

That is an interesting salutation is it not? The pattern was developed in 1930 by a Montanan tier for a Denver doctor named Mummy. I use old books to find old patterns and then give them a new life. I think the late Montanan tier would be flattered that someone was still tying his flies.

Dan, thank you for the pat on the back, as long as I know that someone out there enjoys seeing the craft work I'll keep it coming.
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