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Old 03-30-2010, 03:51 PM
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this is a sample of the flies we use in Ireland


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The polar Peter

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A selection of duckflies

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The olive Dun

I hope you like them


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Sean: Very nice looking flies, thanks for sharing!

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Nice flies Sean. Fun to see different flies/names.
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From one Irishman to another, welcome to the forum. I'm a pretty typical Irishman in that I don't live in Ireland. Very nice flies. You are a pretty talented tyer. Thanks for sharing.
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from across the Channel.Great flies Sean...by the way do you know who won the 6 nation rugby tournament this year?
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Welcome to the Forum Sean from yet another Irishman... My Grandfather was born and raised in AbbeyFaille... Beautifully tied flies, I look forward to seeing more pictures from the Old Sod...

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Thanks for the kind words Gents, I'll post more soon
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wow great flys sean thanks for sharing,
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