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Old 02-09-2010, 05:58 PM
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Jimmie, c'mon in... the water's fine.

Great Futuramille, you're in, nice looking fly.
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Hoping you'd say that Mark. 12 Quill Gordons done and ready to mail (just need toe tags).


Just mailed this am 2/18.

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Mine will be on the way today. I had to change my pattern a bit to a #16 biota emerger. Supposed to be a BWO Biot Emerger, but I hesitate to actually specify the species, this may be a mutant.
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Kerry your flies arrived today.
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