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Old 02-04-2012, 09:50 PM
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Loved the flies. Your daughter is a cutie!!!
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Old 02-05-2012, 04:48 AM
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They're nothing special, but it's something to get me back in the groove. Since I was running on an insomnia rush, I decided to finally kick my wintertime laziness and get my bench fired back up. I haven't tied in a while partly due to not feeling well and having my tying bench blocked off by junk too. So, after some rearranging and dusting off, I tied these guys up. Nothing more than a standard bugger, but it got the vise warmed up. (Plus, this color combo is killer on White Bass and Crappie.)

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Me thinks I need to copy those pink buggers because crappie are the only fish active her right now.
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Colonel Fuller
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Old 02-05-2012, 11:46 PM
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Awesome ties!!! Love the photos!
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:49 AM
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That Colonel Fuller looks very, very nice! Smooth tag, body and rib, throat looks stacked; not past the barb and covering 1/2 of the distance up from the bottom of the body, nice tail and married wing.

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Awesome ties!!! Love the photos!
Taken with the camera on my cellphone, at night in a well lit room. Best photos i've take on any flies i've tied.

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That Colonel Fuller looks very, very nice! Smooth tag, body and rib, throat looks stacked; not past the barb and covering 1/2 of the distance up from the bottom of the body, nice tail and married wing.

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Thanks Pocono, they are really starting to come together for me.
Still some stuff to work on though.
The throat is not stacked, per se, I just laid it on the table and push aligned the tips.
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Sulphur Soft Hackle Emerger

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