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Old 08-26-2012, 07:01 PM
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Those are beautiful ties right there! great job wovenstonefly.

here is a hairwing from today

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Good grief, those are gorgeous Wovenstonefly!
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Wovenstonefly: You are the man! Just knock out gorgeous flys.

PT, AJ and Kbranch: Great work as well, just wish I could tie like you guys do!
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Thanks Larry, you're too kind! Especially since kbranch's ties are far better than mine!

Just threw together some quick pheasant tails for an outing tomorrow for some browns, which will likely turn into waking mice for browns as well!
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going to the North's stats, I think ants useful
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going to the North's stats, I think ants useful
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I tried some "red fire ant" patterns in one of my local brooks for trout and they went insane for it. Not many ants especially red ones but hey i thought i would give it a try. I am now a big fan of the any patterns! great tie by the way!

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Woven, I hate to say it... but those are HORRID, HORRID ties... I'd like to do you the favor of disposing of them for you so you don't have to be burdened with it- may I send you my address? XD
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here is a Rusty Rat I cased this evening. made a wooden base, felt feet. Engraved brass plate for the front to come.
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here is a start on my display board as well.

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kbranch, those are sweet!
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