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Old 06-27-2014, 09:41 AM
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Welcome aboard sled, like to see some of your ties in the what are you tying today thread. Jack
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Welcome aboard sled, like to see some of your ties in the what are you tying today thread. Jack
The flies I tie aren't anything great. Things like black beauties, mercury midges, just your typical midge patterns. I would like to learn to tie some more difficult ones at some point but the midges are great here year round.

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The flies I tie aren't anything great. Things like black beauties, mercury midges, just your typical midge patterns. I would like to learn to tie some more difficult ones at some point but the midges are great here year round.

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