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Old 10-09-2012, 04:15 PM
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Im in again as well.
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I'm interested!
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Default Re: Any interest in a Saltwater Fly Swap?

Salt water is a pretty broad group, so anything from large baitfish patterns to small shrimp is game?

I've been been fooling around with bonefish flies for a trip next year, So I'm in for a modified Squimp.
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Well what I can do is make it anything saltwater and if you want a specific type of fly I will personally tie an extra fly for each person that corresponds to your type of fishing or what you use.
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It is a bad time for a swap for me. The stripers are just starting to show up so I will be fishing hard and often from now till mid December. If you want to do another in January I will definitely get in then. Good luck with this one and its great to see a few swaps again. Hopefully I will be posting lots of fish pics over the next couple months.

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Default Re: Any interest in a Saltwater Fly Swap?

I would like to see it a little more defined but I would like to be in it too if you will have me. These TN fish like the salty flies too. hehehe
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I fish every type of saltwater fly so whAt do you guys want to swap
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Ones that catch fish!

---------- Post added at 04:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:57 PM ----------

All kidding aside my suggestion would be a general SW swap
. If you want to tie streamers , clousers , crab or shrimp patterns as long as it's SW . Limit it to 12 swappers and see what happens. Just a suggestion it's your swap.I'd limit it to 12 cause last time I did SW streamers only had 7 swappers. With the variety you may get more.
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Default Re: Any interest in a saltwater fly shop

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is this a game thread like the One Word thread
Shop ........ Swap

OK, this makes more sense.

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