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Old 04-08-2010, 10:26 PM
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Hi Folks That are Smallmouth Bass Fisherman...This is my own Creation...I think it Took about Two or Three Years Four this Fly To Evolve....I Named this Fly After my father Who was Jokingly Called Poor Bill by his friends and I named my own Creations Poor Bills the Name of my Shop I Owned and operated in the Early 90s .....So this Fly was called Poor Bills Wham Pous Cat

At one time I did a lot of Deer Hair Work, But then all the deer hair Fines Kept making Such a dirty mess of my Flyshop that I Had to Cease and Desist.. Once and a while I will I will Break over.....LOL...

I am going to do a series of Deer hair flies for You....This is about a #3 or #4 hr project...


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FlySlinger: Very nice deer hair fly! Poor Bill is looking good!

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FlySlinger: Very nice deer hair fly! Poor Bill is looking good!

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I like it! Now go catch a fish with it.

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