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Old 06-30-2011, 05:43 PM
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Hi all
Well out of hospital and back to my old self,been tying a new range of sedges for the loughs

The picric deer hair sedge
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The Claret Murrough
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The fiery brown sedge
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The red emerger
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The olive emerger
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Those are some really great flies, I really like the last one.
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Welcome back Laurie hope your doing well.
Lovely profile on those, they should raise a few nice fish!
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Really nice looking patterns. Good to hear you are doing well.
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laurie: Good to see you posting again and hearing that your mending! Once again some really great looking patterns, congrats!

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Love the sedges, they are buggy looking things!
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Old 07-01-2011, 07:32 AM
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Hi Guys thanks for the kind words
yes it has been a rough 2 months it was major surgery so it will take a while to get back to the lough fishing.
We started a workshop for new instructors on Lough Owel in the south of Ireland and it is brilliant here is a photo of the students
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Also a guy from England broke the Irish record on Lough Currane a 13.5lb sea trout with one of my patterns a leggy cdc bibio
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Beautiful flies Laurie and glad you're on the mend...

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Welcome back Laurie-- great looking flies - and that sea trout pattern looks deadly!
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Great flies, I love 'em.
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