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  1. Muddler from Swap #1 - Streamers - Round Two! (OCT 2013)

    #6 Muddler Minnow (tive-r-gake a bit).


    Hook: 3X Long Streamer (Mustad 9672).

    Size: #6 Shown, #2 - #14.

    Thread: 6/0 and kevlar for spinning.

    [Start with 6/0, color doesn't matter.]

    Tail: Matched pair of mottled turkey quill slips.

    Body: Holographic gold Mylar tinsel.

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  2. unnamed short story

    The autumn chill had a bit of steam coming off the water and there was gold along the banks...just the way it had been each of the 42 years he'd come here. Ever changing, yet ever the same, this water called to him as no other. With a sigh and a little smile pulled his old 5 weight friend from a battered tube and rigged up. Fifty yards downstream, at the top of Sal's hole, a sickly salmon rolled.

    Sal was long dead, but 35 years ago he had taken a tumble there, filling his waders with ...
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  3. Living in the "DACKS" part 2



    Hello all.
    Well as you can see we got a little snow here in the Dacks this week. Temps have been dropping and are in the 30s during the day and high 20s at night. Fall is a great time to be here in the adirondacks, there are lots of festivals going on like the octoberfest, and lets not forget all the fright fests and pumpkin smashing.
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  4. Starling & Herl Soft Hackle, et al., & Co. (2)

    Version 3: Large soft hackle / wet fly. (double hackle)
    [Redundant steps not included.]


    Same as before, with two hackles collared back more.

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  5. Starling & Herl Soft Hackle, et al., & Co. (1)

    [This was very distracting... was too distracted by taking images to tie really nice flies and was too distracted by tying flies to take really good pics... fo gigure.]

    There will be several distinct patterns in this series, but they are all sort of a blur to me, all pretty much tied out of the same materials. I have never found that any one version out performs the others; each does its own thing and has its own time and place. We are working with two iridescent materials which are ...

    Updated 10-25-2013 at 12:03 PM by random user

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