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Thanks for sharing those Ard. They look really nice and I have a feeling some may work a little south of you too.
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Wow. Beautiful flies. Thank you for sharing and providing some inspiration to a new and upcoming tier.


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Hi Glen,

I forgot all about this thread.... I've made about 3 dozen more since this was posted. Sculpins and Rainbow Parr on tubes. I'm pretty much ready but am rebuilding the deck on the rear of our home here before I can go fishing again. I went 8 days ago and found no steelhead, it's still a little cold here so it's early. Another week and there should be a few moving around.

We don't see the kind of fish numbers that are in places like the Salmon RIver. The fish are wild and they are not plentiful so it is not unusual to get skunked when fishing for them here.
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Hey Ard. I to am doing some home repairs. I have been out a few times. The browns are starting to bite. Still quite cool here also. The water temps are only 37 degrees. So another week or so and we should be good to go. This is a pic of what a friend of mine picked up 2 weeks ago.
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