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  1. Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    this is looking like it is going to be another fun swap..

    MacFly

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Hey there, any more room? I'm rather new to the forum and would love to get in on a swap!

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Excellent Dean, glad to have you aboard. I'll send out my address to all by PM.
    Mark

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    O.K. i have it figured out now.
    i was going off the track with a crawdad pattern
    I'll do a Joe Brooks' Montana Ugly nymph
    should be excellent for deep holes in big and small streams/rivers
    looks like a hellgrammite or stonefly
    buzz

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Hey all!

    So where do we stand on the patterns? Our generous host, Peregrine, had that nice list on the first page but it isn't complete, probably because I for one did not give a pattern when I signed up.

    So that is where I am, wondering what the list looks like so I can come up with something and not duplicate too closely any of the flies already chosen.

    Lookin forward to it! Thanks all.

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Dean, I did a bead head rainbow prince.

    Mark, My flies are done for this swap but I'm waiting to send them in until I finish the one's for the turkey day swap, then I'll send in the whole bunch.
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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Ant excellent, there's still plenty of time, so mailing both swaps together makes sense.

    Dean, I'll jump in with an Isonychia nymph, and will update the first post to reflect everyone's patterns as they decide.
    Mark

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Here is a pic of the damsel nymph



    Chris
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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Great one Chris, What kind of hook is that? It looks wicked!
    Mark

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    Default Re: Nymph Swap Fall 2010

    Thanks, Mark et al. I have been too busy this week. And now with hunting season is just a week out and my last good fishing trip in the books, most of the empty space in my head is focused on that.

    I'll come up with something soon and let you all now.

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