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    Default Re: Terrestrial swap

    Dorian: Do a hopper if that is what you want to tie, I'm the only one doing a hopper and I'm sure our patterns will be way different.

    Larry

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    I have it!!!!! I'll tye a deer hair mouse!!! Love to spin that hair!!!!


    "As The deer Thirts For Water, I thirst for you Oh Lord"

    North Woods Wanderings
    Adventure into the North Woods.......

    "Aroostook Flyers and Tyers"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorian.ducker View Post
    I was going to do a hopper, but it seems we have enough of those. Is another beetle ok? If so that is what I'll do.
    What ever one you want to do is great. So far we have (with out your fly) 1 hopper, 4 ants, and 2 beetles , 1 yellow jacket, and 1 mouse

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    Quote Originally Posted by aroostookbasser View Post
    I'm in............if you still have room. I'll get back to you about the patten.
    Sounds good man, thats the full 12 so I'll clsoe this one down and look forward to seeing every ones flies in June
    Thanks ya'all
    Bear

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    ok, i have a question. do the terrestrials have to be dries? because im working on my loco foam beetle, and i think i like it better when it sinks, because the fish will be able to see the shiny shell of the fly. im tying it on a size 10 scud hook. im using a light green antron dubbing to cover the shank and it has some rubber legs. the loco foam shell is "beetle" color-its like a shiny dark green. i think the shell and the legs look better if it sinks. any objections to a "drowned loco foam beetle"?

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    Hopper for me it is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmooney View Post
    ok, i have a question. do the terrestrials have to be dries? because im working on my loco foam beetle, and i think i like it better when it sinks, because the fish will be able to see the shiny shell of the fly. im tying it on a size 10 scud hook. im using a light green antron dubbing to cover the shank and it has some rubber legs. the loco foam shell is "beetle" color-its like a shiny dark green. i think the shell and the legs look better if it sinks. any objections to a "drowned loco foam beetle"?
    No sir, none from me, I have often found that at times fish prefer drowned bugs
    Bear

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    hey I really dont know where do we send them???????? thanks

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    The addy is
    Brandon Routh
    831 Dogwood Trail
    Heber Springs, AR
    72543
    Bear

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    thanks bear

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