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Old 01-28-2010, 09:34 PM
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Great stuff Dan and Joni!
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awesome ties dan. deer hair is hard to work with! ive been starting to get into it too, but im out of deer hair i want to make plenty of bass and pike divers once i get more though! yours look much better than mine do...youre off to an awesome start!
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GREAT flys Dan and Joni, the only tip I can think of would be to cover your hands with baby powder(if you dont allready) it keeps all the little pieces of hair from sticking to your hands when they are hot.
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Default Re: Stacking Deer hair....

Nice job Dan...If you get a chance check out the Chris Helm videos or better yet watch him at a fly show...The man is a magician with deer hair...

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anyone who has ever used deer hair in a fly should check out this guy...its insane what he can make with the stuff!!!

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Yup, I'm impressed! The imagination he's shown in his designs is great. Already has me thinking.
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Dang Joni, your mix of colors are so good they look airbrushed. which made me start thinking...I have white deer hair and an airbrush....hmmmm
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Heay I ain't that good, the red stripe and the black are Pantone Marker. Airbrush could be awesome!
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have any of you heard of, tied, or fished a ty's tantalizer??? i was wondering if any of you could tell me its action in the water. it has a very unique cut/shape to it, and i am curious of its purpose.

heres a link to a pic of one tied by chris helm:

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