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Old 11-16-2011, 08:26 PM
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I love that little blue nymph, Jackster. What is the body on that?
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Thanks for the compliment. Every so often one turns out okay!
I used two sizes of Ultra Wire both wrapped together at the same time.
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Wow Jackster, great flies! I love that spinner!
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Seajay - camera is usually 4-6 inches away.
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Thanks GT. Now for some practice.
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what if i wanted to take pictures of the tying process for like a book or something like that. Is is the same process pretty much.
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