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    Default Re: Allen & Co Fly Tying Hooks Solid Quality

    Justin, you need some dry fly hooks in 28's and 30's (maybe even 32's). Like the Tiemco 518's.
    Bet you can't do it.
    Life is not like a bowl of cherries. It's more like a jar of ghost peppers. What you eat today might burn your ass tomorrow...

  2. Default Re: Allen & Co Fly Tying Hooks Solid Quality

    I'd be happy with some size 20, 22.24, 101's and 2488's.

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    Default Re: Allen & Co Fly Tying Hooks Solid Quality

    Quote Originally Posted by yatahey View Post
    I'd be happy with some size 20, 22.24, 101's and 2488's.
    me to... lets go to #26 AND I will buy a real

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    Default Re: Allen & Co Fly Tying Hooks Solid Quality

    Quote Originally Posted by yatahey View Post
    I'd be happy with some size 20, 22.24, 101's and 2488's.
    Like Yatahey said. I won't look at hook purveyors unless they tie in the extreme sizes us tailwater flyfishers use.
    On the whole, I'd rather be in Wyoming . . .
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