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What do you tie a pheasant tail nymph with?
Use pheasant tail fibers of course, we don't have pheasants here what should I do?
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Use pheasant tail fibers of course, we don't have pheasants here what should I do?
Go to your local pet store, and just pluck some feathers off any color bird you like.
I've been having trouble sleeping, any suggestions?

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Use pheasant tail fibers of course, we don't have pheasants here what should I do?
You should shoot some bald eagles for a substitute. You will surely have extra feathers so sell the rest on ebay.

My property taxes are too high. I'd rather buy a new fly rod.

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You should shoot some bald eagles for a substitute. You will surely have extra feathers so sell the rest on ebay.

My property taxes are too high. I'd rather buy a new fly rod.
Bank Robbery is a good way to do both.


My dog keeps pissing on the floor, how can I stop him.
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Bank Robbery is a good way to do both.


My dog keeps pissing on the floor, how can I stop him.
Just keep him on the bed. Keeps the floor clean.
My wife is sick, and I'm a germaphobe. Any advice?

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Get a new one. Shes wore out anyways.

I need running line what do I do?
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This thread is way too fast for me. I'm starting to hyperventilate.
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This thread is way to fast for me. I'm starting to hyperventilate.
Put a plastic bag over your head and count to one thousand ten times.

How do I get the neighbor's dog to stop barking?

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Simple. Sneak over to their yard. Dig a 6 ft deep hole and fill it with rattle snakes. Cover with twigs, then leaves and then a big ole' soup bone. Works like a charm.

I've never fished before and want to try this thing called Spey. What is a D loop?
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I've never fished before and want to try this thing called Spey. What is a D loop?
Doesn't matter what a d loop is. What you need is powerbait and a cooler of steel reserve.


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