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Old 03-17-2013, 04:35 AM
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Default New Irish may fly patterns

Finally finished the new May selection patterns.
CDC under hackle creates a fantastic bubble trail when pulled through the waves.
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Laurie: Beautiful work as always!
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Stunning ties, they would go well in my fly box next week.
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Default Re: New Irish may fly patterns

I like those a lot!

I've been told that somewhere in my family heritage, there was Irish presence. However, I've also been told there was German & English ancestry too.

None of them liked each other, so how in the heck that happened I have no idea!

Awesome flies for sure!
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