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Old 01-25-2011, 07:54 PM
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Flityer, nice flies! They ought to produce well for you!
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Thank you all for your kind words ! And thank you BigCliff for posting your fly it's a great looking pattern indeed ! I'll have to tye a few of those up and give them a go for steelhead.
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Allen,

I didn't know that you were on this forum - good to have you here!

Nice winged wets!

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Hi Allan,

I registered here a year or two ago and started posting , I got caught up in a bunch of other boards and kind of drifted away. This site has grown so much since I was last here , it's great to see.
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