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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Way to make fun of the disabled. You guys are jerkstores. (sob)

Posted on: 2011/10/25 22:19
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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Well I'll give it a shot. I'll tye up a bunch and give them a review when I go up to the Oak Orchard in November.


This fly should work great! Since it worked well on the SR the past few weeks.

Posted on: 2011/10/26 0:23


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Well I'll give it a shot. I'll tye up a bunch and give them a review when I go up to the Oak Orchard in November.


This fly should work great! Since it worked well on the SR the past few weeks.


What section were you fishing with 'da bomb fly? Or is this from another thread?

Posted on: 2011/10/26 0:40


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Is that bobbin worth the monies ?

Posted on: 2011/10/26 14:49
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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Is that bobbin worth the monies ?


Yes. The bobbin is extremely well crafted and the design is superior. This bobbin was engineered! You dont relize how much thought went into making it until you use it. I cant really say anything else other than, If you do get one you will not regret it. I love it and it is the only bobbin i use anymore. It has replaced my 15+ bobbin collection. If i were to lose mine i would buy another one with out blinking an eye. Its worth every penny.






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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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That bobbin needs to be far superior. When your tying a piece of chenille to a hook with some glow bug yarn you better have the best damb equipment you can buy. Lol

Posted on: 2011/10/27 9:50
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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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What bobbin is it?

Posted on: 2011/10/27 11:11


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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I use the M.P. Bobbin.

Posted on: 2011/10/27 14:20


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The M.P. Bobbin is great, I would never use anything else.

Posted on: 2011/10/27 17:06


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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Holy smokes. I guess if you are really into tying . . .

What do it do? Teh magics?

Posted on: 2011/10/27 20:45


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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What do it do? Teh magics?


Your buddies at the Trout Predator Online (not associated with Aaaron Jassper!) done did you a video!



I'm unimpressed. Then I'm not a Pro User!

Posted on: 2011/10/27 20:51
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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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harbor freight will make a $10 knock off and profit. i am commissioning them now.

But really. "decent" bobbin is $10. I could get 7 or so and not have to play with changing thread.

^ this is an opinion and not meant to offend Utah. he clearly finds value in it.

Posted on: 2011/10/27 20:54


Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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But really. "decent" bobbin is $10. I could get 7 or so and not have to play with changing thread.


Its for the sort of clowns who solder needles on their German craft scissors and insist the 1/2 second it cuts off tying a fly makes all the diff.

I found it amusing that Mark Pettyjeans Magical Bobbin was invented by a guy who's not obsessed with having his scissors palmed during the entire fly construction, another Pro Tip that I'll have no truck with (although that might actually shed 2 or 3 seconds off per fly).

Posted on: 2011/10/27 20:59
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Re: Tying P.A's Infamous Pink Worm.

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In the good old days we tied our flies ,on the stream,with one hand and smoked our pipes with the other.

Posted on: 2011/10/27 21:02
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