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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I got my flies today as well. Excellent job by everyone. That is a great looking bunch of flies. Nice job with the swap, Jeremy .... Very well done. Thank you.

Posted on: 3/19 15:42


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Flies arrived today, nice tying everyone. Thanks again there J.

Posted on: 3/19 17:12
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Got the flies yesterday, the tying skill on PAFF never ceases to amaze me

Posted on: 3/20 11:29
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Flies arrived today. They look awesome. Ready to try some of these out this weekend.

Posted on: 3/20 16:30


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Flies arrived today, and haven't looked @ them yet...but guessing they will be great. Thanks all for participating, and thanks Jeremy for organizing everything.

Tim

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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap -Flies Arrived at Woodstock

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I got my flies here in Woodstock MD. Nice job everyone!

Thanks again Jeremy.

Posted on: 3/20 18:36


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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@gencon

I think I got one of those nymphs in your avatar as an extra. What do you call it, what is it, and what is it tied with? I'm assuming it's some sort of cased caddis imitation, but I have no idea what the actual case is made out of. Does it have a name?

Posted on: 3/20 19:14


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Flies received. Thanks Jeremy and everyone else.

Posted on: 3/20 19:20
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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@gencon

I think I got one of those nymphs in your avatar as an extra. What do you call it, what is it, and what is it tied with? I'm assuming it's some sort of cased caddis imitation, but I have no idea what the actual case is made out of. Does it have a name?


Jeremy, yes I included that for you. It is called a breadcrust. I did a thread about a while back. It is an old pattern. It was one of my Dad's favorite flies. I still use them today. The body is a quill from the tail feather of a ruffed grouse which has been split and soaked.
Dead drift it fish it on the swing.

GC

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