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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Haha, yes that's my handwriting. My mother went to catholic schools under nuns, the old school nuns. So she thought it was the least she could do when my writing was off to crack my knuckles with a ruler and have me write it again. I tell you that kinda sticks with you. And thanks.


I had nuns in school for 8 years. They did emphasize penmanship. But hey, it didn't take on me.

Posted on: 2/13 18:05


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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lv2nymph wrote:
Haha, yes that's my handwriting. My mother went to catholic schools under nuns, the old school nuns. So she thought it was the least she could do when my writing was off to crack my knuckles with a ruler and have me write it again. I tell you that kinda sticks with you. And thanks.


I had nuns in school for 8 years. They did emphasize penmanship. But hey, it didn't take on me.

Posted on: 2/13 18:05


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I hope I am in. I PMed Jere.... Let me know if I am in and I will pick I fly to tie tomorrow. Looking forward to it.

Posted on: 2/14 22:40


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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1. Me: March brown nymph
2. Sniperfreak223: crunchy caddis, hare's ear soft hackle
3. Dc410: golden stonefly nymph
4. Allen_s: tungsten polish woven nymph
5. Tctrout: partridge and orange
6. Krptt243: baetis hotspot jig nymph
7. Busterwants2fish: McPhail caddis or Czech cat nip
8. Mario66pens: sulfur nymph
9. Delta_dog: sulfur soft hackle
10. C_nesbella: pheasant tail soft hackle
11. Keiths: crippled flymph
12. Lv2nymph: halfback
13. Hbgbswanson: tbd
14. Gencon: flat body quill Gordon nymph
15. MD_Gene: tbd

Eunan PM'ed me and said he wasn't sure he'd have time for this swap, and offered his spot to MD_Gene, so above is the new lineup.

Posted on: 2/15 2:38


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Welcome, good to have you Gene.

Posted on: 2/15 8:37
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I have had no time this past week. It's been crazy. Being a GC calls from folks with trees through their houses, ice dams you name it. I am going to try and get some tied this weekend.

GC

Posted on: 2/15 8:58
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Jeremy,

The squadron of Golden Stonefly Nymphs departed for Lewistown this AM. Hopefully will arrive on Tuesday given the holiday on Monday. There are 18 of them in there. If anyone drops or the mods decide to not want any just stick any extra ones in your nymph box. Thanks, this is shaping up to be a great swap.

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Posted on: 2/15 9:33


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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I will be tying a olive green WD40. It can be fished as a nymph, as an emerger or a midge. In olive it looks a lot like a BWO. I will probably tie it on a size 20.

Posted on: 2/15 19:11


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Hi everyone,

Placing the Partridge and Orange soft hackles in the mail today; thanks again for all participating and Jeremy for setting this up.

I will be uploading a YouTube video tying this pattern on Friday and will post accordingly.

TC

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Posted on: 2/18 10:18
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Cool pic, nice ties.

Posted on: 2/18 20:57
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Dc410, got your nymphs today.

Posted on: 2/18 22:14


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Thanks for the heads up.

Posted on: 2/19 10:08


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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KeithS, got your flies today.

Posted on: 2/20 8:23


Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Thanks Jeremy. Check your PM's.

Posted on: 2/20 8:30
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Re: Wet fly/nymph swap

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Thanks for the heads-up when patterns arrive, Jeremy; all appears to be going smooth.

TC

Posted on: 2/20 21:52
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