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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Flys are on their way.
Thanks for the swap!!!

Posted on: 2012/9/19 1:10


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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My second pattern is going to be a fancy bay anchovy its a new fly for me if i tie it right it will be a sexy looking fly .

Posted on: 2012/9/21 1:06
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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wetflyguy wrote:
Flys are on their way.
Thanks for the swap!!!


Was greeted by a package of sand eels/clousers after work today!

Good stuff Wet!

Posted on: 2012/9/21 20:43


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Flies should be out in the next few days. This is my first swap. How to we send them?

Thanks Marc

Posted on: 2012/9/24 11:55


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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marcq wrote:
Flies should be out in the next few days. This is my first swap. How to we send them?

Thanks Marc


Sounds good marc.

This is my first time hosting, and FFNJ explains it pretty well, so I'll steal his words...

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Flies will be returned in the containers they were mailed in, if possible. Please write your name on your container- If you don’t I will. Keep in mind that the other flies may be larger than yours, so make your container large enough to handle that possibility. Please include a stamped return envelope. Whatever it costs to mail to me, it will cost me at least that to return, so match the postage. To the guys that are doing this for the first time- do not send them in an expensive fly box. I have had flies get lost in the mail in the past. The best type of container is an Altoid tin or something similar. Fly boxes tend to be a little too bulky and usually cost more to ship.


The altoid boxes work great for small flies, but something a little bigger would probably suit these better. One of those cheap art and crafts plastic containers has done well for bigger flies in past swaps.

Posted on: 2012/9/24 12:32


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Thanks im probably gonna get them done tonight after class.

Posted on: 2012/9/24 13:05


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Need to audible my second pattern. Hollow fleyes are done. I will be tying an olive over white clouser minnow. Boring and not exciting, but has caught fish for me.

Posted on: 2012/9/25 21:25


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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My Bmgs are done now I have to start on my rain baits

Posted on: 2012/9/25 23:21
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Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Flies will be in the mail tomorrow or Friday.

Posted on: 2012/9/26 8:48


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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GRP wrote:
I will be tying an olive over white clouser minnow. Boring and not exciting, but has caught fish for me.


Can't go wrong with that one!

Looking forward to seeing all of these! We're gonna wind up with a nice variety; and judging by the few I've received, you guys will not be disappointed!

Posted on: 2012/9/26 9:37


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Just put my flies in the mail!

Sent from Bryn Mawr so shouldn't take long to get there...

Posted on: 2012/9/28 12:40


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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shouldn't take long to get there...


You weren't kidding! Just got em...these look awesome!

Posted on: 2012/9/29 14:37


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Update: 3 down, 3 to go!

1. jay348 - silicone mullet (yellow/wht), mushmouth (tan/wht)
2. marcq - peanut bunker and adult sand eel
3. GRP - mushmouth (chart/wht) and hollow fleye
4. Fred - Gartside BMG and bay anchovy
5. PhilC - surf candy and shrimp - RECEIVED
6. ebroesicke - crease fly and an eel punt - RECEIVED
7. wetflyguy - sand eel and clouser - RECEIVED

As for my own flies, the silicones are done and I've got a couple more chovies to wrap up.

Posted on: 2012/9/29 14:44


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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Done. When I'm sending them just putting them in a big envelop is cool.

Posted on: 2012/9/29 15:59


Re: Saltwater Fly Swap

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marcq wrote:
Done. When I'm sending them just putting them in a big envelop is cool.


Yep an envelope should work fine, as long as you include a spare or something so I can send them back.

Posted on: 2012/9/29 18:08



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