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    Default Fly Tying Hooks

    Byron,

    I'm glad you got the hooks online...I know you put a ton of work into getting that up and going. It looks great and it will make ordering hooks a lot easier since you have such a great selection... Can't wait to see what your next project is... Keep up the great work!
    "Then He said to them, 'Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.'" Matthew 4:19

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    Just ordered some hooks and they came right away. Thanks. Monk

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    Default possibly beads next?

    It seems that other than hooks, it is beads that I must re-stock the most. I nymph fish a lot, and always with a bead. therefore the number of hooks I use equals the number of beads I need. Although this is not quite true. I lose a lot of beads, especially the ones for size 18-22 flies, before they even get onto the hook!! Which reminds me... It's time to buy beads again..

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    Hi David,

    I hope school is going well for you. It's not the same around here without you. Thanks for the Hook Store comments. If this works and I think it will, we will add a larger selection of hooks.

    Monk,

    Thank you for the order. We appreciate your business and friendship.

    2weight,

    Beads will probably be next. The problem is, when I take a picture of a bead my camera and head show up in the reflection. Look at our bead head flies and you will see what I mean. I might start wearing one of those masks that come out around the end of October. I may get a McCain and Obama mask and switch them out.

    Byron

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    I highly recommend the new mustad signature hooks that LRO is carrying. I've been using the dry fly hooks and love them. they have one dry fly hook that is a 2x fine, light wire. makes a very nice dry.
    Trevor

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    Thumbs up Excellent Hook Catalog

    I am pretty excited about the online hook catalog. I am taking inventory right now and putting together an order. Thanks LRO for making this opportunity available, and I look forward to whatever you plan to add in the future.

    Travis

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