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Thread: Fall pattern fly swap ? ?

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    Default Fall pattern fly swap ? ?

    would anyone be interested in a fall pattern GSMNP fly swap ? ?


    even if not, what are your favorite fall patterns and colors...say late sept thru nov.......

    buckeyetrouter
    Heaven seems a little closer .........on a Smoky Mountain stream.......
    Jeremiah 29:13

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    Smile swap

    i would but i'm new to tying and you will have to suggest something simple for me to tie.
    All first-class fishermen on the Sea of Galilee were fly-fishermen and John the favorite was a dry-fly fisherman. Norman Maclean

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    not a problem....lets wait and see if we get enough interest to get one going.....how bout it guys and gals.....any other interest ? ?

    buckeyetrouter
    Heaven seems a little closer .........on a Smoky Mountain stream.......
    Jeremiah 29:13

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    I won't be able to participate this time. Maybe this winter when I'm getting my fly boxes ready for the next spring.

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    orange palmers, and orange stimis are usually hot flies. last year, however, I didn't do so well with the orange flies.

    I haven't fished the park in a long long time. I'm really looking forward to some crisp fall days on the stream. abrams creek in the fall ..... priceless.
    Trevor

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    greenie weenie and yellow weenie easiest fly to tie and everything takes it browns, brooks, and the bows
    not weighted just a little split shot
    "If fishing is like religion, then fly fishing is high church."- Tom Brokaw

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    Up here orange is a really hot fall color. Wouldn't leave the house without an orange colored fly of some sort. The Tigers I caught earlier were on a orange DDH Leech. Lots of browns and rainbows as well.

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