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Old 02-21-2010, 05:11 PM
tjw37909 tjw37909 is offline
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Thanks. I am using the same bunch of bucktail for everything. It is a little tougher than pheasant tail when you try to split the legs to each side after tying down the wingcase but not too bad.
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Old 02-23-2010, 12:29 AM
txbrown txbrown is offline
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TJW, thanks for the post. They look as good as I imagined. I love getting different tying ideas from people. We have started having a tying gathering at my house every week or so with good chili, conversation and trading flies and tricks. Makes the winter go by a little quicker since the tailwaters are blown out. Several guys have contributed about 240 of their special Caney Fork flies to split between 2 boxes for the Music City Fly Girls to raffle off for Casting For Recovery next weekend at the Factory in Franklin.
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