Re: Help with Flies


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Posted by Big Al on April 26, 1997 at 21:02:43:

In Reply to: Re: Help with Flies posted by Max Holstien on March 17, 1997 at 18:51:44:


: :
: : : I am a beginning fly fisherman and would like to know
: : : where I can purchase good quality inexpensive flies?
: : : Also does anyone know about the quality of Cabela's
: : : flies?

: : BASS PRO SHOP AND CABELA'S HAVE GOOD QUALITY FLIES. I RECENTLY PURCHASED SEVERAL DOZEN FLIES FROM
: : ALLEN KELLY (ADDRESS FOUND ON THIS BULLETIN BOARD). I WAS SATISFIED WITH THE QUALITY AND THEY WERE LESS THAN
: : $1.00 EACH.
: : IF YOU NEED ANY HELP, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO E-MAIL OR CALL.

:
: While there are several good mail order suppliers (check Flytier Mag.) I might suggest that the very best way is to tie your own. I have been fly fishing for a number of years & a big part of the whole satisfaction to the sport for me has been tying my own flies. Cheap it isn't, although you don't have to buy the very best Orvis has to offer. Fly tying makes the sport year round. It is not difficult to reproduce the classic flies & it is a big thrill to invent your own pattern and then entice a trout to try it. I live in Roswell & several years ago about 8-10 guys would get together, in the winter, about once a month at Call of The Wild for a Saturday morning of tying. Just one more way to enjoy the sport!




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