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I got my flies from the Caddis Swap in the mail today. They ALL look fantastic!
Thanks Drifter, Thanks Swappers http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/smile.gif
The wife says mine came today too, can't wait to get home. Thanks to all http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/smile.gif
Yep! Mine were waiting in my mailbox when I got. They were all great. Kerry, that is a really small fly!! My eyes and hands are too old and/or stiff to tie something like that. http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/wink.gif
The rest were most amazing and well tied as well. Can't wait to see the receipes.
Thanks for everything Steve!
The Ole Man
04-16-99, 11:28 PM
The postal police decided to do an in-depth study of mine. Seems some of the contents are so deadly to trout that Fish & Wildlife Service may confiscate them. "I told ya'll not to tie that pattern" http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/smile.gif Maybe tomorrow.
Great Job! Again!
Good looking bunch of flies. Lovely. Aren't they lovely? Kerry, you amaze me. You'd think someone who ties such dainty, small flies would wear a lot of pink, but I don't ever recall you wearing pink. I need some lessons from you dude.
The Ole Man
04-17-99, 10:52 PM
He He Heeee
Didn't know how lethal that package was til I opened it. Thanks Drifter. The fly's are soooo good. Lot of talent around this place. It's just like "COOL".
04-17-99, 11:17 PM
Before he received his flies, Ole man typed:
"The postal police decided to do an in-depth study of mine. "
You had me worried for a minute. I thought maybe your parcel had been pilfered by U.S. Customs or a nosey Postal Inspector. ;)
04-20-99, 11:30 AM
I got mine when I got back from my trip. I love all those little critters. The question now is do I save them and replicate them, or try them out first and risk losing/destroying (in the mouths of numerous huge trout [dream sequence now ending])them.
Thanks again to Drifter.
04-21-99, 07:18 AM
What an impressive collection. Thanks to everyone. Special thanks to Drifter!!
I took the flies from the Caddis Swap out for a test drive yesterday. FlygURL your Pheasant Caddis was the magic one. For the first couple of hours I caught nothing, then I tied on your fly and C&R'd 4 nice wild Bows and a Brown. After that I hooked a large Rhodeddendron(sp?) and it got away with my fly:< . I got a couple on yours too BT.
04-22-99, 07:12 PM
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You have made my day!
and Kb's not just trying toimpress you, FlyGurl. I was there to see the fool catch a few of them. Really pretty, fat trouties. The brown was prob. 10" , although I only saw it from a distance. You should have seen KB searching that limb for that fly......" I know it hit this one....or was it this one?..."
Thanks man, I think? http://www.georgia-outdoors.com/ubbngto/smile.gif
Try it on that small caddis hatch you're always seen' on the Hootch. I'm not a Hootch fisherman myself but from what I hear all you guys talkin about it might be a pretty good match.
Pink is for Hendrikson
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