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03-19-2002 09:29 PM
Joe Cordeiro Juro,

I'll make one for you !! Actually keep Bob's I'll most likley see him before I see you. I be at CCA meeting somewhere.

Have fun at eh Plymouth show ! I have a family committment !

TIE ONE ON !
03-18-2002 02:06 PM
Bob Pink exactamundo!
03-17-2002 05:41 AM
juro What fly? Never saw no fly. That one in my box... oh that's somethin' I found on my pillow, yeah that's it. Who's Bob?

JK - I'll be untangling my post-show mess today to bring the booth down to Plymouth in preparation for the MSBA show next weekend. I'll locate it and put it aside for the next time we hook up.

The deck of Double Happiness would be a worthy location for such an exchange, no?
03-16-2002 05:55 PM
Bob Pink Hi there Joe,

Nope, I haven't seen anyone other than my contractors and the guy who unloads the dumpster for the past two weeks (major house remodel) but my role is hopefully fast approaching it's end as it looks like it might be an early start to the season this year.

I'm sure it's a 'killer' pattern!

Bob
03-14-2002 09:56 PM
Joe Cordeiro Hey Bob Pink,

Did you get the fly I left you at the booth? Giro has it it's a gem!
Tie on on !
03-05-2002 07:31 PM
grego O.K. I was feeling left out on this one ... But I can't wait to do some "Cricket Stompin"

I deleted the Link to this picture, cause my web site is down & it seems to be slowing the load of this page.
03-04-2002 02:40 PM
RayStachelek Left,

"au natural", that been the theme lately. Field of streams... if you tie it, they will come.

Ron,.... I know what you mean. Been using 'em too. Not in the currents as much, but around the point in the boulder fields. Especially on a dropping tide. Just keep it to yourself and hang on to your rod.
03-04-2002 12:39 PM
rel1 Looks like you'll be throwing that at Colt Park come spring, Ray. I've had good luck with one similar to that there for the past 2 yrs. Ron
03-04-2002 09:43 AM
Lefty Wait a minute Ray, where's the Angel Hair? All I see on that Flatwing is bucktail and hackle. You're slippin.

Lefty
03-03-2002 05:58 PM
Bob Pink Nice photo effect having ti floating like that mon capitan...

durn good looking fly there too
03-03-2002 03:26 PM
RayStachelek Hey Bob-

My first attempt to mimic your black flatwing. I call it "Black Death". This is my cremation..... hot off the vise. Just born! Can't even see yet without eyes. :hehe:

I think I got the hook down pat?
02-26-2002 07:06 PM
Bob Pink Greetings Mr. Cordeiro. Ready to turn out that second batch of 750 flatwings? Great to have you visiting the board. It's hard to believe that anyone here might not know of you but just in case Joe Cordeiro has been not only a skilled tyer but a great teacher. Among other skills, he's a wiz with the Abrames style flatwings. I can still clearly remember sitting 'literally' at his right hand in Newport two years ago watching him turn out a Razzle Dazzle and having the patience to answer question after question from the crowd.
Nuff said, great to hear from you.

Now, I tied this fly as an imrpovement to a bucktail streamer I used on the vineyard two years ago. I never even found out what the bait was that it was imitating but it was a killer pattern. It was also a natural to enhance as a flatwing. I also wanted to try some of the UV crystal flash in an all black pattern. This ones about 4-5" long, I also tied some using the RLS hackles that are about 8 - 9" long but not as the eel punt style. I used the small 3D eye epoxy head.
I didn't even tie the eel punt until late last season so I haven't given it a fair test.
I've also got to confess at not being a purist in that I rarely fish a floating line, partly because I do most of my fishing from a boat and mostly during the day. My first instinct is to think deep ( not deeply think as many will attest! ).
If you'll be at Wilmington I'll bring some samples of some sandeel flatwings that were very effective offshore in Chatham this past summer.
02-26-2002 01:08 PM
striblue Jeff... thanks for the present at my office... elk hair? When will you be in Boston.. or Charletown?
02-26-2002 11:09 AM
Roop
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Originally posted by Lefty
You can fish at night? Wow.

Lefty
Sure Terry - there's all kinds of places OTHER THAN PI where you don't have to worry about your personal safety when fishing at night!!
02-26-2002 09:51 AM
juro Joe -

Great to hear from you! Look forward to your great advice on fly tying, hope to hook up with you at the Rhody spring clave this year. Starting to feel like an early spring!
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