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Old 05-15-2002, 09:41 AM
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Scottish Fly Fishing Superstition?

On the Today Show (where I get all my quality news and gossip ), Matt Lauer was in Scottland and Katie said that one of their researchers heard that Scott's had their wives "sit on their flies" before using them?

I've never heard this before - anyone know the background to this, or if it's even true?
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