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Old 05-03-2003, 06:08 PM
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Seen on another Board; great info on Spey/Dee fly's.

http://www.elilabs.com/~rj/fishing/f...itle_page.html
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Fred I hate to tell you but Hal did this last month.
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Well, just goes to show you how much time

he has to waste. Took me an extra month to find the site.

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Fred.

Us GLs fly fishers are on top of these things, we have more time to surf the net, than fellows like you who live right on top of a blue ribbon steelhead river.



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P.S. Those flies are great to look at but I don't think I could tie one of those pretty things on my line knowing its life expectancy may be less than 10 casts in some of the snag infested rivers here.
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Hal, I couldn't agree more.

Our 'life expt.' is beyond that but just the casting/drifting would make short work of a thing of great beauty.
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