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Old 07-05-2002, 07:02 AM
Pintsize Pintsize is offline
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Hi all

I have started a new fly tying website in the UK which holds numerous patterns of flies used here in the UK, I have had a few requests from fly tyers in Canada and the US for pattern details of flies they use over there. If anyone can advise me of some successful patterns that are tried and tested and also what time of year to fish them, it would be appreciated.

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Thanks in advance
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