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- Sat Aug 08, 2009 9:01 am
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: Catskill Fly Tyers Guild Picnic
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Folks-- There's been a snafu getting out the hard copy of the August Gazette . If you know someone who gets the snail-mail version, please pass along the following information. Thanks. The Annual Catskill Fly Tyers Guild Picnic will be held on Saturday, August 15, from noon to 4:00 P.M. at the Elsie...
>>just didn't want anyone to think I was requesting these emails be put in print<< Bob-- You're exactly right. I just started having second thoughts about going public with them. As I said, it's one thing to share concerns among friends, but its another to make use of them the way I was doing. While...
Folks-- I've had another update from Bob Mead, but it says about the same thing that Mike posted above. I'm backing off from publishing more of these updates in the Gazette , because the whole thing seems to be getting a little ghoulish. I don't mean here, talking among ourselves and sharing concern...
Uh, Eric? There's a great place to publish that--it's called the Gallete or the Gizzard or something.ewpeper wrote: Sometime I'll write down my recollections of a dinner at the Antrim with Al McClane -- talk about someone who knew fly fishing, trout fishing and the Catskill history! WOW!
Eric--ewpeper wrote:my mix, which comprised a blend of cream, light olive, yellow, medium olive and a touch of orange
OT, but wow--a correct use of "comprise"! Hardly anybody ever gets that right. I love ya, man.
Sorry, folks--editor geekery.
I generated all kinds of hard values. I ran another powerful statistical test called the Tukey's Honestly significant difference test (HSD) which could reveal exactly which tiers were more different and which tiers were more the same. (The ANOVA can't tell you this--only that there is a difference ...
- Mon Apr 27, 2009 1:36 pm
- Forum: The Bar Stool
- Topic: Our Hero Wins Bicentennial Fly Contest
- Replies: 2
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Joe-- Here you go. Ther contest rules: "Flies must be wet flies (quill wing, soft hackle, no-wing style, etc.) tied on hooks no larger than a size 8 traditional wet-fly hook. Flies must include three of the following colors: royal blue, maroon/claret, white, and gray. (These are the colors of the lo...