Palmered Lite Cahill

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FlySlinger
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Palmered Lite Cahill

Post by FlySlinger »

Hi my name is Frank W Zervos (FlySlinger) I have been Lurking in you room for a long time and I like it here If I stay here I will Contribute

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Very nice Frank, and glad you took the initiative to post, thats a fine looking dry. CJ
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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Hi CatskillJohn this is FlySlinger or Frank what ever you want to call me...We have Met Before....There was a fellow that had a Website and I can't Remember his name or the website.....That I made a few Post on and you Posted me back and tried to coax me to post as many Photos of Dry Flys as I could....I think this was done in Tongue in Cheek....LOL....I don't know what ever happened to Him.....Oh Would a Humpy belong in this section......

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Put up as many photos as you like my friend, we love pictures over here :lol: CJ
"Gentlemen,remove your hats,this is it"
"This is where the trout was invented?"
"Oh he existed in a crude,primitive form in Waltons England"
"But this is where they painted spots on him and taught him to swim"

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Eperous
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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

Post by Eperous »

FlySlinger,

Welcome... nice tie... :)

And, do you mean one of these: viewtopic.php?f=2&t=583&hilit=+Humpy

A favorite autumn dry of mine.... ;)

About time we got a few more tiers to post a non-traditional classic Catskill dry fly, or two, that seduce Catskill trout... :o

Ed

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

Post by fly_fischa »

Heya Frank,

Good to see you posting here my friend. Your flies are exquisite as always :D
Frank was one of my main inspirations to have a go at tying my first Catskill Dry, I think I mentioned this forum to him when I discovered it.

Keep those doozies coming mate!

Karsten ;)

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Hi Karston, Yea I have been lurking here since you told me about it and I appreciated it....This is a fine Place for my Dry Fly"s to have a home...I think that these Fellows are a little Older here and they will appreciate Fly's like this a lot better. I was hoping to see you here Karston....


Talk to you later

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Welcome,
Very nice fly!
//Janne

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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

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Very nice, keep'em coming
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Re: Palmered Lite Cahill

Post by pamike »

is this fly a classic catskill pattern? i never saw it before. and terrific job on the tie!!!

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