A Catskill touch

From Halford's early dries to the Catskill dry and everything else that floats on the surface.
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Niklas Dahlin
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A Catskill touch

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Evening gents..
Havnt been posting that much lately, feels ike we posted most of the flies by now :D just kidding..

Tied this for a friend this weekend, he will fish a really nice water her in Sweden known for it´s great Siphlorus hatches. Tried to match the colours with a Catskill touch offcourse..

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Re: A Catskill touch

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Nice Nik, glad to see your still kickin ;)

How's the fishing over there? CJ
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Re: A Catskill touch

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I don't know, Nik, I'm not sure that one's going to cut it... Looks a little shakey to me...
Seriously, very nice. You have a real knack for combing the old and the new perfectly.
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