From Halford's early dries to the Catskill dry and everything else that floats on the surface.
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Light Cahill tied with double-slip quill mallard wings. Not because its practical or anything, but just because I like the look
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I can easily see why you like this pattern -- it is very attractive, not to mention superbly tied.
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Beautiful fly, no doubt.
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Nice tying David
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tie2fish wrote:I can easily see why you like this pattern -- it is very attractive, not to mention superbly tied.
I'll second this motion...
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Dang, More to learn. Outstanding
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Sooo nice, Davis
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Nice photo shop.
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Beautiful fly, as usual. thanks' for sharing.
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