North Country Flies

Wets, the subtle art form where masters are few and far between.
Jerry G
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Re: North Country Flies

Post by Jerry G » Fri Jan 20, 2017 10:44 pm

Thanks Alan, that's just what I was afraid of. To bad, as for the price the starling I think is an exceptional bargain. I should also explain in my previous post I must have still had the pics from your blog etched in my brain, thus the comments about the stream. Getting old is so much fun. ;)

Regards, Jerry

Brk Trt
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Re: North Country Flies

Post by Brk Trt » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:09 am

Jerry G wrote:Thanks Alan, that's just what I was afraid of. To bad, as for the price the starling I think is an exceptional bargain. I should also explain in my previous post I must have still had the pics from your blog etched in my brain, thus the comments about the stream. Getting old is so much fun. ;)

Regards, Jerry
Jerry getting old is the best thing I've ever done.
Starling is a true "cheapie", very lifelike in the water. I had a great day fishing those simple patterns.

Alan

bearbutt
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Re: North Country Flies

Post by bearbutt » Sat Jan 21, 2017 8:43 pm

These are beautiful spiders! Wonderfully sparse and nicely proportioned too. What are you using for thread?

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Brk Trt
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Re: North Country Flies

Post by Brk Trt » Sun Jan 22, 2017 7:45 am

bearbutt wrote:These are beautiful spiders! Wonderfully sparse and nicely proportioned too. What are you using for thread?

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Thanks BB. I use Danville waxed 6/0 most times. Also Pearsalls.

Alan

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