Tedd Ward

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BruceC
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Re: Tedd Ward

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While going through some boxes this weekend, I came across this box of Tedd Ward flies. I picked it up at the museum flea market a number of years ago. It came with a note indicating that all flies were tied by Tedd Ward with a reference to see Syl Nemes' books to learn more. So better late than never here are some photos of Tedd Ward flies.
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shakey
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Re: Tedd Ward

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very interesting to see pass lakes mixed in there.

Variant
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Re: Tedd Ward

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BruceC wrote:
Mon Apr 13, 2020 2:14 pm
While going through some boxes this weekend, I came across this box of Tedd Ward flies. I picked it up at the museum flea market a number of years ago. It came with a note indicating that all flies were tied by Tedd Ward with a reference to see Syl Nemes' books to learn more. So better late than never here are some photos of Tedd Ward flies.
Hi Bruce,
Thanks for the photos. If you look in SOFT-HACKLED FLY IMITATIONS by NEMES he give credit to and shows some of Wards soft hackle patterns . I met him (Ward)on the Delaware River years ago and we traded a few patterns , really nice guy. One of the guys on the forum knew Ward and said he was originally from Michigan I believe .
Thanks , Lou

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