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First post, excellent site.

Borrowed Keith Fulsher's book from a friend, trying this out next week...going fishing
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Stendalen wrote:First post, excellent site.
Excellent Thunder Creek fly! Beauty man, those little guys work too.

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Thanks

Nik I know, he is to blame I tie Catskill flies :-)

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Re: Thunder Creek

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martin...the catskill style is popular over in sweden ...these patterns were developed for a distinct type of flowing river system. the rivwr that i hae seen in sweden are very much like the beaverkill, willow, neversink and the esopus...

the river tidan reminded me of these rivers and the ones in new jersey...

nice work , clean and balanced one note there are a few tail fibers on the cahill quill that look soft...find some stiffer fibers for the tail


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ted patlen wrote:martin...the catskill style is popular over in sweden ...these patterns were developed for a distinct type of flowing river system. the rivwr that i hae seen in sweden are very much like the beaverkill, willow, neversink and the esopus...

the river tidan reminded me of these rivers and the ones in new jersey...

nice work , clean and balanced one note there are a few tail fibers on the cahill quill that look soft...find some stiffer fibers for the tail


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Yes Tidan is a really nice water, hopefully I'll get the chance to visit US in the future. Nik have already corrected me on the tail. Damn good camera the new Nikon D7000 :D
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Looks like I'll have to go to Sweden---lots of new buddies there! Great flies
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mikevalla wrote:Looks like I'll have to go to Sweden---lots of new buddies there! Great flies
Guess you are Mike Valla ;-). If so, love your writing! And of course, you are welcome anytime :-).

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Fina flugor(Nice flies), Martin :) .
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viking wrote:Fina flugor(Nice flies), Martin :) .
//Janne
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