Scenes from Fly Fest 2010

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corlay
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Re: Scenes from Fly Fest 2010

Post by corlay »

you know...

As I recall, I didn't see Mike tie a single fly at this event,
and these pics all attest to that.

I mean, how do we *know*, for sure,
that he *really* tied all of those beautiful flies in his book? :P

mikevalla
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Re: Scenes from Fly Fest 2010

Post by mikevalla »

LOL

I had a small amt of tying stuff with me....did too much talking instead...as usual!

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Jim Slattery
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Re: Scenes from Fly Fest 2010

Post by Jim Slattery »

Thanks JB! that will be cool.

As for Mikey V.
I put him in the top 3 Catskill Tyers alive today that I've seen. Mary being Numero Uno Mike being in one of the other 2 spots the other well Hard to say There is a lot of talented tiers out there. Isn't funny that 2 of my top three were taught by Walt and Winnie Dette? See what happens when good students get good teachers!

JB Martin
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Re: Scenes from Fly Fest 2010

Post by JB Martin »

Alright, I added some names/(usernames) to the pics as best I could.

Take a look and enjoy!

JB
"It is not how abundant nor how considerable our catch be, but rather to the sport, and manner in which our quarry, the noble trout is angled."- JB Martin


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