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 Post subject: Re: Duck Plucking
PostPosted: Thu Jan 28, 2010 11:24 pm 
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Brown Trout
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Benflyfishn...if you would have tied some of my cdc on a fly for that avatar indian fish you might have had better luck in catching a decent fish, not that undersize dink. Better change your avatar back to that so-so dink soho brownie. Hurry!

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 Post subject: Re: Duck Plucking
PostPosted: Fri Jan 29, 2010 7:54 am 
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gqualls wrote:
Oink, Oink; that pig's sweeter than carnation milk. Very nice avatar!


G, I would not have been able to land it with out your help, for sure! I wish we could have gotten a pic of some of the toads you hooked up with. :o My netting skills are not used to big toads like those, plus may need to get a bigger net before heading back up that way, my net is only good for 20" fish and under :lol: ....... When are we heading back?

bbbb, if changing my avatar back to the soho brownie will give me luck with the toads, than I may have to change it back. :shock: You need to come with us next trip up there. I want to see you hooked up with a indian toad. :P

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 Post subject: Re: Duck Plucking
PostPosted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 12:11 pm 
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Headgear,

Aaron said it good.

I really like Gadwall feathers for tailing on nymphs. ... gives the tail a segmented 2-tone look. I use Gadwall on a Johnny's Green.

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 Post subject: Re: Duck Plucking
PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:08 pm 
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Stone-Man wrote:
Headgear,

Aaron said it good.

I really like Gadwall feathers for tailing on nymphs. ... gives the tail a segmented 2-tone look. I use Gadwall on a Johnny's Green.

JT

JT

I am the happy recepient of Gadwell feathers from Aaron (THANKS Aaron) that he shared at L&T.
Your name was taken in vain more than once over the weekend, as you might imagine considering who was in the room at L&T. Jule actually tied a Johnny's Green for me on FR.
PlumBob also invoked your name when he pullled out his super secret bags of cat hair dubbing...

So, even though you were not at L&T in person, you were there in spirit. But you really should have been there to fend for yourself when the guys were saying what they said was truth about you. Was it truth or was it a lie?
Inquiring minds want to know.

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