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PostIcon Posted on: May 26 2012,15:40  Skip to the next post in this topic. Ignore posts   QUOTE

Cold and grey out so working up to a feed out with the SO and Dore and his SO tonight.  Coffee and flytying.  Black Seeds on the stereo.  :cool:   Filling up my boxes rather than someone elses for a change.  Mainly smaller nymphs this morning, around 5 dozen with a couple of large things thrown in.  






This arvo it's  coupla - three doz larger nymphs and a coupla doz of a SW fly I've found.

Shit weather tomorrow so it'll be dry flies.  Maybe a bit of fun with foam.  Just depends on how pissed Dore gets me tonight.   :D


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Nice Johnno, question, second photo, second up and in from the bottom right... is that a rainbow bead? and what you using for the wing case too??

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Yup tis a rainbow bead mike and the wing case on those flashbacks ( great late winter - early spring fly up here) is opal Mylar .

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