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08-26-2007 12:02 AM
fishingal
Re: realistic flies

These are right up there with fully dressed salmon flies. I have seen some flies, tied as art, on large gauge saltwater hooks (don't know the ought size, but in excess of 4") Guess they're good *teaching* flies for students to see what goes on in there.

These flies are treasures. I'd end up shadowboxing them and hanging them up in my house.

Or having them encased in a locket and made into jewelry...

But, that's just me...
08-07-2007 02:46 PM
ff_sherpa
Re: realistic flies

I am all for going into a hole for a fly or climbing a tree for that matter.
07-26-2007 03:56 PM
tmuskyhunter
Re: realistic flies

I wish I could tie flies like that!
Those are awesome!
07-23-2007 08:32 AM
fishnphil
Re: realistic flies

I've been known to climb or pull trees down for flies. heheh.
07-19-2007 10:18 AM
edwardslocal
Re: realistic flies

Quote:
Originally Posted by fishforlife
After spending a 100 hours on a fly, I would have a nervous breakdown if I hung the fly up on the bottom or 15 feet up a pine tree.
OMG, thats funny. Either snagged on bottom or in a tree, id be going after that fly.
07-19-2007 09:44 AM
fishforlife
Re: realistic flies

After spending a 100 hours on a fly, I would have a nervous breakdown if I hung the fly up on the bottom or 15 feet up a pine tree.
07-18-2007 07:32 PM
driftinbugz
Re: realistic flies

I'm not quite sure waht all the fuss is about those are just your run of the mill patterns. If you are freakishly talented and have to much time on your hands. Un freakin real1
07-17-2007 04:37 PM
edwardslocal
Re: realistic flies

100 hrs for one fly. Holy Sh**. I almost fell out of my chair. Thanks for the info Kimo, that makes sense that there is an alternative to the real thing. Still jaw dropping amazing.
07-17-2007 04:27 PM
lambdebois
Re: realistic flies

Those are some of the best I have seen IMO but It's hard enough for me to spent $15 on a lucky craft. As other have said $35 would be awfully hard for me to swallow for a fly.

07-17-2007 03:13 PM
edwardslocal
Re: realistic flies

Thats a really good point. You could only use them on "special waters" with big fish. Peolple like to complain about gas prices, what would they say about this.

I still want some.
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