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    Is this different than the pre-cut acrylic latch...

    Is this different than the pre-cut acrylic latch hook rug yarn ?

    https://www.herrschners.com/product/herrschners%26%23174-+pre-cut+latch+hook+rug+yarn.do
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    Well thanks folks World renown chef.......

    Well thanks folks
    World renown chef.... incredible fly tier..
    I have a bridge for sale in Brooklyn too, if anyone is interested.

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  3. Thread: Nasty PMs

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    Well I haven't gotten a PM here in 5 years so I...

    Well I haven't gotten a PM here in 5 years so I looked at mine
    Here's what it said minus the hot links
    Oh and BerniceJap says she's from Russia

    1.) Powerful AI: XEvil OCR can solve more than...
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    My first fly rod was a Japanese cane As I...

    My first fly rod was a Japanese cane
    As I remember, it cost less than $4, new
    However, I do have one that I actually use. It was my father's orginally
    It's only 8' 6", not a 9 footer like most of...
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    One surprisingly popular Maine wet fly is the...

    One surprisingly popular Maine wet fly is the Maple Syrup. When you look it up you'll see what I mean.
    Apparently it's the color that makes a difference. It certainly can't be it's "complex design"...
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    I seal my cork poppers with epoxy and then paint...

    I seal my cork poppers with epoxy and then paint with acrylic... or not ;)
    This one is made from a test tube stopper.

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  7. Thread: Lefty Kreh

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    Lefty is at home, but he is on oxygen and not up...

    Lefty is at home, but he is on oxygen and not up to his usual shenanigans
    This photo of Lefty and his grandson, Larry Jr, was posted on facebook Sunday 12/24 by his granddaughter Sam.
    ...
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    backing to line: Bimini twist to whipped loop...

    backing to line: Bimini twist to whipped loop
    line to leader: whipped loop to perfection loop
    hand knotted leaders: blood knots
    leader to tippet: perfection loop to surgeon’s loop
    tippet to fly:...
  9. I fish full sinking lines both in lakes and in...

    I fish full sinking lines both in lakes and in the salt.
    In still water you may want to count down to a depth and then keep your line at that same depth for as long as possible during your...
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    In the past few years I've spent a good amount of...

    In the past few years I've spent a good amount of time fishing the FFO brook trout ponds of Maine and 90% of all USA wild still water brook trout live in the state of Maine.
    Two flies that are...
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    Heddon, Shakespere, Garcia, Berkley, South Bend,...

    Heddon, Shakespere, Garcia, Berkley, South Bend, Daiwa, ...
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    2 Phillipsons, a Royal and a Royal Wand One...

    2 Phillipsons, a Royal and a Royal Wand
    One Orvis Golden Eagle
    The Lamiglas 4wt that my father built for me in '72
    One Conolon and two Gracia/Conlon
    One LLBean (H-I)
    5 Fenwicks
    2 Wright&McGills...
  13. Thread: hippies?

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    I have a pair of the old school Hodgman canvas...

    I have a pair of the old school Hodgman canvas hip boots
    As the old adage says: "they're a good way to measure how deep the water was when you got wet"
    I like them cuz you can just throw them on...
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    I still have most of the parts of a 2piece rod...

    I still have most of the parts of a 2piece rod that turned into a 5piece courtesy of the spokes of my bike
    That happened while salmon fishing in Nova Scotia

    Here in CT, I used to often use a...
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    I use the large wire nuts for my "cones" A...

    I use the large wire nuts for my "cones"
    A squirt of GOOP inside to deter rust and attached with stainless wood screws.
    I would recommend staying away from the mesh baskets as your line tends to...
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    On the double built rods there's 2 layers of...

    On the double built rods there's 2 layers of bamboo... in the butt section anyway
    On the interior, the sections are planed to a pie shape like normal. Then there's a second layer glued over that of...
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    I have a 7'6" SB#25 "Double built" made in 1939,...

    I have a 7'6" SB#25 "Double built" made in 1939, and it has that same tube,
    .... and I paid a lot more for mine than 20 bucks
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    I once walked right up to a big bull without...

    I once walked right up to a big bull without seeing him.
    At first I tried to slowly back away but when he started to come at me I turned and ran, screaming like a little girl
    Worked for me :shock:
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    Maine twig eater from this past June... about 2...

    Maine twig eater from this past June... about 2 weeks old

    http://i1315.photobucket.com/albums/t598/PDNott/canvas_zps9ajjgpzj.png
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    I live in eastern CT and there's 22 fishable...

    I live in eastern CT and there's 22 fishable lakes, ponds and impoundments just in my town alone.
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    I have in the neighborhood of 20 vintage glass...

    I have in the neighborhood of 20 vintage glass rods
    Contrary to popular opinion, they were not all the same quality or the same action.
    My first glass rod was a POS Conolon. I still have it but...
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    My local river is a caddis river About the time...

    My local river is a caddis river
    About the time that the river drops to a comfortable wading depth, the alder flies (actually zebra caddis, not true alderflies) are emerging.
    Green Drakes and BWOs...
  23. Thread: Lake Flies

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    We were the "new guys" at a camp last June where...

    We were the "new guys" at a camp last June where everyone was there to fish the dozen or so FFO trout ponds in the area.
    A couple of the more hard core fellows kept talking about the dragonfly...
  24. Thread: coiled sighters

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    Long tippet, 4 ft minimum

    Long tippet, 4 ft minimum
  25. Thread: coiled sighters

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    Yeah I tie a 2 piece sighter section, blood...

    Yeah
    I tie a 2 piece sighter section, blood knotted together with a loop on each end. Not long, 16-18 inches maybe
    When it's called for, that section gets looped between the leader and the tippet....
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