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    Default To those of you new (and old) to fly tying.

    I thought this might be a good place to put this thread, especially since it has everything to do with fly tying.

    I am in the process of putting to video, the entire 20 part Introduction to Fly Tying series that Al Campbell wrote for FAOL.

    The first installment is already up, under the "Part 1" of Al's series.

    I will be getting them to Ron Tidd as quickly as I can produce them, and he will be adding them to each part of Al's series as quickly as he can.

    We hope that this will add to the beginning fly tying experience for all who wish to start down this wonderful adventurous road, and perhaps even show a few seasoned tyers a few new tricks.

    Check back often to see new installments, and if you hear of anyone who is interested in learning to tie flies, please be sure to recommend that seiries to them. It's already benefitted hundreds of members and non-members alike.

    Thanks everyone,

    Thunderthumbs
    (Hugo)

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    WOW, I saw Ron's post on this, Thanks for taking the time to add to an already great tutorial. Some people learn better from seeing, and there are a few out there who don't read. It will bring this great series to them.

    Eric
    "Complexity is easy; Simplicity is difficult."
    Georgy Shragin
    Designer of ppsh41 sub machine gun

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    Thumbs up Kudos

    for undertaking this project, Hugo. And thanks in advance on behalf of all the folks who will benefit from it.

    John

    Here's a link to Part 1.

    http://www.flyanglersonline.com/flyt...ners/part1.php
    The fish are always right.

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    Sounds like a winner.

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    I think Al would be very proud. I for one learned alot
    reading and studing Al's series on tying and still go back
    and read them. I can still pick up detail's I missed the
    last time around. Now with the video's it will be fun to
    go through them again. Thank's Hugo and thank's
    to Al Campbell.

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    Very nice job with the first of the series. Congratulations and thank you for all who will benefit both from Al's material and your presentation, he would have been very happy to see this transition.
    George

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    Nicely done!!! Thank you for making this happen!

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    Bravo! That is simply just a wonderful project. Much appreciated by many now and many more into the future.

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    Hugo;
    I was given (for B-day) tying lessons at a really good Fly Shop. I believe i have grown with Al s tutorials (I know I have), now that you are putting them in video is just amazing. I can't imagine the work that must be for you. You are A GREAT PERSON.

    Thank You Hugo

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