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    okay, i'm back (got sick and tired of being deleted on the the 'fly tying forum')

    heres a few cossebooms i've been tying (others to come)

    cosseboom





    black cosseboom





    fluorescent green cosseboom





    gold cosseboom





    yellow cosseboom



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    As usual, those are beautiful ties. Thanks for posting them.

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    I need some forum help, when ScottP posts his flies I'm able to see all the photos. For some other posters. like Nick, I see the text but no photos. What gives?

    Alberto

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    Very nicely done! I love how even you keep the spacing on the tinsle counterwraps. Beautiful work!


    Jim Smith

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    Very nice Norm ! May I ask what vice do you prefer ? I'm looking again lol

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    Glad to see you posting on the forum again. While I seldom post comments regarding flies folks tie, I always appreciate it when you and the other excellent tiers we have on the forum do so. Thanks for your willingness to share your work!
    Joe Bertolini

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    Welcome back Norm! Been missing your flies

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    while i have a hmh trv and a renzetti traveller, its hard to break away from tying on the traveller after using one since 1989

    the hmh trv is a little harder to secure the hook in due to the smallish jaw tightening knob vs a simple lever

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    Thanks Norm; I've been looking at Renzettis and Peak and I do like the Traveller, but never used one.

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