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  1. #21
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    Lovely Flee's Arnold.
    Bill Cook

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    You always make really sharp flies and these are beauties and I have a question. Why do you call them Junction Fly?

    I'd say that 95% of my fish caught in Alaska are caught using flies I discovered through these threads. Just this past Monday I and a friend caught some wonderful rainbow trout using the Dee Monkey pattern.

    I love looking at these and I even try to copy them so I can try them here. Thanks for taking time to tie - photo and post these

    Ard

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    Quote Originally Posted by allysshrimp View Post
    Lovely Flee's Arnold.
    Thank's very much bill

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    Cracking looking flies!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
    You always make really sharp flies and these are beauties and I have a question. Why do you call them Junction Fly?

    I'd say that 95% of my fish caught in Alaska are caught using flies I discovered through these threads. Just this past Monday I and a friend caught some wonderful rainbow trout using the Dee Monkey pattern.

    I love looking at these and I even try to copy them so I can try them here. Thanks for taking time to tie - photo and post these

    Ard
    Thank's for your kind words Ard very much appreciated :thumb
    The fly was named after the famous pool on the river tweed the junction pool

    LOOKING DOWN THE POOL
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    LOOKING UPWARDS
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    The fly tying section on the forum is fantastic, I certainly take a lot of inspiration from it and it's many great contributers

    Arnold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kype King View Post
    Cracking looking flies!!
    Thank's very much Kype King
    Last edited by Lamson v10; 23-10-2019 at 05:21 PM.

  7. #27
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    I love this stuff Lamson,

    Ever since I came aboard here I've prowled the Northern European forum and my fly boxes are a reflection of the contents of the threads there.

    Today (Wednesday the 23rd) I did very well using the Wilkinson Sunray tube

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