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    Quote Originally Posted by wormo View Post
    crackers , what's the tail material on the top one , tip dyed fox?
    as for the silicone I've stopped using it and now only use the propeller swing tubes , 100% positive the hooking rate has improved
    Fly Tying Tubes, Brass, Aluminium, Plastic, Eumer Conehead Tube
    I use those too Craig but not all the time. More for wee flies/Sunraysetc in the summer.

    The tail is yellow fox that I run a red perm marker through at the ends. It does eventually fade a bit but lasts quite well. Tbh, by the time it fades I'm probably stripping the tune or have lost it lol.
    ..........so many flies, so little time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lamson v10 View Post
    Oh my aren't we being spoiled two set a fly's in the one week I'd quite happily fish them both 🎣 braw fly's andy

    All wee need now is to see a fly from old ernie
    Thanks Arnold, nowhere near your standard but am happy to fish them.
    ..........so many flies, so little time!

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    Nice fly tying but I'm left a bit disappointed,

    All these replies, all the 'Likes' but not a single sheep joke? I fear the group is losing their edge.

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