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  1. Fly Tying Topics
    Found a couple of capes I hadn't used in a while, it felt damp to touch. On inspection seen small white looking eggs. Fortunately the capes were completely separate from my other material. Anyway I've double bagged and stuck them in the freezer, is 2 days long enough? And on defrosting...
  2. North American Fly Patterns
    I've always loved hot glue eggs.....used to make the single and cluster eggs by the 100's. This pattern takes the old hot glue egg and uses them as the body of the fly.....we will see what the fish think:)
  3. General Board
    I attended a talk recently, in which it was mentioned that a breakthrough has been made in understanding the reason for the reduction in invertebrates / upwinged flys (Blue Olives) in many rivers. Apparently it is the combination of silt and phosphates that causes the eggs to become unstuck...
  4. General Board
    The title represents my thought process as I begin to write today, unlike Vice President Albert Gore's film titled An Inconvenient Truth I won't go so far to say this is a truth, more it is my studied observations and deductions made over the past ten years regarding salmon in Alaska. While...
  5. Off Topic Lounge
    If anyone hasn't seen it I highly recommend Attenborough Wonder of Eggs on iPlayer. Never realised eggs were so brilliant.
  6. Off Topic Lounge
    Woman calls 999 over broken eggs in fridge - BBC News
  7. Rookies Corner
    I was walking along my local river the almond at mid Calder I couldn't help noticing the coating of light coloured silt, the water has been high and unusually light coloured for the last ten days at least, now that it,s clearing I could see the big boulders in the deeper water due to the light...
  8. News & Features
    New findings by University of Otago researchers show that female salmon may influence the 'sperm-race' results from competing males and that there is a strong genetic basis to that female choice. View article...
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