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  1. A wee yin for the salmos

    Quote Originally Posted by richfish1 View Post
    Really nicely tied [emoji108][emoji106]

    Respect to all Fly Fishers....
    Thank's rich
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  2. The continuing adventures of the Fluff Club, Episode 41

    (In which the names of the Fluff Boys are pseudonyms in hopes of the widest appeal for the readers; everything else is factual)

    "Just remember, when you're over the hill, you begin to pick up speed." -Charles M. Schultz

    Moorhen nowadays shuts at the weekend, unless by prior arrangement, thus the gates were open for the Fluff Club members, as indeed they were in episodes 2, 15, 18, and 30. Considering we're in mid-January, we had enjoyed a mild week but there ...
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  3. The continuing adventures of the Fluff Club, Episode 40

    (In which the names of the Fluff Boys are pseudonyms but everything else factual, in hope of the widest appeal to readers)

    Flippin' 40! Didn't think about numbers of episodes when I began the blog. I just wish I had 40 comments or snippets of feed-back, it would be good to know what y'all think, what you enjoy, or don't. Any response is a positive thing. Unseasonably mild and nary a breeze, good cloud cover but some sunshine expected to break through later, all in all, a cracking ...
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  4. The continuing adventures of the Fluff Club, Episode 39

    (In which the participants are pseudonyms but all else factual, in an attempt to appeal to a wider audience)

    Earwig o again. Apologies for the hiatus, I didn't make the last Fluff Club outing (to the lovely Duncton Mill fishery, episodes 12 & 31), due to circumstances conspiring against me. You know, there really should be a Government Warning when you think about having children, otherwise we continue to be ignorant of and oblivious to, the real peril to come, arising in the ...
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  5. Spice: a safer option to picric or dye.

    I'll not get curried away with this as I believe the range of colours available to me are limited. But, the couple of results I've achieved so far have been better than good.

    The deepest yellow obtainable outside of a very strong dye bath and a brown olive to compliment the former are two most acceptable colours for any traditionalist and both by way of a combination of spices.
    The process is a tad fussy, at least the way I've gone about it anyway, though I hope there's another ...
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