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    Default Blushing and Near Perfect Buzzers

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    brilliant flies. i have to tie some,

    jim
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    Thanks Scotfly


    The black one looks perfect, although that stripped quill mullarkey beats me every time.

    Is there an easier way besides using an eraser to get rid of the fibres?
    Irish by birth, Munster by the grace of God.

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    Nice work Scotfly, will need some of the black ones soon!

    BTW - getting eyes sorted out today to finish flies for swop.
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    I can vouch for both flies, i've fished them for the past few years and they're both good. I prefer the Blushing Buzzer myself!

    Nice job Scotfly!

    Colin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider
    Thanks Scotfly


    The black one looks perfect, although that stripped quill mullarkey beats me every time.

    Is there an easier way besides using an eraser to get rid of the fibres?
    I normally bleach mine, about 30 seconds in neat bleach. (cheap bleach) Then rinse out in water.
    I've also tried hair removal cream (prefer shaving though ) and it works as well, but is messy.
    The important bit is to wrap them in a damp cloth/tissue or soak them in water before you wrap them, less brittle that way.
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    Nice flee's Scotfly

    They look like a nice fly to have on a cast alongside a 'conventional' buzzer and a snatcher - a nice compromise, thanks.


    Dougie

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    Another nice SBS Scotfly. Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spider
    Thanks Scotfly


    The black one looks perfect, although that stripped quill mullarkey beats me every time.

    Is there an easier way besides using an eraser to get rid of the fibres?
    Get some sticky wax and apply it to finger and thumb. Grip the fibre and pulled downwards. That should be easier.
    Cromie

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