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    Default Red Palmer

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    Last edited by scotfly; 02-06-2013 at 08:32 PM.
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    Superb post,as ever, Scotfly.

    Winter just isn't long enough to tie all the flies I want to but I'll definitely tie some of these .

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    Steve

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    Thank you Obadiah.
    Just put decorating/DIY, work, shopping etc on the back boiler for a couple of months and you will have plenty of time.
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    Yeh;I wish.

    I've already got January's jobs list and tying flies ain't on it my friend.


    Steve

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    This is a cracking fly, even better than the Red Soldier Palmer in my opinion, well, for broon troot anyway.

    doonicus

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    The Soldier Palmer is my favourite fly on Highland lochans & is on the cast at some point during the day, but always on the bob.
    A must have in my opinion for those that fish Highland waters.
    See a lot of lowland reservoir fly fishers have found it, indeed reinvented it.
    I have always said that some of the old stuff will last long after todays one season wonders are confined to the bin.
    Tight Lines
    Last edited by Highlander; 22-12-2006 at 07:24 AM.
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    Thats a good looking fly.
    Its amazing how a small tweek can change the overall look style of a fly.
    Keep 'em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highlander
    T I have always said that some of the old stuff will last long after todays one season wonders are confined to the bin.
    A definite case of the old ones are the best. I wonder who's book in 50 years time will be praising that old classic the Blob!!
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    Well if we do I for one will not see it..... thank ****

    Tight Lines
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