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jbeck

2013 UJ Fly Swap

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ckfowler180
Got mine today, supposed to rain tomorrow though.

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Rich Farino

Thanks, all.  I always enjoy seeing what other people are tying from all over the world.

I have a bag full of swap flies that I've never used over the past 15 years or so.

Looking forward to getting out now that spring has sprung.

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HuntersDad

I haven't used any of the flies from the swap yet, but I did catch my first fish today on one of my own flies.  What a neat feeling catching a fish with a fly that you tied yourself from feathers of a bird you shot earlier in the fall.

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john mcg

It is a pretty cool thing.

I enjoy the idea of a circle come full swing.

Nice brown.

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jbeck
Beautiful trout, HuntersDad!

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UncleLarry

I know this isn't the official avenue of the Swap, but I'd still be down to tie a few bugs and spread the love, if it's condoned.

I live out west and fish both sides of the Sierras and get a few trips in around the the west every once in awhile. I also tie a few steelhead flies for the annual post-bird season trip and would love to swap some for some other sea-run patterns. Would love to exchange feathers!

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