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This is one of the easiest and quickest loops to tie, creating a non-slip loop in almost any size line. It is also extremely strong, retaining 100% of line strength ...
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From the August 2014 Newsletter Fly, Notes and Photo by Tim Barker Used by Permission Hook: Daiichi 1110, #16 – #18 Thread: Tiemco 16/0, Lt. Cahill (Thorax forward) Shuck: Looped ...
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From the July 2014 Newsletter This knot is very easy to tie, and can be constructed in a matter of a few seconds. It is still fairly strong, retaining about ...
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Fly of the Month - Veevus Serendipity
 From the July 2014 Newsletter Fly, Notes and Photo by Tim Barker Used by Permission  Hook: TroutLegend N/D Hook, #14-16 Thread: Tiemco 16/0, Black Rib: Ultra Wire, Fluorescent Yellow, Small ...
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From the May/June 2014 Newsletter Fly, Notes and Photo by Eric Paramore Used by Permission Hook: Size 6-12, 2XL long curved shank hopper or nymph hooks Thread: Light colored 8/0 or ...
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From the May/June 2014 Newsletter The Homer’s knot is named for one of the godfathers of sportfishing, Homer Circle. It has been attributed to Lefty Kreh who evolved it during a ...
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Fly of the Month - Bat Wing Baetis Emerger   
Fly, Notes and Photo by Tim Barker Used by Permission From April 2014 Newsletter Thread: Gordon Griffith’s 14/0, Gray or Olive, Tiemco 16/0 Gray Hook: TMC 2487 or Daiichi 1130, ...
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Fly, Notes and Photo by Greg Thomas Used by Permission From March 2014 newsletter Hook: Scud Hook, size 16 Thread: Orange Body: Orange yarn As amazing as it sounds, we’re ...
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