Bucktails for Sea Runs

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  1. Jack Devlin

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    I'm thinking they will work for cutts and salmon. Nice looking flies!
     
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    Nice ties Jack! Those are going to get destroyed!

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    Wheres the salish sea edition?
     
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    Great looking flies as usual Jack!!! I especially like the Salish Sea edition...
    Oh, by the way, where do I find violet bucktails?? Would lavender be close enough? If so, where can I find it?
     
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    Lavender is fine. Sportsman's Warehouse!:):):) I think I got my last one there.
    Jack
     
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    Damn, why didn't I think of that, I haven't seen any lately, you must have got the only one we had?:)
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    I was going to suggest the Lavender Festival in Sequim in July.:D
     
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    Thats the one good thing about sportsmens warehouse, they always have lots of random stuff died in a ton of oddball colors. Most fly shops dont have enough shelf space to have mallard on 25 color variants. Albeit less than premium quality. Then of course no one buys the stuff and I can pick it up when they red tag it for 93 cents. Big box warehouse stores are horrible with niche markets.:)
     
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