Competition Tungsten Jig Nymph Swap

Discussion in 'Fly Swaps' started by Thomas Williams, Apr 12, 2013.

  1. Chad Lewis

    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

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    Hooks and beads should be here in a day or two. I think I'm gonna tie a classic, Dave Whitlock's Fox Squirrel Nymph. Might add some rubber legs though.....
     
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    I have a complete set and didn't like the second so l am redoing them. Three left to redo. One is a hot spot pheasant tail, the other a green emerger.
     
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    Cant go wrong with hot spots. I use them in almost every nymph pattern I tie
     
  4. Chad Lewis

    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

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    Okay, so what's up? Is everyone doing two complete patterns, meaning twenty flies? I don't mind, just wanna keep up with the Jones'.
     
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    No, since there are only 6 participants and receiving 5 flies is hardly worth the swap I decided to make the quota 2 flies for each person so a total of ten. Instead of tying 10 of the same pattern some of us opted to tie 2 different patterns, 5 of each. Whether you want to do two patterns or one is totally up to you. The amount of flies tied is still 10. I am gonna throw in some extras for everyone just because I feel like it and do not expect the same in return. Deadline is still June 1st and if I get everyones flies early I will mail them out early so if you finish send them my way.
     
  6. Chad Lewis

    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

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    Gotcha'. I'll be looking to do another pattern in addition to the Fox Squirrel Nymph. There'll be a few extra for you Thomas. You know, for the effort....(cheesy movie reference). Hopefully my hooks 'n' beads will be here today and I can get crackin'.
     
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    Allen Flyfishing has size 12 and 10 jig hooks in stock. I ordered today and will start tying asap!
     
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    Jeff I bet that #10 would make a mean stonefly for the Yak. ;)

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    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

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    Thomas, I like the new avatar. Tandems forever!
     
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    I'm an aircraft electrician, that's how I roll! :cool:
     
  11. Chad Lewis

    Chad Lewis NEVER wonder what to do with your free time

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    Very nice. I was a crewchief and rescue swimmer in the Navy, along with being a powerplants/rotor systems mech for most of my career (we were made to become professional "aircrewmen" towards the end of my career). I bagged about 1800 hours in another great tandem, the H-46 Sea Knight, aka God's Chariot. Chinooks are hella cool though.
     
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    Mailed mine off today. You should have them by Friday.
     
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    Just returned from the post office. Mine are also in the mail
     
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    Just returned from the post office. Mine are also in the mail
     
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    Sweet deal.