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In my search and study for what to tye I came across this; very intriguing....

will have to try and tye this sometime..

 

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/radbard88/esbuzzer/

 

:kicks:

 

~Kristi

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Yeah, you're right Dennis. One good Chironomid is more than enough. Phil and Brian have no idea what they're talking about.

 

I know anti-static bags can be obtained from electronics stores and such, but those are usually too thick for fly tying. If anyone is interested, Phil and Brian went to the trouble of selecting the perfect grade of this product, and it is now available under the Stillwater Solutions brand, labeled as "Midge Body Material".

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Yeah, you're right Dennis. One good Chironomid is more than enough. Phil and Brian have no idea what they're talking about.

 

I know anti-static bags can be obtained from electronics stores and such, but those are usually too thick for fly tying. If anyone is interested, Phil and Brian went to the trouble of selecting the perfect grade of this product, and it is now available under the Stillwater Solutions brand, labeled as "Midge Body Material".

 

Great...there goes another $20 of my allowance!

 

QT

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In my search and study for what to tye I came across this; very intriguing....

will have to try and tye this sometime..

 

 

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/radbard88/esbuzzer/

 

:kicks:

 

~Kristi

Kristi, Greg here, Oliver Edwards, in his DVD (Quick Ties and Favorite Flies), does a see-thro' buzzer fly, which is a very similar tie to this one.
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Thanks Greg, Ill have to take a look for that video in the library if we have it...

 

Junior, I thought is was cool cause I had not come across anything like that yet in my tying experience. But now that it has been mentioned there is similar flys that will do the same job. And I see that.

thanks. ;)

 

~kristi

P.S Like I said it's just "cool"

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