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    Walt's Worm



    For Februarys Fly Tying Video, guest Tier Eric Stroup ties Walt's Worm. This is a fantastic pattern that catches fish. It looks like a Cranefly Larva, Caddis Larva, or Sowbug. Did I mention it is a great tie for all of you entry level Fly Tiers? If you can tie this, you are half way to a Hares Ear...

    -www.riseformstudio.tv/fly_tying_video.html-


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Great camera work.

    Like the use of your POV cam gets right in there for the viewer to see with great clarity.

    Those simple patters are real killers in PA streams.

    As always, appreciate fine work.

    AK Skim


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Doenst get simpler than that...

    It is similar to a fly my friend ties..He calls it "Jesse the Body"..He also ties it in Olive and black...

    I Like the Podcasts..Keep up the good work..


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    Sweet vid and fine fly. I think the simple flies catch fish and the complicated flies catch fisherpeople....

    I'm sure those would work way up north as well! Thanks for make the vid...


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Quote Originally Posted by Flygal View Post
    Sweet vid and fine fly. I think the simple flies catch fish and the complicated flies catch fisherpeople....

    I'm sure those would work way up north as well! Thanks for make the vid...
    Flygal,

    Is that the current politically correct term for those who fish? That's good! What would the singular version of that be?

    Cdog


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Fisherperson... though can't we just use angler and not have to be PC?


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Quote Originally Posted by rckrego View Post
    Fisherperson... though can't we just use angler and not have to be PC?
    lol...Fisherperson does sound wierd. So does fisherangler.

    Cdog


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    How about the Artist formerly known as a fisherman?


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Got's nothing to do with PC, I just like the word.....Fisherfolks, Flyfisher, Fisherdork......The list can go on and on.....I like to mix it up a bit, life gets boring if I keep using the same old fly....


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    fisherdork...nice...reminds me of things my sister used to call me growing up...and sometimes still does


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Fishing Dork status all stared around a camp fire to define those who spend (In some peoples opinion, read those who catch small fish) way too much time, money and effort in the sport of flyfishing.....

    I ran with it and consider it a badge of honor today


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    Re: Walt's Worm

    Quote Originally Posted by Flygal View Post
    The list can go on and on.....I like to mix it up a bit, life gets boring if I keep using the same old fly....
    ....Fisherman. You meant to say fisherman.

    The way it has been and shall be.

    We are Fly Fisherman Period....

    Next thing someone will start using "fly-roddy-do" when speaking of a fly rod to mix it up a bit. Yuck....

    As always, a fly fisherman.

    AK Skim


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