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When people know you fish!

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1 When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 2:56 pm

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Hey Guys and Girls,
So i frequent the pool halls on my off time...and I tell everyone I fish. Needless to say I have made many friends that also fish and some that don't.
One of my new pool buds that does not fish, gave me this complete fly tying kit!
Non-rotary vice with all tools, excellent condition for the most part. I need to get some materials, if anyone has any for sale, plz let me know.

Anyway lol I love free fishing stuff lol
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2 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:41 pm

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Score! !!
Now  you have a new hobby.


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3 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 4:53 pm

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That is a cool set up buddy makes me want to break out my set up now.


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4 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:29 pm

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Jerdon wrote:Score! !!
Now  you have a new hobby.
Tell me about it brotha!
I've been looking for a vice and materials ever since I got back from Montana lol so now I get to actually get some tying done

5 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:30 pm

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jeffcpr wrote:That is a cool set up buddy makes me want to break out my set up now.
Right! I just needa buy some material

6 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 8:34 pm

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I've gotta let more people know that I fish too! Thumbs Up lol

Very nice score and ya can't beat that price!

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7 Re: When people know you fish! on Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:22 pm

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SP Dan wrote:I've gotta let more people know that I fish too! Thumbs Up lol

Very nice score and ya can't beat that price!

SP Dan     <"))><
Tell me about it lol

8 Re: When people know you fish! on Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:30 pm

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That's a cool vintage setup.  Nice wooden box and what look like quality tools. I played around with tying flies many years ago. Caught many a trout on wet flies using the "fly and a bubble" rig on my ultralight spinning gear. Nothing like catching a fish on a lure you made yourself. Have fun!

I was recently on the receiving end of some "family grapevine" generosity from a relative I barely know and it's wonderful. Gotta love a generous spirit. santa

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9 Re: When people know you fish! on Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:05 pm

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Ornery Bob wrote:That's a cool vintage setup.  Nice wooden box and what look like quality tools. I played around with tying flies many years ago. Caught many a trout on wet flies using the "fly and a bubble" rig on my ultralight spinning gear. Nothing like catching a fish on a lure you made yourself. Have fun!

I was recently on the receiving end of some "family grapevine" generosity from a relative I barely know and it's wonderful. Gotta love a generous spirit. santa
It really is!
I don't know how vintage it is, I know cabelas has the exact kit ping for about 60$ same non- rotary vice and everything but it's still good condition

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