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Welcome to the Fly-tying section #57 07/24/11 05:27 PM
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I know a couple of fly-tying folks right off that will be using this from time to time. One of Moderators is quite accomplished in fly-tying. Wally will be on here from time to time, I'm sure. I also know of a family that has become a part of the north Georgia fishing scene that is very much a part of the fly-tying, fly-fishing and Float-n-Fly Fishing scene (I hope to have this added as a sub-forum to the Fly-fishing section before winter sets in). this section has fast growth potential and I look forward to reading your inputs!

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Re: Welcome to the Fly-tying section [Re: Bob Smith] #20378 06/07/21 10:54 PM
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I can’t help but wonder how older guys like me can tie a knot on the water without a big magnifying lens?

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