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The Players and Their Patterns
Click on the fly photo for a
recipe and short story.
|3. The Drifter
gonna like this one!
|4. Steve Hudson
will be deadly during the Summer months!
|5. Michael Lim
|6. The Ole Man
great fly from a great guy!
Rainbows always like Yellow!
never used a soft hackle but I will definitely use this one!
fly when thrown close to the bank and "twitched"!
|10. John Richardson
|| Elk Hair Caddis
|11. David Edens
never seen one of these, but it should do well during a Caddis hatch!
Brown Killer Wooly Worm
says this one works magic in muddy water!
|13. Kerry "KB" Bridger
these will not be enough!
|| Filoplume Mayfly
never seen one of these before, but Budman ties a nice fly!
|| Beadhead Pheasant
Edwin! Beadheads work well around here.
||Nice job Aaron. This is your
secret Nacoochee Bend fly no doubt!
The Beadhead Prince
||I guarantee this one! Thanks
|18. Kent Edmonds
The Clouser Minnow
||I'll use this one in my favorite
farm pond and in the Florida Keys!
The Rules of the Fly Swap:
1. Choose a person to run the swap...hereinafter known as The Swapmeister. Probably gonna
be me (Drifter).
2.Begin a list of fly tiers who want to participate. An ideal number would be one or two
dozen folks. Let's say 20 people sign up.
3. Establish a deadline to submit your flies to the Swapmeister. (01/31/99)
4. Choose a fly pattern to tie. Check the list so as not to duplicate a pattern someone
else is tying. Tie 20 flies of the same pattern. Everyone will get one of your flies,
including yourself. Preferably tie a pattern that works on local streams.
5. Tag all flies with: name, fly name, and email address. The tag can be a small piece of
paper that you "impale" the hook point into.
6. Send in the fly recipe, detailed tying instructions and how/where to fish the fly or a
short story to go along with the fly.
7. Place flies in a crush-proof container (like an altoids tin) and include a self
addressed stamped envelop with your flies. The return postage should be the same as it
costs to send them to the Swapmeister at: Steve Keeble, 362 Keith Road,
Newnan, Georgia 30263.
You will get your flies back in the same container that you sent them in - Make sure it is
8. All participants should now have a nice collection of hand tied flies and recipes,
which are effective in our region.
We could even vote on the most deadly fly, ugly fly, worthless fly, etc. Lets set January
31st, 1999 as a target date to have the flies completed and in the hands of the
The Caddis Swap 1999
is now underway!
Don't forget to visit THE VIRTUAL FISH
This page has been created and maintained by The Drifter. PETA folks relax! No animals were
harmed in the creation of this web page. All rights reserved, usual disclaimers apply,
copyright 1998, your mileage may vary, yadda, yadda.
This page was last updated on 03/16/99 11:14 PM
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