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i'm looking for a place to buy some flys in the area. we will be down here on friday the 22.

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i know of 2 places to buy them in town. First is gander and second is Sports authority. Wild goose use to sell them but i am pretty sure they hung it up. Gander has them for i think 1.19 a fly and Sports a. is .99 I personally get them from gander when i don't have time to tie my own because of the guy in the fishing department named wayne. All he does is work and fly fish that is it. He well tell you what you need to know to catch them on any particular body of water. ike

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What ike said.

Wayne's a great guy and really knows his stuff.

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I go to Gander Mountain to buy my flys and they just lowered them to $1 and I just went to Wild Goose Sports today and they still have flys for $1.49 Also Hooked on fishing sells some flys but very few. My Personal choice would be Gander Mountain. Good Luck

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