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Didn't there used to be a fly tying forum. I recently started tying flies and jigs even though I don't actually fly fish. But I have found that many of the flies I have tied catch some really nice bass and pike.

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I'M new here but I would definately check out a fly tying forum. It might give me a reason totry new patterns. Be great if one got started.

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