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    Guys

    Even though I have not read Trout by Scheibert, I must say that every time you have mentioned it when we spoke, I was enthralled by all you told me. There must be copies out there, it all depends on how good a searcher you are ... will let you know how many I can get
    Mario Geldenhuys
    Smallstream fanatic, plus I do some other things that I can't tell you about

    "All the tips or magical insights in the world can't replace devotion, dedication, commitment, and gumption - and there is not secret in that" - Glenn Brackett

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    May be I missed it, but what about Mr. Borger’s masterpiece – Presentation - ?

    I know its not literature, or is it, I think of it as a “bible”??

    Or Kaufmans(sp) detailed work's on Cadis Fly's??
    To paint lines on a silver stretch of stream, is to be humbled by nature and to be closer to thy maker.

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    Some great reading material listed above, Dave Hughes has some fine offerings too. Havn't read Schwiebert's TROUT, but have been making my way through NYMPHS - AWESOME! Now I just gotto get me hands on a copy of TROUT

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    And another little gem, Hooked on Rivers by Jolyon Nuttall. I love going throught the stories and Tom's illustrations are supperb.

    I really hope he releases another one soon.
    To paint lines on a silver stretch of stream, is to be humbled by nature and to be closer to thy maker.

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