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    Default Cactus Popper

    Decided to try somethig that I have not done before. Adding cactus chenille onto foam popper body instead of colouring with marker pens.
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    Dave it looks nice,I like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrit View Post
    Dave it looks nice,I like it.

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    Thanx Gerrit, just bored at home as I once again could not go fish. So the next best thing is to sit and scheme out flies and other ways of doing things.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppernel View Post
    So the next best thing is to sit and scheme out flies and other ways of doing things.
    Doing the same today,busy tying up some goodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrit View Post
    Doing the same today,busy tying up some goodies.

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    Great, post them so we can ''steel with our eyes'' enjoy seeing others works, but the forum guys are slowing down with tyings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poppernel View Post
    Decided to try somethig that I have not done before. Adding cactus chenille onto foam popper body instead of colouring with marker pens.
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    Looks lekker! Some Q's:
    Is the chenille glued onto popper with Super Glue and the weed guards from nylon coated wire?
    Tying this for Bass?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HolyGT View Post
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    Looks lekker! Some Q's:
    Is the chenille glued onto popper with Super Glue and the weed guards from nylon coated wire?
    Tying this for Bass?
    You got that all right. Bass and leerie, except for the latter, no weedgaurd.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppernel View Post
    Great, post them so we can ''steel with our eyes'' enjoy seeing others works, but the forum guys are slowing down with tyings.

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    Naa Dave the nicki is over,lost interest.I'd be happy to view yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrit View Post
    Naa Dave the nicki is over,lost interest.I'd be happy to view yours

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    Now thats not the Gerrit I've learnt to know. Got a couple of flies that I want to do S.B.S. for trout and some for yellows.

    Do you know the ''rabbit fly''? have not seen it on this forum, unless I missed it.

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by poppernel View Post
    Do you know the ''rabbit fly''? have not seen it on this forum, unless I missed it.

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    Rabbit fly?? No I haven't seen it one here nor do I know what it is.Do a SBS.

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