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    A couple of breadflies for an upcoming trip to Lesotho. Nothing fancy, just flies that work for me.


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    Silver cored glass beads?

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    Below the falls, the fish enjoyed the red ones, but they all look yummy so I'm sure you'll get some good feedback from them fishies
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    Quote Originally Posted by redhumpy View Post
    Silver cored glass beads?
    3 of them have the Spirit River SL beads yes - the others are tungsten nymphhead beads.

    Quote Originally Posted by dizzy View Post
    Below the falls, the fish enjoyed the red ones, but they all look yummy so I'm sure you'll get some good feedback from them fishies
    The material used for the bodies (on the pink and orange flies) are made from this stuff - http://www.kidzid.co.za/holographic.asp

    You can't see it in the pics - but they really reflect light in the most awesome patterns. I have used this materials for wingcases and they really work VERY well. Thought I'd try them on the bodies - looks okay and should work. Fairly stiff material, and you have to pay a lot of attention to get it neat (which I have not done ).
    Mario Geldenhuys
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    "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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