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    Hi my name is Damage and im a Clouser addict :0)



    Im rebuilding my stock after changing to the gama sl12s

    some clouser chassis in production top row is 8/0 bottom row is #2s


    /d
    What ever you do never confuse Fishing With catching Fish !!!!
    Fish Are Friends Not Food

    But your reasoning has a fatal flaw; it overlooks the fact that to comprehend it requires that one rub a few brain cells against each other. The heat thus generated produces the light that illuminates the fact, but alas, not everybody has the resource required to fuel the process --SG

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    Denton, is that thread running to the back or flash?
    Rudolph
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    These clousers are tied very sparcely...

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    Nice!

    I enjoyed Bob's dvd about the history of the Clouser. Very interesting facts and info about the origin of the fly and it's variations.
    Last edited by Gerrit Viljoen; 30-03-11 at 05:50 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rendier View Post
    Denton, is that thread running to the back or flash?
    It's sparkle braid used to build up the body before the wing is tied in.

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    Denton

    You have two problems.....

    The first is an obvious addiction to Clousers and the second is that you still have to finish off that pile of flies. You are going to be totally sick of Clousers (and possibly cured) by the time you're done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad Botes View Post
    It's sparkle braid used to build up the body before the wing is tied in.
    Thanks Conrad. Need to start tying a few clousers as the salmon are on their way up the coast
    Rudolph
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    HAUW BRU!! You gonna hev alot of saw fingas afta finishing thut! Should keep you busy during winter.
    Around the steel no tortur'd worm shall twine, No blood of living insect stain my line;
    Let me, less cruel, cast feather'd hook, With pliant rod athwart the pebbled brook,
    Silent along the mazy margin stray, And with fur-wrought fly delude the prey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    These clousers are tied very sparcely...
    Giggle giggle
    Around the steel no tortur'd worm shall twine, No blood of living insect stain my line;
    Let me, less cruel, cast feather'd hook, With pliant rod athwart the pebbled brook,
    Silent along the mazy margin stray, And with fur-wrought fly delude the prey

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    Default Clouser army

    Light infantry
    #2 sl12s


    /d
    What ever you do never confuse Fishing With catching Fish !!!!
    Fish Are Friends Not Food

    But your reasoning has a fatal flaw; it overlooks the fact that to comprehend it requires that one rub a few brain cells against each other. The heat thus generated produces the light that illuminates the fact, but alas, not everybody has the resource required to fuel the process --SG

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