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    And also some more fish food for the predators.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Winelands Fly Fishing View Post
    If you are heading out to an estuary these holidays.





    Wow, these flies looks perfect too use on outgoing tide at Stilbaai, drift with tide and walk along with it. Dit moet werk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winelands Fly Fishing View Post
    Hi Jax,

    Great to see you still understand Afrikaans, daar in NZ!

    Gerrit, al die vliee bo het ek gebind, Ryan Wojt en Nick Janse van Rensburg bind ook vliee in die shop. Elke stap word gecement met Loon en net die beste hoeke (Gamas en Owners) word gebruik. Waar epoxy werk gedoen word is dit Devcon 30 minutes, great epoxy. Ons werk ook met UV Resin, Deer Creek en Loon. Al die Flippers as n voorbeeld word ge-epoxy om die oog en lip.

    Hi Karoo, the Jam and Floating prawns are R 100 each, sounds pricey, but I challenge anyone to tie a few. Taking around 1 hour to tie one of these flies, not actually worth it in terms of selling these flies. Will post the JAM flies soon.

    The Clousers range between R 30.00 and R 40.00, depending on size, as mentioned we use the best hooks and materials, the Clousers are cemented 4 times during the tying process and finished with Devcon Epoxy. The base layer of thread is also cemented, leading to much less of the eyes twisting when hitting the fly on rock/sand.
    Sent you a PM!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winelands Fly Fishing View Post
    If you are heading out to an estuary these holidays.





    OMF Phil! Im coming to the shop one weekend and you gotta show me how you tie these things! They are amazing!
    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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    Thanks Maddy, budget for at least two hours, the flies are not just tied, also being build.

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    On request of a client who wanted a mix of sand a mud prawns, floating and sinking, we have added some sand prawns in two different sizes.




    The deer hair mud prawns have also underwent a few minor changes.


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    Looking good

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    Philip, just to let you know that I got my order in time for my trip so thanks a lot.

    Unfortunately the Grunter eluded me but I did get some Stumpies on them as a consolation prize and even a hit by a small Leerie.
    Bryan Williams

    “My Biggest worry is that my wife will sell my fishing gear for what I said I paid for it!”

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    Great Bryan, pleasure!

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