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  • A recent Christine O'Donnell voter (who also identified himself as Christine O'Donnell) recently said, I heard that she said that she dabbled in the witchcraft when she was in high school and that means she's a witch and, oh, my fly's open -- sorry.

    Edward Murray: Apparently, I'm Christine O'Donnell

  • A recent Christine O'Donnell voter (who also identified himself as Christine O'Donnell) recently said, I heard that she said that she dabbled in the witchcraft when she was in high school and that means she's a witch and, oh, my fly's open -- sorry.

    Edward Murray: Apparently, I'm Christine O'Donnell

  • Expensive reels or fragile tackle such as fly's should be packed in your carry-on baggage.

    Horseshoe Crabs and the TSA

  • A fly's eyes have hundreds of different facets with which it is able to detect the briefest flickers of movement.

    Kevin Bermeister: God's Time, Science's Ideal

  • Expensive reels or fragile tackle such as fly's should be packed in your carry-on baggage.

    Horseshoe Crabs and the TSA

  • Try using a dropper ... tippet tied to a dry fly's hook bend with a small nymph on the other end.

    Just started fly fishing and really love it.

  • If you are comfortable casting, tie on a dropper/tandem with a Hare's Ear or Pheasant Tail (this is a length of tippet tied onto the floating fly's hook with a fly at the other end).

    how to choose flies

  • If you are comfortable casting, tie on a dropper/tandem with a Hare's Ear or Pheasant Tail (this is a length of tippet tied onto the floating fly's hook with a fly at the other end).

    how to choose flies

  • Try using a dropper ... tippet tied to a dry fly's hook bend with a small nymph on the other end.

    Just started fly fishing and really love it.

  • A fly's eyes have hundreds of different facets with which it is able to detect the briefest flickers of movement.

    Kevin Bermeister: God's Time, Science's Ideal

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