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Tyler Legg
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Thursday, January 22, 2009


Chris Donato said...


I will be on the "D" all weekend. If you see a couple of guys around a tan Yukon XL with South Carolina plates make sure you say hello.

I will be the one re-tying after losing a tandem rig....again!!


chagua said...

it's easy to make a prediction with this. I just only would say that...WHAT A PREDICTION? Here it's raining and the weather is windy. I'm still waiting to the begining of the season. How many flies have you tyed? Here no many of them.
Greetings. Fernando.

Merle for Wapiti Waters said...

Great photo. Makes me homesick for NC. Still loving your blog.

Tar Heel Fly Fishing said...

1. Hey Chris, I'm still debating on whether or not to head over to the "D" or try a new stream...I'm still leaning towards the D, so if I see a tan Yukon XL I'll say hello...

2. Fernando, At least it's not cold and snowy again...Here in the U.S. we may not have to wait until Spring...60 degree temperatures and sunny skies are fine by me...How many flies I've tied?!?! I can't answer you on that one...probably between 700-1,000 since September...but not sure...

3. Appreciate it Merle..but come June, I'll be dreaming about your neck o' the woods...salmonflies are getting close..Thanks for reading..

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