And not to forget the BONUS that came with this DVD:
 
For the Fanatic Swap I'm currently tying a fly with a wing of something that
Tony gave me in a (quite 
full) "Bits & Pieces" bag, when I stayed at his house. I had no idea what it
was. I sat in front of the TV 
and saw him fiddling with a black hair patch, saying "I believe this is
Russian Sable... long dense 
underfur and very few guard hairs"... and then saw the bunch of hairs after
he had cut it... I felt that 
chill again. "THAT'S THE 'JOHN DOE' PATCH THAT'S LYING BY MY VISE!!!"
 
So, thank's DonO. The DVD made my day... twice!!
 
/Nick
 
 

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Nick: Thanks a  lot. I'll order some. The price is right as well, Chuck
 

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A quick search in the 'IMDB' (not the "Internet Movie Data Base"... but in
the "Infamous Material Data Base") shows that it is a dubbing from Wapsi
called 'Natural Nymph Blend' (80% squirrel - 20% rabbit). It was bought in a
sport shop in Gävle in Sweden. I can't find the dubbing in Wapsi's product
catalogue though. But I found it here:
http://shopflyfishingspecialties.com/wapsi-squirrel-dubbing-pr-16669.html
 
/Nick

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Nick: That is an awesome looking fly. It looks JUST LIKE a certain insect
that I'm trying to place but can't right now. A hellmagranite??? Or a
certain type stonefly?? I can't find the book I found it in right now, but
it looks IDENTICAL to that particular insect. Where do you get that squirrel
dubbing??? Can you make it yourself?? Thanks, Chuck
 Chuck
 
 

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I got the DVD yesterday. It was a big "Aha!!!" I have had the technique
explained to me in text 
format once, but it seems that I had misunderstood some. That's why I have
only used it with a 
limited number of materials. But now the pieces fell into place... and I
understood what he had 
meant with the words 'easy' and 'simple'..... and 'using any form of'.
 
I have a squirrel dubbing that has seemed like it was made for the purpose
of giving me headache. 
Short, stiff and sticky... and the noodles have been breaking into fragments
and fallen of the thread. 
If someone, yesterday, had told me that it was possible to make a rock hard
and segmented body 
out of that one, I would have answered: "Of course... laminate sand and you
can make a rock hard 
and segmented body out of that too."
 
Watched the DVD around 3 o'clock this morning (didn't yawn once). Today I
dug 
out that squirrel, just to give it a try (for the sake of it). First try
attached...
 
GO DON!!!!! WHEN'S THE NEXT ONE COMING????
 
/Nick



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