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2011 blowout fly tying contest.


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the contest fly for next year will be a creek chub.you now have almost a year to plan, tye and fish a creek chub pattern. there are no restrictions as far as size or materials. rich

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Thanks Rich. I have to start looking a chubs though I was hoping you would call for a Wacky Worm.

 

Speaking of Blowout contests, I believe I have seen the winning "Shannon Minnow." Do we have any information or pictures on the other 2010 entries-especially the ones that made it to the tank testing? Getting to the final four aint bad.

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the only photo was posted already with the judges by the dunk tank. the flies were grouped on a foam block and looked like drowned rats. after it was announcwed that i won it wasnt till thefloowoing day that i found out it was my back up fly that one it.its called the shannon streamer.the creek chub will be interesting, lots of possibilities .

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the only photo was posted already with the judges by the dunk tank. the flies were grouped on a foam block and looked like drowned rats. after it was announcwed that i won it wasnt till thefloowoing day that i found out it was my back up fly that one it.its called the shannon streamer.the creek chub will be interesting, lots of possibilities .

 

Thanks Rich,

 

I found it in the wrapup. It is hard to see a lot of details though it looks like there may be some interesting ideas there.

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