July 23, 2015 at 2:08 pm #37878David Mac wrote:
We have been getting many new members since the site has moved and improved. First off, WELCOME to the Fly Tyer Forum, we are all friends here. Some are beginners and some have years of experience. For many, that first post is the most difficult one to make, so hopefully this will help. Just say hello and tell us where you are from, Beginner or years of experience. We are very glad that you have joined us 🙂
Sadly, we lost DMac awhile back, but I wanted to repost the beginning of this thread in hopes that new members who have not made their first post will do so an introduce themselves. This isn’t the biggest or most active fly tying forum on the ‘net, but we’ve had alot of great tyers on here, and unfortunately lost a few that are now fishing the great beyond.
If you’ve never posted, please think about doing to so to introduce yourself and say hi. If you have posted before, tell us what you’ve been tying or even better, post some pics of your flies.July 31, 2015 at 10:12 am #37910
Hi, I’m new here. My names Don and I have been tying for 6 months. I live in Sydney Australia and belong to a flu tying group that meets once a month. I have tied over 200 flies now, some pretty good and I know they catch fish as I had the thrill of catching a bow on one of my own flies back in May and again in June. Our season is over for now and I am tying small nymphs #18 -#20 for an upcoming trip to New Zealand.
I am on two other forums and enjoy the information that is exchanged within the forums.
I look forward to participating in this group.August 1, 2015 at 8:06 am #37919
Hi! I’m John Mcglinn and I am retired and now have time tie flies. I’ve always concentrated on nymphs over the past 20 years but now I’m interested in realistic flies, particularly, terrestrials and drys for California streams (if we ever get any water 🙁August 1, 2015 at 6:08 pm #37921
Welcome John! It seems here in the Midwest, we’re getting all of your rain as well as ours. Much of the West coast doesn’t get enough rain to sustain grass, and the Midwest is has gotten so much in the few months we pray for a day dry enough to mow. Crazy!
We used to have several awesome realistic tyers post here, but they haven’t been around for quite some time. Fred Hannie (http://www.realisticflytying.net/) is super talented at realistic tying (but most importantly) fishable flies. Search here by user name “Fred H” to see some of his work that he’s posted.October 27, 2015 at 7:06 pm #38090
We get, on average, a new user signing up every day, but very few ever post. For all the new people signing up, and anyone who has never posted, please post and introduce yourself. Tell us what corner of the world you call home, what type of flies you like to tie or what species fish you like to target, etc.. Check out all the categories in the forum, if you signed up, there must be something here that interests you? Are you new to fly tying and have questions? Feel free to ask. Are you an experienced/seasoned fly tyer? Feel free to share any tips and tricks you’ve acquired over the years. Found a good deal or sale somewhere? Share the link or business. Come on people, lets hear from you!November 2, 2015 at 9:05 pm #38094
Welcome to the forum! Hope you enjoy the stay!
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