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    Just when you think you can do it all....Heres a tier that ties a crab fly that is so realistic, it's scarey!

    His name is Richard "Reggie" Regensberg, and even if you don't fish a crab fly, I am sure we can all learn a few tricks from a tyer as tallented as he is. Technique is universal.

    I'm think Blackfish on the fly !
    Don't forget, if you don't have any materials or tools, come by anyway...we have a few sets to loan out. We hope to see you all there.
    ..after all, The SJCFA is no group of oldsters discussing recipes.
    WE LIVE TO FLY FISH THE SALT!

    [ 01-05-2004, 06:33 PM: Message edited by: Frank Mihalic ]
    Do what it takes to catch fish!

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    Frank As always, good looking flies. They NEED to be in the Keys. Ron
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    release the fish, keep the memories. Once a Knight is enough. Sparse

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    Ron,
    I have a few new friends that live down your way....MAN can these guys tie!...and fish a little too!
    Do what it takes to catch fish!

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    Good looking crab flies. looks like it will be a must attend meeting for our members and it is the right time of year. What else is there to do on a cold winter Tuesday night.

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    Awesome looking flies! Can't wait to see some tied up!

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    Man I miss the meetings, seeing everyone, PJ's. Now Frank goes and posts the best looking crab fly's I have ever seen!!!

    For a pooor soul who can't make meetings can someone (Jay Tenure)take step by steps - Please [img]smile.gif[/img]


    RIP EMMA - 3/8/2003 - 5/27/2016

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    Cool

    I will post step by steps on the club website after the upcoming meeting.
    "Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it...
    I am haunted by waters" -Norman Maclean

    "Bill, strange things are afoot at the Circle-K" - Ted "Theodore" Logan

    The more you learn, the less you really know...
    think about that

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    but the heart of the fool to the left.

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    WOOOWWW!! Im ready to break out the shell crackers and a big Ol' BIB!! Dig in!! Old bay anyone?
    "Goody"

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    I will always remember first meeting Reggie as I must have spent an hour or so going through his book of flys and bait photos at the first meeting I attended as an ASWF member. He took the time to answer all(and I mean all) questions I had. Thank You Reggie - I will never forget it.

    Steve Farrar

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    SF- had a similiar experience...
    I met Reggie a few years ago at a show and was amazed by those flies. He tied, I watched, and when he got ready to show somebody something I had seen a few times already...I went to watch the guy in the next booth...Bob P (didn't know who he was @ the time)...
    Then back and forth..and it went on..
    I soaked in quite a bit, and a few days later had a vice, to go along with my recently purchased 8 wt.
    After that, fly-fishing truely began.

    Looking foward this one.

    REN

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    It's funny how some things in life leave such a deep impression on us! People like Bob, Steve, and many others....always gracious and teaching.

    ..and REN...Your comment about "then the fly fishing began" is oh so true!
    Do what it takes to catch fish!

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