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  1. Flygirl
    05-12-2011 09:33 AM
    Fmpnw that is AWESOME! I will absolutely tie you another

    Ken thank you, my life is very transitional right now and it just fits me It's kinda a combination of a couple lines I mixed and edited for myself out of old books, I have a habit of collection old story books, my dearest currently is one printed in 1887. When I stand in a river time loses its importance until slowly goes its existence, if it were not for the difficulty in seeing my dry fly in the evening I would never know it is time to go.
  2. woodsman1st
    05-05-2011 04:20 PM
    "The water you touch in a river is the last of that which has passed,
    and the first of that which is coming, thus it is with time."

    I have a feeling that you wrote that; did you? In any case it is excellent.
    I dabbled a tad in poetry at one time; plus some college classes; and every now and then one will grab me. This is one of those times.
  3. fmpnw
    05-05-2011 03:09 PM
    Hi Jaquelyn
    Just letting you know that the purple leach pattern that tied for me to catch crappies worked but not for crappies. Today at Bartlett I was doing some trolling using a 7 wt with the RIO 7 heavy sinking line. When the rod bent excessively I thought I was hung up, but no, I had something that wanted to stay on the bottom. After fighting it for about an hour, I finally got the biggest flathead catfish I have ever seen and the biggest fish I have ever caught on a flyrod. Could not get it into the boat - to big for my net. Did not have my cell phone with me either - no photo. Thanks for the fly. Sure could use another one
  4. Flygirl
    04-18-2011 09:37 AM
    You can call, I have a list that is always out, Next class is April 30th
    8 am- 9am
    In the summer I move them earlier, it gets HOT out there!
  5. JohnSWA
    04-13-2011 01:24 PM
    Great! Can I call to sign up, or do I have to go to BPS and sign up in person. Thanks for the quick reply!!!
  6. JohnSWA
    04-11-2011 04:17 PM
    Are you still teaching the fly tying class at BPS? I really need to learn how to tie these dang things. The price of flies is killing me! LOL!

  7. TimL
    03-10-2011 10:27 PM
    Hi Jaquelyn. I remember a custom product you were looking at one day when I was in your shop. I wanted to show you something a friend of mine from Michigan is making that you might like to look at. Also if you get a chance, check out my best buddies blog. I am really proud of him. (it's the fontinalis rising blog).
    I know life is busy so just when you get a chance. (like you are sick with the flu or something, god forbid )

    Here is the link.
  8. Bass Bug
    03-01-2011 11:33 AM
    Bass Bug
    Hi Jaquelyn,
    We met on Sunday at the ISE. You tied a fly, for bass fishing, for my husband and I bought a fly tieing "desk".

    I lived in Alaska for a few years (back in the mid 90s); that's where I fell in love with fly fishing. Unfortunately, I don't remember much other than that I loved it.

    I'm going to be in your class starting next week. What supplies do I need to buy? For class? for practicing at home?


    aka "Bass Bug'
  9. coolriversolace
    09-11-2010 12:37 PM
    Hi Jaquelyn,

    That's cool you're on here too. I took a casting class a while back from you at BPS. Just wondering what the casting class schedule is like. Are they only on Saturdays?


  10. Bass Bug
    09-07-2010 03:01 PM
    Bass Bug
    Hi "FlyGirl". I'm new to this site and just returning to fly fishing after nearly 15 years away from it. I lived in Alaska for a few years in the mid-90s, where I became a fly fishing fanatic. I remember almost nothing about technique. LOL Do you teach any classes?

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  • About Flygirl
    My name is Jaquelyn and I am addicted to flyfishing. I first became introduced at the age of 7...
    Mesa Az
    flyfishing tying, hunting, archery, dirtbiking, horsebackriding, poetry, softball, Bradley
    Bass Pro Shops Fly fishing manager
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    The water you touch in a river is the last of that which has passed, and the first of that which is coming, Thus it is with time.


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