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Mersad Rajic
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Mersad Rajic

Broj poruka : 531
Lokacija : Toronto, Canada
Datum upisa : 13.10.2009

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Thanks Mr.Ray   Thanks Mr.Ray EmptyČet 25 Mar 2010, 12:25

Hi Ray,

I just received your set of traditional flies and you made me really hapy with chioce of flies you put in the set.Saome of them I've seen first time because they're tied locally an that is quality of your collection.
skocko
Also, what is speciffic for the set is names of the flies. Excelent!!! and Thank you.Thy are allready retired and whole set is ready to go on the wall.
One more time
cestitam and super
Mersad
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Ray Lockyer
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Ray Lockyer

Broj poruka : 233
Godina : 73
Lokacija : Wales
Datum upisa : 03.01.2010

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Thanks Mr.Ray   Thanks Mr.Ray EmptyČet 25 Mar 2010, 13:05

Hi Mersad
I am glad they have arrived OK and have made you happy; I tried to select traditional patterns for each of the main regions in the UK.

It is unlikely you will have encountered the patterns from Wales; but they ones I have selected represent the region quite well.

The Cochen-las is from Rhayader in mid-Wales and is intended to represent the Heather Fly (Bibio pomonae) which loks identical to the Hawthorn Fly (Bibio marci) except for red thighs.

The Haul-a-Gwynt is from the slate quarrying area of North-Wales and again tied to represent the Heather Fly. The name means 'Sun & Wind' just the conditions for the terrestrial Heather Fly to hatch and get blown onto the surface of the many small lakes of that area.

The Coch-a-bon-duu (or as some say Cochybonddu) is tied to represent the Garden Chafer (Phyllopertha horticola) a small beetle that lives in the soil on upland areas and hatches in millions during June.

The Llew Back (or Little Lion) is a fancy fly - but typical of lots of dark coloured flies used for wild brown trout in lakes around Wales.

Ray
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Mersad Rajic
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Mersad Rajic

Broj poruka : 531
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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Thanks Mr.Ray   Thanks Mr.Ray EmptyČet 25 Mar 2010, 19:35

Hi Ray,

First of all I have to tell you that you've mastered fly tying. Exelent flies. Also, I'm very hapy with notes you wrote for every single fly and if you didn't wright names in English I'd never find out about some of them. Long time I did not see Peter Ross, and you suprised me nicelly, thank you. It seems that, some traditional flies will stay only in the old books. Right...
Also, The Coch-a-bon-duu, is the one that disapearing, litlle by little...and I'm glad you did not forget this one.
I'm missing words to expres my gratitude for your kindness.
One more time
:ziveli :
Cheers and
Thank you
Mersad
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Datum upisa : 03.01.2010

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PočaljiNaslov: Re: Thanks Mr.Ray   Thanks Mr.Ray EmptyČet 25 Mar 2010, 20:06

Mersad

It has been a pleasure to tie them for you.

Ray
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