Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby Kelly L. » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:02 pm

DNicolson wrote:I thought I recognised that booklet. I have copied the version just given, cropped, rotated and made a PDF.
I shall send you a copy Kelly.


I don't think I got it from you Donald. Please resend if you still have it! :D
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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby Ron Eagle Elk » Thu Oct 18, 2012 5:39 pm

How did I not see this before now? Oh yeah, I've been away. Great resource. As to copies of manuscripts, as long as there is no copyright violations, it would float my boat, even if it doesn't float Doug's.

Thanks for posting this.
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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby Donald Nicolson » Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:16 pm

I also have an article called "Scared of Spiders?" by Malcolm Greenhalgh if anyone is interested.
Send me a PM with an e-mail address. ;)
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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby odin » Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:03 am

Hi Kelly:
Do you still have the Rolling Rivers booklet on PDF. I am getting a stiff neck studying it in tis present form. It seems to have a lot of good information in it. Thanks for your replies to my start up questions! I am getting more comfortable with the site but my computing skills are suspect still. I have only had a computer for a few months so every day is an adventure.

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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby Kelly L. » Tue Jan 28, 2014 9:16 pm

I didn't get that one. I did get another spider pdf from Donald though. It is called Spiders on Straight Eyed Hooks. (or Rolling Rivers pdf) I can send you that one if you want it! Donald, you may have sent this to me with a different name, but I don't think so. :?
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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby odin » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:54 pm

Hi Kelly :

I think it may be the same one. The view being out sounds like it. If you could send it as a pdf it would be most appreciated. I do appreciate all of the help you have been. I am gradually getting myself set up to start tying spiders again. I hope to use all of this information for lesson plans in future fly tying classes. I want to do soft hackle classes next winter.
Thanks for all of the answers and files that you sent!!

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Re: Spider Booklet - Rolling Rivers

Postby Kelly L. » Wed Jan 29, 2014 1:17 pm

Okay I sent you the straight eyed pdf.
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