Teesdale flies

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hankaye
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Re: Teesdale flies

Post by hankaye » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:14 pm

Howdy All;

I have always been of the opinion the it ain't the size of the package
it's what is with-in, that makes the value of anything.

hank
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zen leecher
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Re: Teesdale flies

Post by zen leecher » Tue Jun 30, 2020 6:22 pm

cheaper in the USA.
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Re: Teesdale flies

Post by joaniebo » Mon Jul 13, 2020 4:48 pm

I'm noticing somewhat of a trend that some "authors" are taking the old fly tying / fishing books that are out of print / copyright and then doing "their own book", reprinting the out-of- copyright book and then adding some additional comments / pictures of their own to make a "newer book" to sell.

Personally, if I'm interested in the info from one of the older authors, I'll just simply go to the Project Gutenburd site (or other sites) and download the old, original book in either pdf or text version.

Bob
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