A tying journal

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jcwillow777
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Re: A tying journal

Post by jcwillow777 » Sat Jul 24, 2021 10:27 am

letumgo wrote: Thu Jul 15, 2021 11:36 am I use PowerPoint to capture photos of my fly patterns, then use the "Speaker Notes" feature to capture the detailed recipe for each pattern. I've been doing this for many years, so I've got several hundred patterns documented. A few years ago, I made up a photo book with all the photos.

LINK SHOWING PHOTOBOOK: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6557
Wow, very impressive and professional Ray!!! I don't do anything. Note to self, "Maybe you should!"
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Re: A tying journal

Post by davidriley » Fri Aug 06, 2021 4:35 am

I post most of my tyings to an album on Flickr. I started doing this mainly because I tend to forget some of the dressings.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/dsriley1/ ... 1507258408



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Re: A tying journal

Post by DUBBN » Fri Aug 06, 2021 7:25 am

I post to Facebook. It works well for me.
I include the river, the patterns used, and any information that might be relevant.

The good thing in my opinion is, Facebook shows me what I posted on that day ever since I joined. It is a good little reminder.

My friends and family think I am nuts for posting it there. The truth is, I post the info as a reminder to myself. Not for them.

Having my FB settings set to pvt., prevents my posts from being used to hotspot local fisheries.

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Ron Eagle Elk
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Re: A tying journal

Post by Ron Eagle Elk » Sat Aug 07, 2021 9:20 am

Great idea, Wayne. Lots of folks are doing that, they just don't set their page to "private", putting all the good spots on FB for all the world to see. Then wonder why their favorite spot is suddenly crowded and over-fished.
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