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Re: Olives

Post by hankaye » Sat Jul 29, 2017 9:54 am

Old/New Hat, Howdy;

In your 1st. post all I see is the word " image " where you inserted your pix.
Further down the page I can see your image (looks outstanding, as usual).

I have a vacuum where the tech part of my brain is supposed to be so I rely
on folks like you and Ray to sort things out. If y'all aint on the case then I try
to find a third grader with a parent to sort it out :roll: , :? , :lol: .


PS. Thanks to you and the rest of the techie types that help us monolithic rocks
try to understand this stuff.
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Re: Olives

Post by fly_fischa » Tue Aug 01, 2017 6:43 pm

Hmmm, that's just gorgeous Carl, beautiful proportions and material choices. I also can only see the last image u posted.
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Re: Olives

Post by tjd » Mon Aug 28, 2017 5:11 am


That's a great looking fly. It will be a great Sept/Oct (and beyond) pattern on those cool, wet, and gray days that the olives favor.
Nicely done, sir.


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