Flymphs and Spiders (Tyed by Bill "Tie2Fish" Shuck)

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Re: Flymphs and Spiders (Tyed by Bill "Tie2Fish" Shuck)

Post by zen leecher » Sat Nov 07, 2020 3:15 pm

I'm not sure but I believe the display I have is the same one Ray has. I'd post a picture if I could figure out how. I think I just did
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Re: Flymphs and Spiders (Tyed by Bill "Tie2Fish" Shuck)

Post by letumgo » Sat Nov 07, 2020 6:57 pm

:D Wow! I am delighted to see that there is more than one of these sets in the world. Outstanding reminder of Bill’s talent. :D
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Re: Flymphs and Spiders (Tyed by Bill "Tie2Fish" Shuck)

Post by Theroe » Tue Nov 10, 2020 2:58 pm

zen leecher wrote: Sat Nov 07, 2020 3:15 pm I'm not sure but I believe the display I have is the same one Ray has. I'd post a picture if I could figure out how. I think I just didIMG_0702.jpg
Nope - NOT IT...... send immediately to Theroe......we would NOT WANT YOU to have an improper set, would we??

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Re: Flymphs and Spiders (Tyed by Bill "Tie2Fish" Shuck)

Post by DOUGSDEN » Sun Nov 22, 2020 9:51 pm

Ray,
This is a beautiful post and I really appreciate you doing this for everyone to see! Bill and I swapped flies for several years and I always looked forward to seeing the small boxes on our dining room table with his particular hand writing on the label! It was like Christmas! Although I don't have these really cool sets, I have many of his beautiful works in my special "Bill Box" and some on the wall of fame in my den! They are like small jewels so perfectly put together in his own unique way! Many would have to admit that watching Bill tie was akin to watching a great artist at work especially when he tied flymphs! And, like so many of you, Bill had the knack for making materials do what he wanted them to do to look so life like! His talent at the vice and behind the rod was incredible!
Again, thank you Ray for sharing these treasures! It brought back so many good memories of our good friend Bill!
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