Monday, March 25, 2013

Fly Swap Summary Page Complete

Not sure where you would go to find a more kick-butt summary of carp fly goodness than the now complete Fly-Carpin 2013 Fly Swap Summary Page.



Thanks to all the swappers for putting so much love into their submissions.  The quality and creativity of these flies was incredible.  

Thanks to CarpPro for the multi-faceted support.  Thanks to Orvis for the fly boxes.  Thanks to Trout's and INTHERIFFLE for stickers.  

I declare thee done.  Kaput!  Next up, the Fly-Carpin fly fishing for carp guide directory!

15 comments:

  1. McTage,

    The whole of the new lay out is very well done, to say nothing of the Fly Swap! I veritable dictionary of carp flies. Thanks to you and all the donors of any sort!

    Gregg

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  2. Why do I net see any berry flies? I had good success on mulberry flies last year.

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    1. 6 over to the right, 5 down from the top in the montage picture. Or find it in the summary page under "Anderson's Berry Go Plop". A sinking berry instead of a floater but a berry pattern nevertheless.

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  3. Awesome...turned that photo into my new screen saver. I am starting to walk the pond and river banks looking for them...

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    1. It is certainly time to start looking long and hard just about wherever you live.

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  4. Wow! Trevor definitely you have done a good job. Congratulations for the swappers too, I'm sure these patterns will work with carp around here.

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    1. Oh yeah, I am sure that at least some of them would at least work and would be stunned if one or two wouldn't be killer with as much variety as we got this year.

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  5. Great job Trevor. You did so well you could probably charge an admission fee for next years.

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    1. Well thanks Kev! That seems unlikely but is a very cool compliment.

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  6. NZFF,

    Anderson's Berry Go Plop has us covered. It seems that many people live outside the Mulberrie's range I would guess.

    Gregg

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    1. None here Gregg. At least that I know of!

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  7. Thanks again for all of the work you do on this. Absolutely top notch.

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  8. Hí Trevor, very good job. Thank you.
    I like this carp patterns.
    Greetings
    David
    www.romanillosflyfishing.com

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  9. I salute you for taking the time to do this! Its been really cool. Hope to be back next year!
    Zach

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