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- American born living in northwest england I love fly fishing and fly tying. I'm a retired cctv operator and had 40 years of security work before that following eight yeasr service in the US Air Force in Japan, Okinawa, Vietnam, West Germnany, North Dakota and Washington state emigrating here to england in 1971. I also enjoy listening to 1960s and 70s music, do oil and watercolour painting and wildlife sketching. I'm celebrating 42 years of marriage on August 30 th with a daughter who lives in north London with her husband and seventeen month old grand daughter Jessica and a son who emigrated to Brisbane, Australia in 2007 with his wife and two daughters Chloe and Abbiegail. I have an older half sister who lives in eastern South Dakota and a younger brother who lives in eastern Washington.
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Trying to gather in what you said in your post. I have never heard of "boilie bait" before or boilie stops so that threw me off for starters. But apparently they are like bead chain? This sounds like it could be a good story. So, where do we get these things over here in the colonies?
Hi Byron. I tried to make album for you in here under your name, but it won't let me. I can open one here but it will be under my name....
I'm stuck indoors.. Guessing i'll do some tying all weekend, for when i can get out i'll have some flies.
Hi Byron. I'm interested in how different fishing is in England.... Cool.. it'll be like me taking a trip but not.. Thanks Bryon....