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From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted November 30th 2012


If you mean "trout fly" (I guess throut is a typo) then the reply is yes, Fleye Foils can be used for any fly that's supposed to look like a small fish. Lots of trout have been caught on flies tied with Fleye Foils.


From: Odd-Julian Martinsen · oddmarti·at·  Link
Submitted November 30th 2012

Was on your web-side and find this "Fleye Foils" which can be tied in different type of fly( sand a.s.o. ).
My question is, can this Fleys Foils also be used for tying throut fly.

GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·  Link
Submitted November 25th 2012


It was actually 15 + 4...

The problem was that 15 were registered from Giancarlo Donninelli and 4 from giancarlo donninelli (no capitals), so you were considered as two different persons!

That has been fixed now and no matter how the letters are mixed your name is the same:

And thanks for your excellent videos.


From: Giancarlo - Full name and email anonymized  Link
Submitted November 25th 2012

good day, I sent 19 dressing in my name and not 15 as reported by your site.
Best regards from ITALY Giancarlo Donninelli

From: wayne wilson · wurz25·at·  Link
Submitted June 22nd 2009

i am having trouble sourcing the manufacturer or suppliers of Crystal Seal that is used for an under wing in Shane Stalcup's bead diving caddis. I live in the uk. I would be grateful if anyone can help me on this matter. Thanks.

From: francis · francis.colnet·at·  Link
Submitted December 17th 2005

Wonderful ! Your website is wonderful, thank you very much, a great moment of dream in our poor world !!
A french flyfisher

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