Published Apr 7. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

Thank You NSflyfishing.com

I wanted to give a huge thank you to Gary Fraser and the admins over at NSflyfishing.com for their huge contribution of flies for the project. The...

I wanted to give a huge thank you to Gary Fraser and the admins over at NSflyfishing.com for their huge contribution of flies for the project. The folks over at NSflyfishing.com put together a killer selection of Atlantic salmon flies for us to auction off and raise some funds towards the project goals. Below are a few pictures from the box Gary sent over. We'll be putting it on auction along with the March 365 streamers Sunday evening.

Flies from http://nsflyfishing.com/


Flies from http://nsflyfishing.com/


Flies from http://nsflyfishing.com/


Flies from http://nsflyfishing.com/
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This is so generous of them. I am sure that this contribution is going to be a great fund raiser.

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Darren we were glad to do it as a group. The flies were donated by our moderators Mike MacKinnon, Robbie Hiltz, Roland Pentz, Dan Depres and Myself. We are all big fans of your 365 project and love to help you out anyway we can.

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Darren we were all glad we could help out with such a great project.

Mike

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Darren,
Congrats on a unique and awesome project! We were glad to do a little to help you achieve your Streamer 365 goals!

Dan Despres

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What a great bunch of flies, excellent work!

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