Thursday, December 1, 2016

Tying Bob Warren's Cutty Sark





Trying something new here.  I've created a "book" for this blog post which you can safely access here:     http://online.fliphtml5.com/jvrx/prhi/#p=1

I want to thank Bill Carpan at http://www.rivermagic.ca/  for helping me figure out how to do this.  I hope you'll enjoy the "book"!

Cheers!
Gary

12 comments:

  1. What a beautiful way of honoring a friend!
    Really nicely done, Gary!
    Have to say that I occasionally swing the Cutty thanks to you. (And of course, Mr. Warren).

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    1. Thanks, John. I have to admit to tears in my eyes as I wrote the last page.

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  2. An absolutely wonderful tribute, Gary.

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  3. Great tribute!!!
    A nice step by step instruction for this pattern. Nicely tied-mine never look that good-- I guess I will get you to tye them for me.
    I am so happy that I was able to get Bob to sign my copy of Stewart and Allen's manual. I will cherish it forever!!

    Brian C

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    1. Thanks, Brian...you can have Cutty's any time you want them!

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  4. I can only join everyone else in complimenting you on the wonderful tribute, and on a beautifully tied fly! Thank you!

    Rich

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    1. Thanks, Rich. Bob was one of a kind.

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  5. these would be the same GG flosses I acquired from the lone vendor in the great North America a few years ago?
    Nice post - the book is a great way to put together the SBS...

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  6. That would be the very same flosses, Eunan, from that very same lone vendor. I just scored another HUGE spool of the good green. I guess I'll be tying at Somerset...I'll have some spools for you. Glad you enjoyed the blog!

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  7. Well done Gary !! My hat is off to you for honoring your friend. A wonderful tribute !!

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  8. Thank you, Mike! Hoping everyone has figured out that the stupid link opens the post on page 6, not page 1! You can easily back track to page 1, though.

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