Friday, June 8, 2018

The Friday Funhouse

The Video of the Week

This is an interesting 1970s/early 1980s video by Jack Hargreaves on the Green Drake fly.

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This Miller's Reversible is a superb lure, especially in the box.

They don't come rarer than this Chippendale spinning reel.

Loving this Pflueger Globe in the bOx.

This Heddon Strawberry Sport "OO" in the box is beautiful.

This Heddon Tiny Torpedo in pike scale is breaking the bank.

This CCBC Husky Musky has the Pflueger archives tag on it!

LOVE ThesePhillipson Dry Fly Specials.

You won't see many Pflueger Playfair Minnows around.

A green Penn 9MS in a late box is attracting widespread interest.

Nothing prettier than Pflueger Argyle on an Underwater Minnow.

This is a super rare Round Meisselbach Tak-A-Part.

Wow, I love this Julius vom Hofe Fly Reel.

As always, have a great weekend -- and be good to each other, and yourself.

-- Dr. Todd


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Unknown said...

Thanks for the film Todd, - I remember Jack Hargreaves from a UK TV programme called "How" in which he would explain various country crafts and traditions alongside three other presenters, each with their own area of expertise. Seeing the film of the Nadder reminds me of my own first river, the Whiteadder, from which I chose my "Nomme de Net"

Best wishes for the future of the Blog.
Andy Crisp
aka Whiteadder
Whiteadder's Virtual fly Fishing Museum

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