Made some other form of traditional fishing tackle.
- Crucian Carp
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No need to Tinca with those they look perfect! Respect
"I can't wait to buy a bamboo pole and a filament of line and a tube of breadcrumbs. I want to participate in this practice which allows a man to be alone with himself in dignity and peace. It seems a very precious thing to me".
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Fantastic stuff and exquisitely painted Evert.
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I think they are gorgeous.
Fish come and go, but it is the memory of afternoons on the stream that endure
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Fantastic detail there sir!
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Those are beautiful. ".....first attempt" . Blimey!
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Thank you for your kind words gentleman, i think i do a few more after this :-)
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Really lovely Evert, you are an artisan indeed.
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Those are stunning. First attempt? I doubt mine would be as good after a life time of practice. Really lovely.
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I am very impressed. Do you plan do any other species?
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