Pile of flies need a good home

I have approximately 1200 flies that need a good home. I have broken them down by color and pattern, for the most part. Each group is bagged separately. Will sell flies for 75 cents apiece. Mix and match as you please. Email me for message me on facebook if interested. Thanks a bunch! Paul

  1. Gray Larvae- size 20-24       30 flies
  2. Tan and Sand Larvae- size 18-24       58 flies
  3. Brown Larvae -  size 20-24     15 flies
  4. Tan, Olive, Mahagony larvae (Midge and Baetis)- size 18-24  72 flies
  5. Black Zebra midge- size 18-24  80 flies
  6. Olive, brown Zebra midge- size 18-24  50 flies
  7. Orange larvae- size 18-24   60 flies
  8. Red larvae- size 18-24  72 flies
  9. Mercury bead in red, olive, gray- size 18-24  92 flies
  10. Disco midge emergers- size 20-24   40 flies
  11. KF emergers- size 20-24   64 flies
  12. Antron midge and baetis emergers- size 18-24  70 flies
  13. Foam emergers midge and baetis- size 18-24   36 flies
  14. Various colors and size, midge and baetis larvae and pupae- 220 flies
  15. Assorted pheasant tails, hares ears, scuds, scintilla midges, caddis larvae and worms- 120 flies
  16. Gold Larvae- size 20-24  36 flies
  17. Crème Larvae- size 20-24 32 flies

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A little off topic

I recently became one of the shotgun coaches at our school. Last Friday we did our first shoot. We loaded up the boys in the school van, 4 shotguns, and headed over to the range. I guess it is not really a range, it was an old dump that has been covered up but has a huge area that is surrounded by dirt mounds that is perfect for shooting. Aaron brought the thrower and we were set. A little background on our team. 3 of boys are 7th graders, the other a freshman. All have never shot a shotgun, nor a gun, in their lives except for a pellet gun and maybe a .22. To say the boys were excited and a little nervous would be an understatement. We have been going over safety and techniques for the last 3 weeks, 2-3 days a week so the boys were itching to do some live fire. Wish I had thought to take some picture, next time. Overall, the boys did fantastic, 3 of the 4 hit their first clay pigeon which I find amazing. I have seen adults miss 25 or 30 in row before hitting their first target. The oldest boy hit 7 in a row at one point. We are really excited to keep practicing and getting ready for our first official shoot in February. PULL!!!