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Screamed Lady Jane. “Och, no,” said the policeman equably, moving past the outraged lady and pouring himself another cup of coffee. “It will be them Hielan nudges. ” He ambled back to his armchair by the window and sat down, nursing his coffee cup. “I shall write to that man’s superior officer,” muttered Lady Jane. ” “I reckon we’ll just help ourselves, honey,” said Amy Roth sweetly. Seeing that there was going to be no pleasant chatter over the cups, John Cartwright decided to begin his lecture.

Now you must learn to tie these sections of leader together to form the tapering whole. The knot we use for this is called a blood knot. If you haven’t tied this thin nylon before, you’ll find it very difficult. ” “I saw some of these leader things already tapered in a fishing shop,” said Lady Jane crossly. ” Heather’s calm voice sounded from the doorway, and John heaved a sign of relief. “I am Heather Cartwright. Good morning, everybody. ” “Commercially tied leaders are obtainable in knotless forms,” said Heather, advancing into the room.

Now, watch closely and I’ll show you how to do it. You can go off and fish the Marag if you want, Major,” added Heather. ” “No experts in fly fishing,” said the major heartily. “Always something to learn. ” Alice Wilson wrestled with the knot. She would get one side of it right only to discover that the other side had miraculously unravelled itself. The child, Charlie, was neatly tying knots as if he had fallen out of his cradle doing so. ” she whispered. ” “No, I think that’s cheating,” said the child severely.

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