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Introducing The Two Guys With Flys


Just when you thought you had seen it all. Just when you thought what in the world can I get for a unique and different Christmas present,Fathers Day gift,or executive gift-- along comes a fun and unique gift just in time for this years' Christmas season. FLY TACKS, a new product from TWO GUYS WITH FLYS, INK, previously the makers of nothing!! FLY TACKS are handsomely, hand-tied flies from Oregon, that are PUSHPINS. That's right, no more boring bulletin boards around the office. Who wouldn't like to have the latest company memo held in place by the ever present - GREEN BUTTED SKUNK? Everyone will notice the latest pay scale increases when they are posted by the always popular - EGG SUCKING LEECH. Got a co-worker that always claims he couldn't find your message? Stick it to his pile with a MUDDLER MINNOW, and he is sure to get the point!!!!

All kidding aside, fishermen and non-fishermen alike, will enjoy these conversation pieces,and the gold plated pushpins are a handsome addition to any bulletin board.

FLY TACKS are the brainstorm of two really bored fishermen in Oregon who obviously have been spending too much time playing with their flies. After deciding their flies were obviously not going to catch any fish, they found the best use for them - holding up their losing lottery tickets, and thus FLY TACKS were born.

The two corporate moguls, who obviously have no sense of timing, have come out with their product just in time to miss all the Christmas catalogs. They have no budget for advertising and are hoping to cash in on the lucrative free business article strategy. Stoly Hackle, winner of the annual CEO coin flip, is hoping to get thousands of orders so P.D. Good, Production Manager, will be forced to spend the holidays assembling FLY TACKS in his living room. Not to mention the five-dollar bet that Hackle will cash in on if he manages to get five orders from this venture. FLY TACKS are the perfect gift for every fisherman or fisherwomen on your holiday giving list. FLY TACKS make a great conversation piece in the office, and are the perfect way to liven up the usually dull bulletin board. Your boss will love them!

Fly Tacks have already been featured in numerous newspapers,like the Times Picayune,Reno Gazette, and Sacramento Bee.The "Two Guys" have appeared on the Portland Oregon morning show as well as several radio interviews.They have even been recommended by Cosmopolitan Magazine as: "One of the gifts to get that NEW GUY you are dating."

If you can't trust Cosmo--who can you trust!!!

TWO GUYS WITH FLYS, INK. also have t-shirts and bumper stickers available, as well as several other fly products. All flys are beautifully hand-tied. Some are tied by" ex-friends" who had to meet the original deadline for production!!

FLY TACKS come in two flavors - I mean styles, TROUT FLY TACKS and STEELHEAD FLY TACKS. For $19.95 + $5.00 shipping, handling, and first aid costs. You will receive four beautifully hand-tied flys on gold plated push pins, sent to you in a plastic case, which can be used as a fly box for your "outdoor fly experiences."

If you get tired of looking at those flys on your bulletin board--simply grab a hammer and destroy your fly tack--and you will have common ordinary hand tied flys that you can go fishing with. PLUS you still have 4 gold plated pushpins that a guy named "Franco" in Rhode Island worked so hard to produce... BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE... no wait..... I guess there isn't more--so hurry up and order before P.D. does that "nanner-nanner I told you so thing"-- I hate that.

Order from: TWO GUYS WITH FLYS, INK., 9 east 4th st., Medford, Or. 97501 www.twoguyswithflys.com

Or you can call a live person at: 541-941-0139

"Used" Fly Tacks available for media upon written request.

A.J. Klott
Author, writer of fishing humor,and "fly tack" peddler.A.J. writes about the people,characters and modern day events that surround the fishing world. His first book is due out in December of 2005. If you need a laugh or a fun gift, visit his website at: http://www.twoguyswithflys.com


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