Notes and Observations:
  • Size and Prep ALL Dry Fly Hackle Before Tying!
  • Be Weary of Elk/Deer Hair that contains Broken/Damaged Hair. It is a pain.
  • Practice, Practice, Practice.

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  1. Thanks guys, it was my intention to have these tied over the fall/winter but didn’t get around to it. The July/September terrestrial/big fly/hopper season has motivated me to get the job taken care of. 4 dozen in three colors in #12 and #14. I’m a bit better with hackle and deer hair now.

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