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Fly Patterns with tag peacock herl

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Beauly Snow Fly
tied by: Fly Tyer Guy

Rusty Rat
tied by: bobfly

No name wet fly
tied by: Joe Hard

'a simple' "BEAUFORTH MOTH" by Hardy on a 2/0 hook
tied by: geraldsherbrook

Braid Midge Bloodworm
tied by: siestafred

Erin-Go-Bragh
tied by: martin1

Royal Wulff
tied by: FlySlinger

No Name Yet
tied by: Kyle Hand

copper camo john
tied by: VERN-O

Grey Ghost
tied by: Gerhardt Andersen

Moe Egg Sucking Leech
tied by: alsickles

Bronco Salmon Fly
tied by: jbrowning

"Gray Ghost" Stevens
tied by: Brk Trt

Danish Wet
tied by: chrisfish

Christmas Chironomid
tied by: Fry Flier

Gray Hackle Peacock
tied by: Fontinalis

Alder
tied by: jcstikfish

Peacock Midge, Brown
tied by: lightkeeper07

Playin' with feather n' metals
tied by: TYR

TH Prince
tied by: Shoe

Waffle Cone
tied by: Pelhament

Kiwi
tied by: wso1401

caddis larva ^ ^
tied by: R-7

Pink Lady CS
tied by: bobfly

Upside-down Mayfly
tied by: temno pivo

Pheasant Tail
tied by: ifishallday

Mystic Eyes
tied by: birdy_34

zinn's bug
tied by: john wolfe

Hummingbird
tied by: fly tyer 27

Green Arsed Klink
tied by: dwiltshire

Steelhead Stimulator
tied by: Fly1

Brassie
tied by: marius.girju
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