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  1. Short answer, Yes. So long as you buy a full neck so you can take feathers from right & left. Look for the curved ones so when tied, bend downward toward the hook. Check out the chinese necks from Wapsi.
  2. Sorry can't paste the right page. Go to "the assemblies", then click on the "blue star" fly. Check out the dye job on that plume!
  3. Look at this, & if you have some time, checkout his whole site. His flies have been published in mags & books including "Spey & Dee flies" http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=e...jpdessaigne.com
  4. Thany you very much. It is the most reasonably priced so far.
  5. I know that this is not the place for it, but I can only post on the trading floor with a certain # of posts. I am looking for a copy of this book."Flies for Atlantic Salmon by Dick Stewart, Farrow Allen" Willing to buy or trade for. thanks.
  6. Nice! Have you ever experimented with dyed coq de leon ?
  7. This fly(especially tied with the PB) is very productive for me in low light conditions in Gaspe & Quebec north shore salar rivers. I also get good results with landlocks. Tying classic patterns in differrent color PB, inmo adds a more attractive aspect to these fish. Thanks for posting.
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