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  1. Hi, Here's a fly I made a couple of years ago. The picture below is from 2012. I hope you like it. Kind regards Ville Peacock fly Hook: Partridge Salar CS14/1G, size 3. Thread : Black 8/0 UNI-Cord. Tail: Peacock neck feather. Body: Peacock eye feather. Hackle: Peacock neck feather. Wing: Golden pheasant crest. Peacock sword feather. Cheeks: Junglecock. Topping: Golden pheasant crest. Head: Black varnish.
  2. WOW.......... So I have tied midges and San Juan worms well and I am happy with doing so..... However dealing with Peacock and other feathers I think I have a HEAVY hand....... If there are tips and tricks I am open to all advice! Mike
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