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Here's the rules for the swap - any fly pattern that uses feathers/quills from either a breed of partidge, pheasant or quail is welcome - either wet or dry patterns. Sign-up is limited to the first 12 registarants and ALL LEVEL tyers are most welcome to join. If you are a new to tying flies and/or this is your first swap please PM me and let me know - I am most happy to address any of your questions/concerns so you can decide if a fly swap is something you'd like to try out. I am retired and check the site at least once daily, so you should get a response from me within 24 hours in most cases Registration will run until 10/1/2021 and flies are due to me by 11/6/2021 (due to Thanksgiving BUT don't wait 'till the last minute!🙄). As always please include toe tags on your flies that include at least your screen handle and the name of your pattern, your swap box (with your screen handle), and a SASE. Please include the name of your pattern choice when you register (or as soon as possible afterwards). I (the Swapmeister) reserve the right to deny a pattern if at's already been taken by someone else. If, for any reason, there are less than 6 people registered by 10/1 a descion will be made at that time to extend the registration date or cancel the swap. As always please keep in touch with me if there are any questions/concerns/unanticipated challenges. As usual, with all my swaps, a fly tying gift or two is included for each swapper. And, please have FUN! Kim 1 - Woodenlegs - received 2 - vicrider - received 3 - niveker - Red Clock - received 4 - DarrellP - Soft Hackle PT 5 - John1986 6 - danthebugman - The Bug - received 7 - mikemac1 - Hare's Ear Carey Special - received 8 - fishingbobnelson - Partridge and Green - received 9 - J-Kno - Frenchie - received 10 - jacktjl - Yellow Hammer Variant - recieved
As a quail hunter, I frequently harvest and bring home bobwhite quail that I know I can use to tie many of the flies I already tie with store-bought materials. What fly patterns could I tie with the feathers found on a bobwhite quail?