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Please be aware of feathers used in Europe my be illegal in the USA

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44 minutes ago, flytire said:

Please be aware of feathers used in Europe my be illegal in the USA

I believe that all of the suggested substitutes are legal here.

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Good post, @flytire.

He has a lot of great videos on his channel if you enjoy tying and fishing traditional, olde Englifh patternf.  

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17 hours ago, flytire said:

Part 2

https://youtu.be/Z0U1SRao7Ss

Please be aware of feathers used in Europe my be illegal in the USA

Thanks for posting this Norm-  I really enjoy Roberts Smith's youtube channel and blog.  The guy really knows North Country spiders!

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On 3/3/2021 at 6:20 PM, redietz said:

I believe that all of the suggested substitutes are legal here.

With possibly one or two exceptions (e.g. it is legal to hunt Wilson's Snipe in most states), it is illegal to sell or even possess most of the species mentioned in this video in the USA.

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52 minutes ago, haziz said:

With possibly one or two exceptions (e.g. it is legal to hunt Wilson's Snipe in most states), it is illegal to sell or even possess most of the species mentioned in this video in the USA.

The original feathers, yes.  He suggests substitutes for most of them, such as Brahma hen for corncrake, woodcock for cuckoo, hen mallard for curlew.  All the substitutes are legal, as I posted in the first place.  (Also, coot hunting is legal here, no sub needed.)

 

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