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Old 02-05-2013, 10:15 AM
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Default Re: Craft fur for Clousers?

just about any fiber, natural or synthetic thats long and stringy can be used to tie clousers.

as for buck tails, if you want better quality or saltwater fly size you will pay more

and you will pay more for different treatments being added to buck tails

examples

Fly Tying: Natural Hair & Fur at BEARSDEN.COM

chunklets?? new tying term??
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