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clown fish
Published by 24links24
03-19-2011
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im 15 just got into tying and wanted to know if this is any good
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By MoscaPescador on 03-19-2011, 09:37 AM
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Dude,
You are off to a good start. It's better than anything that I can pull off. If you want to improve on it, you need to be able to pack in more hair.

Here is a professionally tied fly by Northern California tier, Steve Potter.

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By 24links24 on 03-19-2011, 09:58 AM
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to put the feathers in it has to have fishing line on the hook i know how to do that but how to pack more in
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