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    Default Of bucktails and feathers

    A few streamers with a nod to the classics but tied with some modern substitutes.
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    Nice, Bill. That little bit o' flash will serve you well!
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    Bill, nice streamers, I like everyone of them.....thanks for sharing the photo.
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    Is that a peacock herl body?? looks like a take on the Edison Tiger, no one ties and fishes the Edison Tiger anymore do they? You know I have a couple in the box though don't you Bill

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    SWEEET. I love these streamers. I am a streamer fanatic though. You did a great job on this bunch, that is for sure.
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    Thanks guys, I'm enamored with these streamers there simple to tie but they just look awesome in the water. I did do a few Edson Dark Tigers last night without the brass cheeks, there proving hard to find! I need to pick up some more barred wood duck for the Light Tiger, kinda funny how the Dark sports the yellow body and the Light wears peacock I guess their names come from the wing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wt bash View Post
    Thanks guys, I'm enamored with these streamers there simple to tie but they just look awesome in the water. I did do a few Edson Dark Tigers last night without the brass cheeks, there proving hard to find! I need to pick up some more barred wood duck for the Light Tiger, kinda funny how the Dark sports the yellow body and the Light wears peacock I guess their names come from the wing?
    I just got some of those brass cheeks. I have a source. PM on the way.
    As long as I get a bite, I don't want to leave!

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