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Fly Tying Material: Dyed Peacock Herl

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A little blurry with the cropping, but you get a sense of the segmentation and fibers/barbs of the peacock herl, which in this instance was dyed. This is an excellent material for smaller abdomens, thorax and heads.


1 Response to “Fly Tying Material: Dyed Peacock Herl”


  1. 1 joseph Russell
    March 15, 2014 at 11:35

    I heared they have smaller peacock eyes for smaller flies like # 20 I have not seen them but it would be nice for some smaller patterns .

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