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Tying The Most Durable Peacock Herl Bodies

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Tying The Most Durable Peacock Herl Bodies

Postby Karl Klavon » Fri Aug 31, 2018 11:37 am

I am going to put an address that will allow you to click on Phil Rowley's Bullet Proof Prince Nymph Tying Video to see the most durable way to construct peacock herl bodies and collar/thoraxes: Enjoy....Karl.
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