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Old 26th May 2014, 16:59
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Default Peacock flies

Hook: Partridge Salar CS14/1G, size 3.
Thread : Black 8/0 UNI-Cord.
Tail: Peacock neck feather.
Body: Peacock eye feather.
Hackle: Peacock neck feather.
Wing: Golden pheasant crest. Peacock sword feather.
Cheeks: Junglecock.
Topping: Golden pheasant crest.
Head: Black varnish.



Hook: Terry Griffith Classic Salmon, size 1/0.
Thread : Black 8/0 UNI-Cord.
Tail: Peacock neck feather.
Body: 1/2 Peacock eye feather, middle hackle peacock neck feather, 1/2 peacock eye feather.
Hackle: Peacock neck feather.
Wing: Junglecock, peacock eye feather.
Head: Black varnish.

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Old 15th July 2014, 08:48
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Default Re: Peacock flies

These are gorgeous! Thanks for posting.

Suggest you also post these on flyfishing.co.uk - they will love them on there.

Cheers

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