>
> There was a fly I saw several years ago, think it was in the first
> 'Flytyers Almanac', that used the quill as an under body for a sandeel
> pattern. Looked pretty good to.
>

The lengths of herl are also used as an over wing on saltwater patterns.

Ashley

>
> *
> Now, I have a Question.*  All of us use peacock herl in making fly bodys,
> etc. but how do ya'll use
> the rest of the feather. This is a Dumb question I know, but I don't know
> the answer.  And, as ya'll
> know, this Ole Texan ain't bashful.
>
> JD
>
>
> Niclas Runarsson wrote:
>
> I'm grateful for being welcome to Teresa's cross-stitch boxes. Glass beads,
> sparkle yarns etc.
> But imagine the same kind of freedom to this chick's wardrobe. LOL
>
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