FS/WTT Cleaned out the tying bench

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  1. So I went through my tying desk over the last few days, and I finally have some sort of organization. While organizing, I found that I had way too much of the same things in the same colors etc.... So I put together a few lots of items I am looking to sell together. Most things are brand new, some have been used a little. Nothing here is depleted. I have pics of everything but there are like 30 of them so I ask if you want pics, please PM me for pics of what lots you may be interested in. All prices include shipping.

    Lot 1:

    16 packs of craft fur / streamer hair
    10 patches of elk / deer hair
    12 calf tails
    7 fox / coyote masks

    All for $45

    Lot 2:

    30 packs of rabbit zonker strips
    28 packs of all kinds of dubbing
    20 packs of random rubber things. V-Rib, scud back, legs etc....

    All for $80

    Lot 3:

    20 packs of glo-bug material
    18 packs of trout beads

    All for $50

    Lot 4:

    24 packs of fishair, polar fibre, super hair
    42 packs of flashabou, Krystal flash, lite brite

    All for $80

    Lot 5:

    24 packs of marabou
    12 packs of golden pheasant, peacock, biots
    26 random hackle pieces

    All for $80

    Lot 6:

    60 spools of thread and wire. UNI, UTC, Danville
    90 packs of assorted chenille

    All for $80

    Lot 7:

    17 assorted hackles - Grizzly, Cree, badger etc...
    5 whole bird skins - pheasant, partridge, etc....

    All for $150

    Lot 8:

    25 packs of beads, nymph heads and lead eyes
    36 packs of hooks. Mostly nymph and dry fly hooks with some octopus

    All for $80

    Please PM for pics and questions. Thanks

  2. Are the hackles all rooster capes/saddles or are these more soft hackle/hen/salt water feathers?
  3. All that is extra? How much stuff do you have?????
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  4. pm sent
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