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    1. gotchasr

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      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Kirkland, WA, USA.
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      Date: 1-18-04
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    Kent Lufkin

    Remember when you could remember everything?
    This size 14 PT is based on a Dave Hughes recipe. It's weighted with 5 or 6 turns of lead wire, and uses dark olive PT fibers for the tail, abdomen, legs and wingcase plus 3 twisted strands of peacock herl for the thorax. The legs and wingcase are from the same group of ten or so fibers tied in with the tips forward over the eye. Once the peacock thorax is tied in, divide the legs to each side, pull back and secure before pulling the remaining fibers back toward the eye to form the wingcase. Add a few strands of flashabou to the wingcase fibers and/or a drop of epoxy or UV Knot Sense on the wingcase for variations.
    #1 1-18-04 8:20pm

    nice job fortuna.
    #2 1-18-04 8:49pm

    Very nicely done!!
    #3 1-19-04 11:50pm

    Those don't work.
    #4 2-21-06 7:42pm

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