Grow your own - Fly Tying feathers :)

 


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    My new flock of ducks and chickens. A decent variety to choose from. They are only 4 months old, so they'll change a bit more, but you can see they have some feathers worth messing with at the vise...



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    1. chadk

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    chadk

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    They drop a lot of feathers as they molt. I find I can hardly walk through the yard without stopping to pick up a few to tie with. I have a jar at my station I stick them in. I'll throw up a few patterns I've used them in later.
    #1 6-30-08 4:35am

    Paul Huffman

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    And raid that duck's ass for CDCs.
    #2 6-30-08 9:20pm

    chadk

    Be the guide...
    The swedish blue on the upper left is a male\drake and the redish rooster rips into it a few times a day to let him know who's in charge. So I have a few nice clumps of feathers from the tail end that I think will work for cdc.
    #3 6-30-08 10:39pm


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