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A trio

A Bornholm fish

In the rocks

A kelt

Beautiful fish

A large fish

Raccoon sea trout

Chrstian with a bent rod

A handful

The red spot

A box full

Ready for the coast

Variations

Materials, colors

The finished Raccoon

Two section Raccoon

A Raccoon box

Eivind Berulfsen

Raccoon coffee

Step 1 - start thread

Step 2 - select feather

Step 3 - prepare feather

Step 4 - tie in feather

Step 5 - wrap hackle

Step 6 -cut feather, save remains

Step 7 - press down

Step 8 - tie down

Step 9 - tie in eyes

Step 10 - cover with dubbing

Step 11 - tie in hackle

Step 12 - wrap

Step 13 - cut and save remains

Step 14 - tie down hackle

Step 15 - dub front

Step 16 - add the final hackle

Step 17 - press down

Step 18 - tie down

Step 19 - form a head

Step 20 - whip finish and cut

Step 21 - varnish

The finished Racoon

Round and fluffy

When wet

A Berulfsen Raccoon

Ready to go back

Calle Eklind - Trond Hagen - Martin Joergensen - Eivind Berulfsen