Pike Duster - Inspired by some large, colorful saddles and an ordinary feather duster, this pike fly is voluminous and voluptuous. - Global FlyFisher

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Step 10 - more feathers


Repeat tying in several rings of feathers in the same manner, moving forward a bit for each row.

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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Pike Flies
Large and gaudy flies for the toothy predators of the northern hemisphere.