What to look for when buying... - This article series will give some tips on buying tying materials, and go through different groups of common materials like hackle, bucktail and hair. - Global FlyFisher

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In large and seemingly uniform selections of tying materials, you will often find a bag or two with better quality content than the rest (Sport Dres, Copenhagen, Denmark)

Photo/illustration: Martin Joergensen ©2014



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From: pit · alepitrenz·at·yahoo.de  Link
Submitted April 17th 2013

its frustrating - but can anyone imagine what will happen if you open 20 plisters to select 2 packages of hooks or if you do the same with any other material? there is hardly anything available without sealed in plasic.. Once open no one will buy it anymore without discount. So the shopowner wont be amused unless youspend more then 200 Euros. But usually I just add a few articles to my stores.



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