Published Jan 15. 2017 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 27. 2018

Redfish Ritalin & Marsh Critter

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Redfish Ritalin Fly Tying Recipe:
Cactus Chenille - Root Beer
Pseudo Hair - Cream
Sili Legs - Pearl Barred
Sili legs - Orange Tip Clear
Polar Flash - Copper
Palmer Chenille - Brown
EP Senyos Chromatic Brush 1.5" - Pale Bronze
Medium Bead Chain - Silver
Small Lead Eyes -Chartreuse/Black Pupil
Danville 210 Thread - Light Pink

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Loon UV Thick
Loon UV Power Light
Daiichi 2546 Hooks

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