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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Feathers  (Read 1306 times)

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Davey Jones

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I am keeping Jungle Fowl and am the proud father of 19 new chicks. The rooster is not in the best of health these days and I wondered if anyone make flys from the Red Jungle fowl feathers?


KZ

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I don't make flys, but I've been wanting to experiment with some decorative feather inlays in some of my rods. 

I'd take some off your hands if you have nothing better to do for them.  PM me and we can discuss details.

Erik
2006 Elk Tourney Champion
2006 Angler of the Year 3rd Place

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Acts 10:13 And there came a voice to him, Rise, Peter; kill, and eat.


Davey Jones

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I sent you an e-mail photo of the Rooster; let me know.


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Jungle Fowl are some of the most sought after feathers in the world of fly tying, in particularly Salmon flies.
 I'd be happy to trade some flies for feathers .
Why Do I paddle a kayak instead of a float tube or a pontoon boat? I like seeing where I'm going not where I've been!
Paddle safe and wrap'em tight.
Rickey Noel Mitchell http://www.paddleandflies.com


Davey Jones

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Did you guys get the e-mail?