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#1 DaveB

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 04:01 PM

I recently cleaned my supply that I obtained from garage sales, flea markets, ebay and donations from friends. The age and usage vary. I still have a bit more to clean up. I think this would be great for a tying club or a beginner.

I am looking to trade for hooks (salmon (blind eye or eyed) preferably 5/0 or larger, MOM or Rangley streamer type hooks any size/style. I'll take an assortment of hooks or all of the same, whatever we agree to be fair. I'd like to trade the whole lot but I'll split it up.

I checked for bugs as I went through it and nothing jumped out.

PM me if your interested or have questions.

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Here is a quick list.

Vise, bobbins, threads, bead eye chain, hackle pliers, scissors, tweezers, hair packer, vrib, dubbings, bucktail, Flashabou, loose ringneck feathers, chenile, wool, foam bodies, ring neck pheasant tails, marabou, turkey tail feathers, golden pheasant pelt, peacock herl, duck flank feathers, I think muscrat patch, fox, coyote, tails (squirrel and/or kip..I think), small JC patch (eyes are very split)

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 09:59 PM

Sorry it is gone. Received a trade. More so it going to kid.