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Partridge Feathers and Sheep's Wool

February 20, 2007 By: Marshall Cutchin

“In its wet form the speckled feather is very similar in hue to the wings of many natural flies. However, anglers have a tendency to judge flies in their dry form whereas the elusive trout always judges them in their wet form.” Moc Morgan talks partridge feathers, a tying component with a long history in Wales, on icWales.co.uk.