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A note about the some of the materials used in the salmon and steelhead flies: In recent years, a lot of traditional materials used to tie Pacific Salmon and Steelhead flies, especially body, tailing, and winging materials have given way to synthetic materials that have proven very successful as imitations and as attractors. Many of these materials have added sparkle, shimmer or reflective qualities and come in a wider variety of colors that has ever been seen before. If you come across a material that is not familiar to you, look it up in the Glossary of Modern Materials. If it is not there, send me an e-mail and I will do my best to explain it to you.

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