In this episode of RIO’s Fly Tying Tips, Brita shows how to reinforce a body made of peacock herl. Peacock herl is a very popular body material, but notoriously weak and easily breaks in the tying process, or from a fish’s tooth. This tip not only shows how to reinforce the body so that doesn’t happen, but Brita also shows how to create an exceptionally neat, perfect peacock herl body.
RIO’s Fly Tying Tips is a series of short videos presented by lead RIO fly designer, Brita Fordice. In this series Brita shows a wide variety of tips for all levels of fly ting skill. Whether a complete beginner, or an experienced tier, RIO’s Fly Tying Tips will give you some great information to aid and increase your fly tying skills.
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