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Complete Kebari Collection – Fly-tying for Beginners

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Fly-tying for Beginners is a short feature that explains some of the terminology and techniques that may be unfamiliar to newcomers to the art of fly-tying. If you're new to tying your own flies, its well worth watching this before the main film.

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