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Aphrodite
Designed and Dressed by Jed Khalid

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Tag: Gold tinsel, olive, and green silk.

Tail: Golden pheasant crest.

Butt: Peacock herl.

Body: Three sections seperated by peacock herl:
First section; green silk ribbed with flat and round tinsel.
Second section; green silk ribbed with round gold tinsel and peacock herl.
Third section, olive SLF.
Each section has Amherst pheasant tied back to back.

Sides: Peacock pheasant crest, veiled with single strand feathers from peacock eye.

Horns: Six strands of peacock herl.

Head: Black.

Aphrodite was designed and tied by Jed Khalid, the sixth contributor in the early years of Salmonfly.Net. You can see more flies tied by Jed on his introduction page - The Flies of Jed Khalid.

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