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Black Matuka Streamer Fishing Flies

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Black Matuka Streamer Fishing Flies
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We make all kinds of flies in Australia and with high quality, best flies for your fly fishing.

Originated in New Zealand over 50 years ago. The name comes from the bird whose feathers were used for the wing of of the first versions of this pattern. The fly represents fry or minnows, but also makes an effective suggestive pattern of something a hungry trout would like to eat. It is a style that makes for a very robust wing that resembles the long dorsal fin of a bait fish. The Matuka fly is a Streamer/Lure pattern. They were introduced in about 1975. They have been tied in just about every color combination you can imagine if you cant see the pattern you are looking for ask us. 

we are an exporter including Fly Fishing Tackle.we can send good service for all of our customers all the world!All items we are selling are best quality among the similar products.All items will be strict tested before shipping!We promise you with the finest price,high quality and best service.We are sincerely looking for your cooperation.

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    Rod & Fly Global was found in 1960 . We is an exporter of Australia Fishing products.    With independent export rights, our products have been exported to North America South America Eastern Europe Southeast Asia Africa Oceania Mid East Eastern Asia Western Europe, etc. We sell high quality reactive dyes and cationic dyes at competitive prices!    We take this opportunity to invite you to become our partner!Please see our website at for company profile!
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