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CUSTOM MOSS DISPLAY
Simple, easy and looks great. There is an abundant supply of moss to be found out in the woods, but finding just the right pieces is the trick.

PHOTO HERE
Fly mounted on a moss covered tree branch


Mounting a fly on a moss covered twig adds a touch of realism with the great outdoors and wilderness experience at your finger tips.

Moss Covered Twigs
These are selected shorties with average lengths between 2-3 inches.
Moss Covered Twigs

Moss Covered Twigs
Moss Covered Twigs
These are standard sizes and average six inches length. Mainly yellow moss with some black hair moss.
Moss Covered Twigs
Three different kinds and colors of moss. Most trees only have one kind and color moss and finding three different colors is a prize.
Moss Covered Twigs
Twig with a moss covered knot. These are harder to find and cost a little extra
Moss Covered Bark
Moss covered piece of tree bark. This photo is about the actual size and could be used to mount a couple flies. The bark can also be broken into smaller pieces if desired.

Moss Covered Twigs
Moss covered twigs sold by the pound.
The twigs are sorted by size. These are
about six inches long, but lengths can be
up to several feet long. The branches and
twigs can easily be broken to desired lengths.

The above bundle of moss covered twigs weigh about 1/4 pound and cost $5.00 plus shipping and handling. There is yellow moss, black moss and yellow lichen. The moss has been fumigated to kill any insects or pests. Organically treated bark, branches and twigs are available.

Organic processed twigs have been frozen to kill any insects. They are frozen for 30 days, then warmed for a week allowing any eggs to hatch and then frozen again.

HOW TO DISPLAY A FLY

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