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Lady Karen

This fly was invented in 1975 by Russ Miller of Arlington, Washington. It was named after Karen Gobin, another well known Washington fly tier, and was made for the north fork of the Stillaguamish river. It is considered a good high water pattern.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Silver tinsel.
Tail: Red hackle barbs.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Black seal fur or substitute.
Body hackle: Black heron substitute.
Wing: Black marabou.
Hackle: teal.
Head: Black

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Waller Waker

This fly was invented by Lani Waller for a video he made for 3M called “Flyfishing for Trophy Steelhead”. Waller wanted a dry fly that would show up well in the video and this is what he came up with. The fly has become one of the more popular steelhead dry flies since that time.

Hook: Up eye salmon dry fly hook.
Tail: Moose body hair.
Body: Alternating bands of spun deer body hair trimmed to a cigar shape.
Wing: White calf tail upright and divided.
Beard: Moose body hair.
Head: Black

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Orange Heron

Syd Glasso is considered by many to be the father of the steelhead spey fly. His flies were beautiful and elegant yet simple in there construction. This fly has not only been used in the Pacific North-west but it is used widely in the great lakes.

While this is a relatively simple fly to tie, the wing can be a bit tricky. The hackle tips used in its construction should be tented over the body. Flattening the stems of the hackles at the tie in point, and slightly twisting them with a pair of flat nosed pliers or tweezers before tying them in can achieve this.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Rear 2/3: hot orange floss; front 1/3: hot orange goat dubbing.
Body hackle: Gray heron hackle.
Throat: Teal.
Wing: Four hot orange hackle tips.
Head: Red.

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Borden Special

The Originator of this fly, Bob Borden from Monroe Oregon, is also a supplier of fly tying materials. He is the owner of Hareline products. He has invented some other popular fly patters among them is the Krystal Bullet. The original version of this fly calls for a synthetic wing of polar flash or some similar material.


Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Silver tinsel.
Tail: Pink and yellow hackle fibers mixed
Body: Silver salmon pink dubbing.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Wing: White hair.
Collar: Pink and yellow hackle.
Head: Red.

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String Leach

The string leach is an effective fly for high water fishing.
Originated by Bob Hull.

See link below for step by step tying instructions.
http://oakorchardflies.proboards57.com/ ... 1198100284

Hook: Octopus hook or some other type of short shanked hook.
Thread: Color to match rabbit fur.
String: Dacron backing or Gel spun fishing line, at least 20lb. test.
Other body parts: Micro tubing and waddington shank.
Wing: 2 to 6 inch long rabbit strip.
Overwing: Some type of flash to compliment color of rabbit fir (optional).
Body: Rabbit strip wrapped

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Silver Demon

Originator C. Jim Prey

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Fine oval silver tinsel.
Tail: Barred wood duck.
Body: Oval silver tinsel.
Collar: Orange hackle.
Wing: Gray squirrel tail.
Cheek: Jungle cock
Head: Black

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Skunk

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Red hackle barbs.
Rib: Silver tinsel
Body: Black chenille, dubbing or yarn.
Collar: Black hackle.
Wing: White hair.
Head: Black

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Improved Governor

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Gold tinsel.
Tail: Red hackle fibers
Rib: Gold tinsel.
Body: Rear half red floss, front half Peacock herl.
Hackle: Brown.
Wing: Brown bucktail.
Head: Red

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Willow

Originator: Mike Kennedy

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Amherst pheasant tippet.
Rib: Oval gold or silver tinsel
Body: White wool yarn.
Collar: Silver badger.
Wing: Gray squirrel tail.
Head: Black

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Whitesel’s Wine

Originator: Mike Kennedy

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Black hackle fibers.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Claret wool yarn.
Collar: Black hackle.
Wing: Red over white bucktail.
Head: Red

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Giant Killer

Originator: Don Larson

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Purple hackle fibers.
Body: Green floss.
Collar: Purple hackle.
Wing: White Hair.
Head: Black

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Bird’s Copper Stone

Originator: Cal Bird

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Copper wire.
Body: Three strands of copper wire twited together then wrapped.
Collar: Brown hackle.
Wing: Brown bucktail.
Head: Brown.

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Harry Kari Bucktail

Originator: Harry Lemire

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Red hackle barbs from the base of the hackle.
Body: Black and yellow chenille.
Collar: Short pheasant rump.
Wing: Black bear hair.
Head: Black

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Shewey’s Spawning Purple Spey

See link below for tying instructions.
http://oakorchardflies.proboards57.com/ ... 1184705291

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: flat gold tinsel
Body: Fluorescent Fire orange floss.
Wing: Purple marabou.
Collar1: Purple hackle
Sides: Jungle cock.
Collar2: Orange Guinea.
Head: Fluorescent Fire orange

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Red Ant

Originated by Mike Kennedy.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Butt: Peacock herl.
Body: Red floss.
Collar: Brown hackle.
Wing: Brown bucktail.
Head: Black

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Silver Ant

Originated by Ike Tower.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Red Hackle fibers.
Butt: Black chenille.
Body: Oval silver tinsel.
Collar: Black hackle.
Wing: White bucktail.
Cheek: Jungle cock.
Head Black

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Green Ant

Originated by Mike Arhutick.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Butt: Peacock herl.
Body: Fluorescent green floss.
Collar: Black hackle.
Wing: Gray squirrel tail.
Head: Black

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Golden Demon

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden pheasant crest.
Body: Oval gold tinsel.
Collar: Orange hackle.
Wing: Red squirrel tail.
Cheek: Jungle cock
Head: Red

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Feather Merchant

Originator: Ted Trueblood

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Tag: Red wool yarn.
Rib: Fine oval silver tinsel
Body: Peacock herl.
Collar: Orange hackle.
Wing: Red bucktail.
Cheek: Long jungle cock
Head: Black

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Stewart

Originator: Marty Sherman

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Tag: Fine oval gold tinsel.
Rib: Fine oval goldr tinsel
Body: Black wool.
Collar: Black hackle.
Wing: Black under orange bucktail.
Head: Black

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Kaleidoscope

Originator: Walt Balek of the Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Red hackle fibers.
Under body: Purple floss
Body: Flat pearl myler over the floss.
Collar: Blue and purple hackle wound together.
Wing: White bucktail under purple and blue flashabou.
Head: Purple.

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Coquihalla Silver

Originator: Tom Brayshaw

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Tag: Red floss
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Silver tinsel.
Collar: Orange hackle.
Wing: Orange under white bucktail.
Head: Black

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Coquihalla Orange

Originator: Tom Brayshaw

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Fine oval gold tinsel
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands.
Rib: Oval gold tinsel
Body: 2/3rds orange floss, 1/3rd orange dubbing.
Collar: Orange hackle.
Wing: Orange under white bucktail.
Head: Black

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Coquihalla Red

Originator: Tom Brayshaw

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Oval gold tinsel and yellow floss.
Tail: Red hackle fibers.
Butt: Peacock herl
Rib: Flat silver tinsel
Body: 2/3rds red floss, 1/3rd red dubbing.
Collar: Red hackle.
Wing: Peacock sword fibers under mallard.
Head: Black

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Valcano

Another fly developed by Alaskan guide George Cook in the early 1980’s, this fly is one of a series of flies he calls the Alaskabou series.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: None.
Wing: Orange marabou surrounding the hook with some red crystal flash and gold flashabou mixed in.
Collar: Red schlappen or marabou.
Head: Fire orange.

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Kandy Kane

Another fly developed by Alaskan guide George Cook in the early 1980’s, this fly is one of a series of flies he calls the Alaskabou series.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: None.
Wing: Pink marabou surrounding the hook with some red crystal flash and silver flashabou mixed in.
Collar: Red schlappen or marabou.
Head: Fire orange.

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Blue Moon

Another fly developed by Alaskan guide George Cook in the early 1980’s, this fly is one of a series of flies he calls the Alaskabou series.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: None.
Wing: Black marabou surrounding the hook with some blue crystal flash.
Collar: Blue schlappen or marabou.
Head: Black.

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Electric Blue

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: Flat gold tinsel.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Wing: Royal Blue marabou surrounding the hook with some pearl crystal flash.
Collar: Red schlappen with shorter purple schlappen in front.
Head: Black.

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Tequila Sunrise

Another fly developed by Alaskan guide George Cook in the early 1980’s, this fly is one of a series of flies he calls the Alaskabou series.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: None.
Wing: Pink marabou surrounding the hook with some orange crystal flash then orange marabou.
Collar: Red schlappen or marabou.
Head: Fire orange.

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Popsicle

Another fly developed by Alaskan guide George Cook in the early 1980’s, this fly is one of a series of flies he calls the Alaskabou series.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: None.
Wing: Orange marabou surrounding the hook with some gold and purple flashabou then red marabou.
Collar: Purple schlappen or marabou.
Head: Fire orange.

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South Fork of the Salmon River Spey

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tag: Fine silver oval tinsel.
Rib: Pink Lagartun flat braid with fine oval silver on either side.
Counter Rib: fine oval silver
Body: 1/3rd purple floss, 2/3rd fine purple yarn.
Body hackle: Grey heron hackle.
Throat: Natural guinea
Wing: Brown mallard.
Head: black

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Squirrel & Teal

The Originator of this fly is Harry Lemire of Black Diamond.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Ovalgold tinsel.
Tail: Golden pheasant crest
Rib: Oval gold tinsel.
Body: Gray seal dubbing or substitute.
Hackle: Blue dun hen tied in as a beard.
Wing: Mixed gray squirrel and guinea fibers.
Cheeks: Jungle cock.
Head: Gray.

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Purple Skunk

Originator: Keith Stonebreaker

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Gray Squirrel
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Tag: Fluorescent green floss or chenille.
Body: Purple chenille, wool or floss.
Hackle: Blue dun hen tied in as a beard.
Wing: Gray squirrel.
Head: Purple.

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Hilton Spider

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Teal
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Black seal substitute.
Wing: Grizzly hackle tips.
Hackle: Teal.
Head: Black.

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Green Butt Silver Hilton

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Teal
Butt: Fluorescent green seal substitute
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Black seal substitute.
Wing: Grizzly hackle tips.
Hackle: Teal.
Head: Black.

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Fall Favorite

Originator: Lloyd Silvius

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Body: Flat silver tinsel.
Wing: Orange polar bear.
Hackle: Red.
Head: Black.

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Dave’s Mistake

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Tail: Purple Hackle fibers.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Red seal substitute.
Wing: White polar bear.
Hackle: Purple.
Head: Red.

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Pale Peril

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: flat silver tinsel
Tail: Purple dyed golden pheasant crest.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Flat silver tinsel.
Wing: White polar bear under purple polar bear.
Hackle: Purple.
Cheek: Jungle cock
Head: Red.

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Pale Perl AKA Pale Purple Peril

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: flat gold tinsel
Tail: Red dyed golden pheasant crest.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Purple diamond braid.
Body hackle: purple
Wing: White polar bear under purple polar bear.
Hackle: Purple.
Cheek: Jungle cock
Head: Flame Red.

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Drain’s 20

Originator: Wes Drain

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Oval silver gold tinsel and yellow floss
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet in strands and orange toucan substitute over.
Rib: Flat silver tinsel.
Body: Flame red floss.
Wing: Gray squirrel over Cock of the Rock substitute.
Hackle: Purple.
Cheek: Jungle cock
Head: Red.

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Purple Flame Hilton

Originator: Dave McNeese

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Oval silver tinsel and flame red floss.
Tail: Flame red floss.
Butt: Flame red seal substitute
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Purple seal substitute.
Wing: Dyed purple grizzly hackle tips.
Hackle: Purple guinea or purple teal.
Head: red.

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Lady Coachman

Originator: Walt Johnson

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Oval silver tinsel and hot pink floss.
Tail: Hot pink hackle fibers.
Body: 1/3rd peacock herl, 1/3rd pink wool, 1/3rd peacock herl.
Wing: White hair.
Sides Kingfisher or substitute.
Hackle: Pink.
Head: White.

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Golden Girl

This pattern comes from the late Roderick Haig-Brown of Vancouver Island, British Columbia and was invented some time in the 40's. Haig-Brown wrote many popular books on fly-fishing the northwest. And his books are still in high demand today.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Orange floss
Tail: Red dyed golden pheasant crest.
Body: Flat gold tinsel.
Wing: Two golden pheasant tippets back to back.
Topping: Golden pheasant crest (optional).
Hackle: Light orange
Head: Black.

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Silver Admiral

Originator: Polly Roseborough

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Pink Hackle fibers.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Pink seal substitute.
Wing: White polar bear.
Hackle: Pink.
Head: Black.

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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:32 am

Some Atlantic salmon flies that work well for steelhead

Lady Caroline

This fly, of British origin was named after Lady Caroline Gordon-Lennox, who was the daughter of the Duke of Richmond and Gordon in Scotland. It is probably the most well known of any spey flies and still holds a reputation as one of the deadliest flies of all time. It was originally developed for Atlantic Salmon but west coast and great lakes steelhead fisherman have adopted it for there own use. The recipe I have listed below is one of the most common dressings for the fly but I don’t think it is the original.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tag: Fine silver oval tinsel.
Tail: Golden pheasant red body feather.
Rib: Flat gold tinsel and silver oval tinsel, gold wire as a counter rib.
Body: 2 parts brown dubbing, 1 part olive dubbing mixed.
Body hackle: Grey heron hackle.
Throat: Golden pheasant red body feather as a collar
Wing: Brown mallard.
Head: black

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Rusty Rat

This fly was invented in 1949 by accident. Fly tier J. Clovis Arseneault of Atholville, N.B. had tied some black rats for publishing giant Joseph Pulitzer II to use on the Restigouche. Pulitzer got a few fish on the black rat and they chewed the rear portion of the body off exposing the rust colored floss that Arseneault had used for an underbody. This accidental modification seemed to increase the effectiveness of the fly greatly. Pulitzer caught a 41-pounder almost immediately after. He immediately approached Arseneault to tie him another batch of flies with the new modifications. The rest is history as they say. The Rusty Rat is now one of the most popular hair wings in North America.


Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tag: Oval gold tinsel
Tail: Peacock sword fibers
Body: Back half rusty orange silk, front half Peacock herl
Body Vail: Rusty orange silk over back half of body
Rib: Oval gold tinsel
Wing: Grey Fox body hair
Hackle: Grizzly hackle saddle
Head: Red

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Picasse

This fly is another creation of Marc LeBlanc. Mark originally tied this fly to be an extremely durable guide type fly. And with its tough body vrib it is just that. The fish have a very hard time chewing this one up. This is probably my favorite early season fly. Tied in very large sizes it is a killer in high water. It is also a fantastic steelhead fly in the Great Lakes tributaries.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Under body: Black thread
Body: Black or clear vrib or similar body material.
Wing: Black over yellow bucktail.
Collar: Blue eared pheasant
Cheeks: Amherst pheasant & Jungle cock
Head: Black

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Grey Heron

This fly is one of the original spey flies from the river Spey in Scotland. It was originally developed for Atlantic Salmon but west coast and great lakes steelhead fisherman have adopted it for there own use. There are some other variations of this fly but I think the one listed below is the most common.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tag: Fine silver oval tinsel short.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel, silver wire as a counter rib over black portion of body.
Body: 1/3 lemon yellow floss, 2/3 black seal dubbing or substitute.
Body hackle: Grey heron hackle over black portion of body.
Throat: Guinea hen body feather wound as a collar
Wing: Brown mallard.
Head: black

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Re: The gimongus super huge steelhead fly thread.

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All I can say is WOW! :cool

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Jones’ Special

Yet another Marc LeBlanc fly, (sorry guys, tying all my stuff for Gaspe next week). This fly was originally tied as a sea trout fly. Mark made some modifications for salmon and another star is born.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Pearl flat braid of some sort.
Wing: White bucktail under pearl blue krystal flash under light brown bucktail.
Hackle: Long gray heron type hackle and silver pheasant body feather.
Cheeks: Jungle cock
Head: White with a blue band

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Pompier

The Originator of this fly, Michel Beaudin is one of the York rivers most respected guides. He is an ex-firefighter from Montreal. He first tied the fly in 1980 by combining some of the best colors for the rivers of the Gaspe. The fly was named “Pompier”, fireman in French, by another fly tier from Montreal, Paul LeBlanc. It has since become a popular pattern on all the Gaspe rivers and a top producer.


Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Tag: Oval gold tinsel.
Tail: Red golden pheasant body feather
Body: Black seal fur or substitute.
Rib: Oval gold tinsel.
Collar: Green.
Wing: Yellow bucktail or polar bear hair.
Sides: Jungle Cock
Head: Red

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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:33 am

Some great lakes specific flies

Uncle Salty

If I were limited to one pattern for steelhead fishing this would be it. This fly was derived from Rick Kustich’s bunny spey and the color combination was the idea of Tom Cornell. Tom was a well-known steelhead guide when he lived in Western New York. He now lives and guides in Montana.

Hook: Alec Jackson, nickel finish.
Rib: Red wire
Body: Purple dubbing.
Collar: Purple hackle under natural guinea.
Wing: White rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Head: Red

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Dolamite

This pattern was invented by my friend Pat Dolan. It has proved itself as a good all around pattern in the great lakes.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Black crystal flash.
Body: Purple Ice Chenille.
Collar: Purple hackle.
Wing: Black crystal flash over polar bear hair.
Head: Black

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Toms Crystal Shrimp

This pattern has an interesting history. Guide, Tom Cornell found a fly that was similar to this one stuck in the jaw of a salmon he caught. He brought the fly to me to duplicate and in the process we made some changes to the basic design in order to make the fly better. Since then the fly has become one of our staples, especially on the lower Niagara River where it has been a very good fly for steelhead.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Chartreuse crystal flash.
Body: Chartreuse Ice Chenille.
Collar: Fluorescent yellow hackle.
Wing: Chartreuse crystal flash over polar bear hair or calf tail.
Head: Yellow

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