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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:34 am

Steelhead Muddler

Muddlers are good flies for Great Lakes fish. This one is a hairwing version that works well for me.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tail: Squirrel tail
Body: Olive, silver and purple dubbing mixed.
Wing: Squirrel tail.
Head & Collar: Natural deer body hair spun and trimmed.

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Black and Orange Muddler

Black and Orange is a very productive color combination for great lakes steelhead. Muddlers tied in this color combination work well.

Hook: Streamer hook.
Rib: Red wire
Under body: Lead wire.
Body: Black dubbing.
Wing: Orange rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Collar: Black deer hair.
Head: Black deer hair spun and trimmed to a bullet shape.

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Salty Muddler

Hook: Streamer hook.
Rib: Red wire
Under body: Lead wire.
Body: Purple dubbing.
Wing: White rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Collar: Purple deer hair.
Head: Purple deer hair spun and trimmed to a bullet shape.

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Purple and Orange Muddler

Purple and Orange is a very productive color combination for great lakes steelhead. This muddler has been a good fly for the great lakes tribs.

Hook: Streamer hook.
Rib: Red wire
Under body: Lead wire.
Body: Orange dubbing.
Wing: Purple rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Collar: Purple deer hair.
Head: Purple deer hair spun and trimmed to a bullet shape.

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Green Butt Matuka

This is a version of Forrest Maxwell’s purple matuka that I tied for fishing the great lakes tribs.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic Salmon hook
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: ¼ Fluorescent green seal dubbing or substitute, ¾ Purple seal dubbing or substitute, picked out.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Wing: 2 grizzly neck hackles bound to the body matuka style, using the oval silver tinsel rib.
Hackle: Purple wound as a collar.
Head: Black

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Little White Streamer

This is a good pattern for swinging when the water is very low and clear.

Hook: Striate eye streamer hook, size 8.
Tail: Red hackle fibers.
Body: Pearl flat braid.
Wing: White polar bear, calf tail or goat hair under a small amount of gold and green flash.
Throat: Red hackle fibers.
Head: White with a small black dot on the sides to represent an eye.

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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:34 am

Seneca Special

This fly is another derived from Rick Kustich’s bunny spey.

Hook: Alec Jackson, gold finish.
Rib: Red wire
Body: Orange dubbing.
Collar: Purple dyed teal or mallard.
Wing: Purple rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Head: Red

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Lucky Bucky

This fly was invented by Rob “Bucky” McCormick and has been working well in the low waters of the lake Erie and Ontario tributaries this year. Bucky was the manager of Oak Orchard Fly Shop before Nick took over. He has since moved to West Yellowstone, Montana.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Yellow hackle fibers
Rib: Large oval gold tinsel.
Body: Orange seal dubbing or substitute.
Hackle: Yellow hen hackle.
Wing: White hair.
Head: Yellow.

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Reversal

This fly is a derivation of a fly called the Mahoney invented by west coast steelhead guide Dec Hogan. Black and red have been very productive colors on our local tributaries so when I saw Hogan’s original fly I thought it would be a winner. However, I thought it was a bit too bright for my liking. To solve the problem I just reversed the colors. Red became black and black became red. This color change seemed to darken the fly to the degree I wanted.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Rib: Flat pearl myler and oval silver tinsel.
Body: Rear 1/3: black floss; front 2/3: black seal dubbing.
Body hackle: Red schlappen, one side stripped.
Throat: Black schlappen and red guinea.
Wing: Four Black hackle tips.
Head: Black.

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Devils Advocate

This is one of the better known patterns of steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York. It has been one of the most productive winter patterns for the great lakes since the 90’s.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Tag: Florescent orange floss
Body: Polar pearl light bright dubbing.
Wing: White marabou wrapped as a hackle
Collar: Natural guinea.
Head: Red.

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Devils Brother

This is also a well known pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Tag: Florescent orange floss
Body: Purple haze dubbing.
Wing: Purple marabou wrapped as a hackle
Collar: Purple guinea.
Head: Purple.

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P P

This fly was invented by Rob “Bucky” McCormick and is a good general purpose fly for the lake Erie and Ontario tributaries.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Rib: Oval Gold tinsel
Body: Olive dubbing.
Wing: Olive marabou wrapped as a hackle
Collar: Olive guinea.
Head: Olive.

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Black Schmidt's Spey

The originator of this fly is Ray Schmidt of Wellston, Michigan. It was invented for fishing the Big Manistee.

Hook: Up eye salmon
Tag: Green ultra chenille.
Rib: Gold or Copper crystal flash.
Body: Black Kaufmanns stone fly blend.
Body Hackle: Black pheasant rump over the front half of the body.
Hackle: Black pheasant rump.
Head: Black

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Natural Schmidt's Spey

The originator of this fly is Ray Schmidt of Wellston, Michigan. It was invented for fishing the Big Manistee.

Hook: Up eye salmon
Tag: Red ultra chenille.
Rib: Gold or Copper crystal flash.
Body: Black Kaufmanns stone fly blend.
Body Hackle: Natural pheasant rump over the front half of the body.
Hackle: Natural pheasant rump.
Head: Black

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Orange Catnip

This pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York is a good fly for clear water and low flows.

Hook: Up eye salmon size 6-10
Tag: Flat silver tinsel.
Body: Orange SLF spun in a dubbing loop.
Hackle: Orange hen.
Wing: Yellow calf tail.
Head: Red

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Winter Wonderland

This fly is one of my most productive winter flies for swinging.

Hook: Up eye salmon
Tip: Oval green tinsel or green wire.
Rib: Oval green tinsel or green wire.
Body: back half flat silver tinsel, front half white dubing.
Body Hackle: White schlappen over the front half of the body.
Hackle: Mallard.
Wing: White polar bear
Head: red

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Crystal Shrimp

This pattern is a variation of the Polar Shrimp that works very well in the Great Lakes.

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

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Re: The gimongus super huge steelhead fly thread.

Post by burgerthumb » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:35 am

Goodness Gracious!

Is this all YOUR stuff here?
thanks either way!
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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:36 am

Purple Crystal Skunk

This pattern is a variation of the Purple Skunk that works very well in the Great Lakes. I have used this fly for catching Chinook Salmon with good success.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Gray squirrel tail.
Butt: Chartreuse Ice Chenille.
Body: Purple Ice Chenille.
Wing: Gray squirrel tail.
Collar: Purple hackle.
Head: Black

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Chartreuse Catnip

This pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York is a good fly for clear water and low flows.

Hook: Up eye salmon size 6-10
Tag: Flat silver tinsel.
Body: Chartreuse SLF spun in a dubbing loop.
Hackle: Chartreuse hen.
Wing: Orange calf tail.
Head: Yellow

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Citation

This pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York is a good fly for clear water and low flows.

Hook: Up eye salmon size 6-10
Tail: Brown hen.
Rib: Copper wire
Body: Summer duck SLF.
Hackle: Brown hen.
Wing: Pheasant Filoplume.
Head: Yellow

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Bad Hair Day

This is another well known pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York.

Hook: Up eye Atlantic salmon hook
Body: Summerduck slf.
Wing: brown marabou wrapped as a hackle
Collar: Orange guinea.
Head: Florescent red.

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Baby Rainbow – reduced

This simple version of the baby rainbow streamer is extremely productive in the spring and is used extensively in lake Ontario tributaries.

Hook: 3X streamer
Body: Pearl diamond braid.
Wing: White under pink under red under green bucktail, with gray squirrel on top.
Head: Black

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Weekend Warrior

The originator of this fly was the late Eugene Sunday of Michigan. He is also well known for his classic Atlantic salmon flies and hand made salmon fly hooks. The fly was invented in 1971 for use in dirty and high water conditions.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook
Tail: Red hackle fibers
Body: Silver diamond braid.
Under wing: Sparse white deer, calf or skunk hair.
Wing: A pair of Jungle cock feathers tented over the back of the fly.
Collar: Fluorescent green or orange hackle.
Head: Black

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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:36 am

Paris Hilton

This fly pattern was invented by “psycho” Timmy Voigt of Buffalo, NY. And is starting to become a well known pattern in the Western New York area. Timmy says of the fly “I like the fact that you can peel the wings apart and see the pink in between. Its just like Paris’s….”. Well you get the picture. We will leave it at that.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Tail: Pink hackle fibers
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Black seal substitute.
Wing: Grizzly hackle tips with pink flash material in between them.
Hackle: Mallard or teal.
Head: Pink.

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Goat Killer Spey

This is a Syd Glasso style pattern I made for fishing Great Lakes tributaries.

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 help to achieve this.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Fine oval silver tinsel.
Rib: Fine oval silver tinsel over the red floss and red flat braid over the dubbing..
Body: Rear 1/3: red floss; front 2/3: purple goat dubbing.
Body hackle: Purple dyed spey type hackle (in this case pheasant rump).
Throat: Natural guinea.
Wing: Two red hackle tips enveloped by two purple hackle tips.
Head: Red.

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Instigator

This fly is one of my more productive late fall patterns. It also works well in the spring. It is also a great pattern for lake run Browns.

Hook: Up eye salmon
Tip: Oval gold tinsel and yellow floss.
Rib: Oval gold tinsel.
Body: Orange dubbing.
Body Hackle: Yellow schlappen over the front half of the body.
Hackle: Orange mallard or teal.
Wing: Yellow polar bear
Head: red

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Tiger

Originator: Walt Grau

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Body: Pearl diamond braid.
Throat: Orange bucktail.
Wing: Yellow bucktail, under green dyed grizzly hackle tips, under green bucktail, with some pearl flashabou and green crystal flash mixed in.
Head: Red

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September Spey

This is another well known pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Body: Olive diamond braid.
Body hackle: Okive spey type hackle
Throat: Olive dyed guinea.
Wing: Olive dyed grizzly hackle tips.
Head: Yellow

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Purple October

This is another well known pattern by steelhead fishing author Rick Kustich of Grand Island, New York.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Purple dubbing.
Body hackle: purple spey type hackle
Throat: Orange dyed pheasant rump.
Wing: Purple Fox body fur.
Head: Purple

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Black Krahe Spey

This fly was invented by Tim Krahe of Manistee Michigan for fishing high off color water.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Back squirrel dubbing.
Body hackle: Black spey type hackle
Throat: Natural guinea.
Wing: Silver pheasant wing quill segment.
Head: Black

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Nola’s Pink Spey

This fly was invented in 1979 by Tim Krahe of Manistee Michigan for fishing clear water conditions. It was named after his wife

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Pink yarn.
Hackle: Black spey type hackle
Wing: Pink goose quill segment.
Head: Black

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Forrester

This fly is probably the most popular fly invented by outdoor writer and steelhead book author George Richey of Honor, Michigan. Richey’s flies are not the most beautiful flies but they do represent some of the earliest wet flies invented specifically for great lakes steelhead. This one was invented in the 1970’s and is primarily used in the spring.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Dark yellow calf tail.
Body: Back 2/3rds orange chenille, front 1/3rd black chenille.
Throat: Dark yellow calf tail.
Wing: Dark yellow calf tail.
Head: Red

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Crick

Another fly invented by outdoor writer and steelhead book author George Richey of Honor, Michigan. Richey’s flies are not the most beautiful flies but they do represent some of the earliest wet flies invented specifically for great lakes steelhead. This one was invented in the early 1970’s and is a fly for high dirty water.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Black calf tail.
Body: Back 1/3rd pink chenille, front 2/3rds black chenille.
Throat: Black calf tail.
Wing: Black calf tail over white calf tail.
Head: Black

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Dave’s Favorite

This fly was invented in 1967 by outdoor writer and steelhead book author George Richey of Honor, Michigan. This was the favorite fly of his brother Dave Richey, a Michigan steelhead guide. Richey’s flies are not the most beautiful flies but they do represent some of the earliest wet flies invented specifically for great lakes steelhead.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Dark yellow calf tail.
Body: Orange chenille.
Throat: Dark yellow calf tail.
Wing: Dark yellow calf tail over red calf tail.
Head: Red

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Post by Glista » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:37 am

Richey’s Golden Girl

This fly was invented in 1967 by outdoor writer and steelhead book author George Richey of Honor, Michigan and Chuck Lunn of Flint, Michigan. This was the favorite fly of his brother Dave Richey, a Michigan steelhead guide. Richey’s flies are not the most beautiful flies but they do represent some of the earliest wet flies invented specifically for great lakes steelhead.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Golden yellow calf tail.
Body: Gold tinsel chenille.
Throat: Golden yellow calf tail.
Wing: Golden yellow calf tail.
Head: Red

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Platte River Pink

This fly was invented in 1973 by outdoor writer and steelhead book author George Richey of Honor, Michigan. It was invented for fishing clear water conditions. Richey’s flies are not the most beautiful flies but they do represent some of the earliest wet flies invented specifically for great lakes steelhead.

Hook: Up eye salmon hook.
Tail: Pink glow bug yarn.
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Pink chenille.
Throat: Pink glow bug yarn.
Wing: White calf tail.
Head: Red

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Some Tube flies for steelhead

Gray Zonker Tube

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum
Body: Pearl flat braid.
Wing: Gray rabbit strip secured at the back of tube as well as front.
Hackle: Red and white mixed.
Head: Gray, red or black

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Purple Intruder

This version of the Intruder works well in the winter for great lakes steelhead.

Tube: Brass, Copper, Aluminum or Plastic.
Thread: Black
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Rear Hackle: Long, soft, black hackle (pheasant rump works well).
Feelers: Nine strands of dyed-purple ostrich plume, on each side of hook shank followed by large dyed purple pheasant rump wound as a hackle.
Body: Purple chenille
Body Hackle: Long, skinny badger hackle over the body (I usually counter rib this with fine silver wire).
Collar: Small clump of black deer hair spun with the butts trimed flush with the shank followed by large dyed purple pheasant rump wound as a hackle.
Wing: Two dyed-purple grizzly hackles on each side of the shank
Hackle: Dyed-purple Guinea hackle.
Head: One turn of small black chenille and some lead eyes.

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Templedog Skunk

Another version of the Norwegian Templedog tied for great lakes steelhead.

Tube: Plastic (in this case green plastic)
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Black
Wing: White fox under pearl flash under white fox.
Hackle: Black cock hackle
Head: Metal cone.

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River Zonker

This fly works particularly well on the “Big” river.

Tube: Brass or Copper
Rib: Oval silver tinsel.
Body: Chartreuse dubbing dressed thin.
Wing: White rabbit strip tied down to the body matuka style with the rib.
Hackle: Chartreuse.
Head: Yellow

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Purple Templedog

This simple version of the Norwegian Templedog is tied for great lakes steelhead.

Tube: Plastic (in this case green plastic)
Rib: Oval silver tinsel
Body: Purple
Wing: Chartreuse fox under green flash under Purple fox.
Hackle: Purple cock hackle
Head: Metal cone.

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Black & White tube

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum
Tag: Silver tinsel.
Butt: Black hackle
Rib: Black flat braid.
Body: Rear half white floss, joint of black hackle, front half white floss.
Collar: Black hackle and Guinea.
Wing: Whit rabbit strip over rear half, White rabbit strip over front.
Head: black

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Black and orange tube muddler

Black and Orange is a very productive color combination for great lakes steelhead. This is a tube muddler tied in this color combination that has worked well for me.

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum.
Tag: Red wire
Rib: Red wire
Body: Orange dubbing.
Wing: Black rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Collar: Black deer hair.
Head: Black deer hair spun and trimmed to a bullet shape.

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Uncle salty tube muddler

This is the tube muddler version of Tom Cornell’s steelhead fly.

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum.
Tag: Red wire
Rib: Red wire
Body: Purple dubbing.
Wing: White rabbit strip tied in matuka style with the red wire rib.
Collar: Purple deer hair with some white deer hair on top and some red deer hair on the bottom.
Head: Purple deer hair spun and trimmed to a bullet shape.

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Intruder (Original)

This fly was invented by a guide on the west coast named Ed Ward. The one Mr. Ward ties uses a large salmon hook with the point cut off and a second hook fastened to it. In my opinion using a tube for the fly is much easier and a bit more practical.

Tube: Brass, Copper, Aluminum or Plastic.
Thread: Black
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Rear Hackle: Long, soft, black hackle (pheasant rump works well).
Feelers: Nine strands of dyed-orange ostrich plume, on each side of hook shank followed by large dyed orange pheasant rump wound as a hackle.
Body: Burnt-orange chenille
Body Hackle: Long, skinny badger hackle over the body (I usually counter rib this with fine gold wire).
Collar: Small clump of black deer hair spun with the butts trimed flush with the shank followed by large dyed orange pheasant rump wound as a hackle.
Wing: Two cree hackles on each side of the shank
Hackle: Dyed-orange Guinea hackle.
Head: One turn of small black chenille and some lead eyes.

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VooDoo Fly

Tube: Copper, Brass, Aluminum or Plastic.
Rear Hackle: Fluorescent green marabou wound around the tube.
Body: Fluorescent green cactus chenille.
Front Hackle: Black marabou.
Head: Black

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Salty Spider

Tube: Copper, Brass, Aluminum or Plastic.
Hackle: Purple and white marabou wound around the tube together.
Collar: Natural guinea hackle.
Head: Red

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Canyon Tube

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum
Tag: Silver tinsel.
Butt: Purple hackle
Rib: Pearl Lagartun flat braid over rear half of body
Body: Rear half pink floss, joint of purple hackle, front half Cerise dubbing.
Collar: Purple dyed guinea hackle.
Wing: White rabbit strip over rear half, White rabbit strip over front.
Head: black

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South Fork Tube

Tube: Brass, Copper or Aluminum
Tag: Silver tinsel.
Butt: Purple hackle
Rib: Pink Lagartun flat braid and oval silver tinsel on either side over rear half of body
Body: Rear half Purple floss, joint of purple hackle, front half Cerise dubbing.
Collar: Purple hackle.
Wing: Cerise rabbit strip over rear half, purple rabbit strip over front.
Head: black

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Green Butt Bunny Skunk

Tube: Copper, Brass or aluminum.
Tag: Oval silver tinsel.
Tail: Red cock hackle swept back.
Rear Rib: Fine oval silver tinsel.
Rear Body: Fluorescent green floss.
Joint: Black cock hackle swept back.
Rear Wing: White rabbit strip.
Front Rib: Medium oval silver tinsel.
Body: Black dubbing.
Front Hackle: Black cock hackle swept back.
Front Wing: White rabbit strip.
Head: Black

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Post by BigCliff » Thu Jan 31, 2008 8:56 am

Paris Hilton

This fly pattern was invented by “psycho” Timmy Voigt of Buffalo, NY. And is starting to become a well known pattern in the Western New York area. Timmy says of the fly “I like the fact that you can peel the wings apart and see the pink in between. Its just like Paris’s….”. Well you get the picture. We will leave it at that.
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Post by Heckler » Thu Jan 31, 2008 9:51 am

FUCK AND YES!!!!! Man I missed seeing Glista's superior tying skills. And yes i believe those are all of his tie's

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