for our low water days..... Trism

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Davy, Jul 23, 2005.

  1. Davy

    Davy Active Member

    Thinking of the low water and spooky steelhead you all are dealing with this summer....another of my all feather patterns ..a variation of McNeese' Redwing. This is a #9 Salar double CS14 Hook. I call the fly Trism and should be fished cast across and stripped but with a jerky motion imparted to simulate a junior crayfish. :thumb:

    Hook ; size 5 thru 11, single or double

    Tail; golden pheasant crest

    Body; all feathers worked forward stacked. In this size I use 3 bunches working forward in the round. The lower 2/3 of which are natural mallard breast with the top row down the middle being golden pheasant breast(red).

    Sides; oversize jungle fowl

    Wing, 3 or 4 small golden pheasant breast feathers layed over and around somewhat veiling the sides.

    Topping: 2 or 3 golden pheasant crest feathers. :cool:

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  2. Hywel

    Hywel New Member

    Nice fly!