Pattern Bucktail Streamers

Discussion in 'Fly Tying' started by Jack Devlin, Mar 28, 2012.

  1. Jack Devlin

    Jack Devlin Active Member

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    Bucktail Streamers
    I'm a streamer fan. Love to tie em and love to use em. Here are a few patterns I tied recently. First two are Alaska smolt patterns. Last three are East Coast patterns. I use them all here in WA and also in Alaska. Anyone have any experience with these patterns? Comments welcomed. DSC03316.JPG DSC03313.JPG Anyone have any experience with these particular patterns? Comments welcome. DSC03314.JPG DSC03317.JPG DSC03315_2.JPG
     
  2. Brady Burmeister

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    Those are great!
     
  3. S Fontinalis

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    nice flies
     
  4. Billy Vanosdol

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    Nice flies
     
  5. Norm Frechette

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    super looking flies

    i loke tying bucktail streamers too
     
  6. Jack Devlin

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    Thanks to all for nice comments. Norm - I hope your Avatar isn't a self-portrait.:) Yikes!