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    waddington trout streamers



    They are all basically the same exept the brown one i used brown polar chenille for the body. and the olive one i threw in some gold krystal flash with the tail


    Trailing hook coneected by fireline onto a waddington shank
    Tail-marabou color of choice wrapped around the shank
    rear legs-rubber legs of choice, 3 or 4, on each side of shank
    body-polar chenille, speckled chenille or tinsel chenille (something with flash)
    collar-another clump of chenille wrapped around the shank
    fwd. legs-same as rear legs
    head-barbell eyes with the same as body material figure eighted around the eyes


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    1. mike doughty

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  1. Kevin J. Burnham
    Mike, Those are kinda big and yucky looking. I don't know maybe a lowly Brown might eat one I guess !!
    #1 12-27-06 1:07am

    Charlie Erdman

    In search of steel
    can you post the recipe? i like
    #2 12-27-06 3:30am

    Corey Kruitbosch
    very nice! those look like they could do some damage!
    #3 12-27-06 6:17am

    Dan Soltau
    great fly, I am telling you, you dont need the hook in the back, I fished montana 8 times last year, I barely used any od other than the 7 weight/sinking line/grande streamer combo for the almost 30 days on the water. The flies i use have two hooks, on is right in the front and one is about halfway back. I caught 90% of the fish on the front hook, and I injured two fish, both were hooked outside the mouth on the back hook. Trout dont nip like steelhead, they eat from a predators point of veiw, mean ALWAYS with the baitfishes head first. If they dont they will choke on the fish and die, as the baitfish will raise its dorsal and become plug. Thay fly will be very effective, but for the fishes sake use a different hook setup! I dont mean to be mean, but it will save you and the fish the trouble. Keep em coming!
    #4 12-27-06 11:29am

    Nailknot
    awesome streamers!
    #5 12-27-06 7:43pm

    Ringlee

    Doesn't care how you fish Moderator
    Alaska Rainbow Slayer!
    #6 12-28-06 1:42am

    spanishfly

    Steelberg
    Those are nasty looking!
    #7 1-2-07 5:45am

    Unregistered
    that thing would slay steelhead
    #8 3-28-07 4:47am




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