Tuesday, February 16, 2010
A couple of spring patterns
Will Taylor Special varient and the Blue Bear. Both Canadian Atlantic Salmon patterns.
The Blue Bear is pictured as tied with krystal-flash, but I substituted peacock sword.
The Will Taylor Special comes from the Miramici River, and according to the best information available to me, was originated by Boyd Dunnett.
Both flies have bodies spun of dyed wool. I kind of like the green I got by mixing a bit of chartreuse with kelly green.
Posted by Erik Helm at 9:51 AM
Labels: Atlantic salmon, Flies, steelhead
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