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A classic Carrie Stevens featherwing streamer
Published by Pocono
10-14-2010
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Type of fly classic feather wing streamer
Originator of pattern if known Carrie Stevens
Tied and Submitted by Pocono
Level of tying experience needed to tie this pattern
Intermediate, a little more complicated pattern, previous experience tying different types of patterns helpful 
Materials listed in order of tie in:
Hook M. M. Rangeley streamer 8 xlong, size 6
Under body Thread Uni 6/0 White
Tag Silver tinsel extra small
Tail None
Switch thread for Body Sheer 14/0 Orange
Rib Silver tinsel, medium
Body Uni stretch floss, orange
Thread for head After body is wrapped and tied off with orange thread, tie on with black 8/0 to finish head and rest of fly.
Belly Peacock herl under white bucktail
Throat Grizzly hen hackle fibers
Underwing Brown bucktail
Wings 4 Grizzly hen hackles two feathers on each side, dull sides facing in
Cheeks Junglecock
Head Black thread
Special tying notes
Target species trout, landlocked salmon and lake trout
Fishing notes
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How effective is this fly? (1 low, 10 high)N/A
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10
Good photograph?
80%80%80%
8
1 user rated 90% average
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