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Old 02-01-2009, 12:37 PM
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Default Black & Red Coho

Tied full for swift currents;
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Head: black
Hook: Salmon #4
Tail: red wool
Body: black chenille
Rib: med silver tinsel, optional
Wing: black bear
Cheek: J.C. eye long
Belly: rust red bucktail

Works for me........... try some, good luck.
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Old 02-01-2009, 12:46 PM
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One of the best streamer guys I know has been usig this one for trout here in the east for years (he's 83 now) look familar..
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Default Re: Black & Red Coho

Sandfly,

Can't say that I have seen that fly. Probably like many of my own your friend has simply came up with a color combo and proportion that works for him. As you no doubt know the success that a fisherman may experience with a given pattern is usually related to the presentation of the fly.

I will post tomorrow the only fly that I claim as my own design. I developed it over a five year period of time while fishing primarily on spring creeks in Pennsylvania. I do not possess an unused (chewed up) example of the fly but will procure one from the vise.

P.S. I do see similarities between the ties.

Stay tuned
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Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
Tied full for swift currents;
Attachment 1600Click for enlargement;
Head: black
Hook: Salmon #4
Tail: red wool
Body: black chenille
Rib: med silver tinsel, optional
Wing: black bear
Cheek: J.C. eye long
Belly: rust red bucktail

Works for me........... try some, good luck.
Bee you tie full ... nice tie. good proportions
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Old 02-01-2009, 05:48 PM
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Ard

I used to tie a version of that fly, called a Skunk that had a white wing verus a black and didn't have the jungle cock. I found that fly to be excellent on the Kenai and along the Parks Hwy streams.

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