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Little Brook Trout

Posted on October 01 2016

Little Brook Trout
This month’s fly is the Little Brook Trout.  It was created by Sam Slaymaker of Pennsylvania in the 1960s.  It was one in a series along with the Brown and Rainbow Trout.  The fact is big Brook trout and salmon eat their own!  This is a pretty fly like the fish it means to copy. 
hook  -  streamer 4 – 12
thread – Black
tail – red floss under green feather fibers
body – cream dubbing
rib    - silver tinsel
wing   - equal amount of white, orange, and bright green bucktail, topped with gray squirrel.
throat – orange hackle fibers


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