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  1. Trout Fin Streamer Attributed to Keith Fulsher Hook - 3xl nymph Thread - Black Tail - Red goose or swan Ribbing - Fine silver wire or oval silver (Optional) Body - Flat silver tinsel Hackle - Cream badger hackle Wing - Married goose or swan (from the bottom) red, black and white Cheek - Jungle cock (Optional) Tied per the photo in the following book Forgotten Flies - Schmookler and Sils
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  3. its posted here Perdigon’s - Page 2 - Fly Swaps & Contests - Fly Tying (flytyingforum.com)
  4. Trout Fin Robert Cavanagh Hook - 3xl nymph Thread - Black Tag - Yellow floss Tail - Golden pheasant crest Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel Body - Flat silver tinsel Hackle - Guinea fiber beard Wing - White over black (equal parts) over red larger section duck or goose quill sections Perrault's Standard Dictionary of Fishing Flies - Keith Perrault
  5. Gasperaux Hook - Mustad R74, sizes 4-6-8 Thread - Black Body - Embossed silver tinsel Wing - Yellow bucktail tied over the body with an overwing of red bucktail Cheeks - Jungle cock eyes or substitute George Richards and Charles Wetzel originated this pattern. Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  6. Van DeCar Hook - Mustad R74, sizes 6-8 Thread - Black Tail - Red hackle barbs Ribbing - Oval gold tinsel Body - Flat gold tinsel Throat - Red hackle barbs Wing - Fox squirrel tail tied over the body Cheeks - Jungle cock eyes or substitute Tom Van DeCar of Hutchinson, Kansas, originated this pattern. Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  7. Trout Fin Bucktail Hook - Mustad R74, sizes 6-8 Thread - Black Tail - Narrow section of red goose quill curved upward Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel Body - Flat silver tinsel Wing - Sparse white bucktail tied over the body with an overwing of sparse black bucktail, then a larger bunch of dark orange bucktail This is one of the many variations of the pattern. It is dressed to simulate the fin of an Eastern Brook Trout. Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  8. Plymouth Streamer Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Black Tail - Long narrow section of red goose quill Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel Body - Flat silver tinsel Throat - Grizzly hackle tied on as a collar and tied back and down Wing - Four grizzly saddle hackles Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  9. Rapid Stream Hook - Mustad R74, sizes 4-6-8 Thread - Black Tip - Flat silver tinsel Tail - Narrow section of yellow goose quill Ribbing - Flat silver tinsel Body - Black floss Wing - Dyed black squirrel tail tied over the body Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  10. Quebec Hook - Mustad R74, sizes 2-4-6-8 Thread - Black Tail - Golden pheasant crest feather tied short Butt - Yellow floss Ribbing - Oval gold tinsel Body - Dubbed with claret lamb's wool Throat - Claret hackle tied on as a collar and tied back and down Wing - Purple bucktail tied over the body and extending to end of tail Cheeks - Black-and-white barred lemon wood duck section tied in at each side Alexander Learmonth of Montreal, Canada, originated this pattern in 1931 Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  11. moisten a sponge or paper towel with water and place a few biots and other quills on it prior to tying on the hook rocket science not required 🚀😁
  12. Harlequin Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Black Tail - Narrow section of red goose quill Ribbing - Oval silver tinsel Body - Flat silver tinsel Throat - Badger hackle barbs Wing - Black, dark blue, and white married goose or swan quill Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  13. F n G Marabou - Black Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Black Tail - Red hackle barbs Ribbing - Flat gold tinsel Body - Black chenille Throat - Red hackle barbs Wing - Gray marabou tied over the body, with an overwing of sparse black bucktail Shoulder - Grizzly hackle tip tied in at each side and extending halfway F n G Marabou - Brown Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Black Tail - Yellow hackle barbs Ribbing - Flat gold tinsel Body - Beige chenille Throat - Yellow hackle barbs Wing: Brown marabou tied over the body with an overwing of sparse dark brown bucktail Shoulders - Dyed yellow grizzly hackle tip tied in at each side and extending halfway F n G Marabou - Green Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Black Tail - Yellow hackle barbs Ribbing - Flat gold tinsel Body - Yellow chenille Throat - Yellow hackle barbs Wing - Green marabou tied over the body, with an overwing of sparse green bucktail Shoulders - Dyed chartreuse grizzly hackle tip tied in at each side and extending halfway F n G Marabou - White Hook - Mustad R74, size 2-4-6 Thread - Red Tail - Red hackle barbs Ribbing - Flat silver tinsel Body - White chenille Throat - Red hackle barbs Wing - White marabou tied over the body, with an overwing of sparse black bucktail. Shoulders - Grizzly hackle tip tied in at each side and extending halfway Frank and Gay Lunstrom of Fresno, California, originated the F n G series of streamers in 1980. Fish Flies: The Encyclopedia of the Fly Tier's Art - Terry Hellekson
  14. if that comes from the one moth that was found, that moth has serious problems
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