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Harris Special

 
tied by fishingbobnelson
Fly Type: Streamers,
Target Species: Trout,
Imitation: General Baitfish,
Material List:
Hook: TMC 300 size 4-8
Thread: Flymaster 6/0
Tail: Golden Pheasant Tippet
Body: Silver Mylar Tinsel
Rib: French Oval Tinsel
Throat: Red Dyer Mallard Flank
Underwing: White Bucktail
Wing: Lemon Woodduck Flank
Tying Instructions: Cast on thread and tie in tail, tie oval tinsel and then silver Mylar. Wrap thread to front of hook and using overlaping wraps wind Mylar to front and tie off. Wrap rib with even spaces tie off. Notch a red dyed mallard flank feather and tie in on bottom of hook with tips about half way down the body. Tie in a sparse white bucktail underwing, tips should be just between bars or pheasant tippet. Notch a lemon woodduck flank feather and tie in so that feather sits on both sides of fly with tips even with the end of the tail. Make a tapered head and whip finish. Coat with a couple of coats of black head cement
Presentation Tips: Strip across slow water with a steady or erratic retrieve.



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