Thursday, September 13, 2012

Streamer Pattern!

This time of the year is Streamer Time!
I first tied and tested this pattern on the North Platte (Trappers Route Area) in 1977 when I was working in Casper Wyo. Just in case you are wondering it still worked in 2010. I normally fish this pattern with a floating line and without any weight incorporated into the fly. If I want to fish it deeper I add split shot 12” to 18” in front of the fly.





Trappers Route Muddler #1
By: Larry O Jurgens
Hook: TMC 5262 or TMC 5263 Originally Tied On Mustad 9671 or Mustad 9672
Size: 2 ~ 12
Thread: Size A White Monocord
Tail: Red Hackle Fibers or Bucktail or Fis-Hair
Body: Silver Tinsel Chenille
Wing: Yellow Marabou
Wing Topping: Peacock Herls
Head & Collar: Bleached Deer Hair



2 comments:

  1. Looks great! And thankfully, flies rarely fall out of date...

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  2. Nice tye,similar to a Marabou Muddler,like them in olive,white,or black,they work great in the fall & early season(spring),tight lines.

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