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Long, slender flies that often mimick small fish

Find "Streamers 365" here

Streamers 365

This link takes you to "Alan Petrucci Streamers"

Alan Petrucci Streamers

Skip to "Thunder Creek Flies "

Thunder Creek Flies

Jump to "Long Flies"

Long Flies

"Mike Boyer Streamers" is found here

Mike Boyer Streamers

Directly to "A few from Ora Smith"

A few from Ora Smith

"Jim Warner Swap" is found here

Jim Warner Swap

"Carrie Challenge II" is found here

Carrie Challenge II

Directly to "Modern fly fishing"

Modern fly fishing

Directly to "The Clouserish"

The Clouserish

Go to "Clouser Deep Minnow"

Clouser Deep Minnow

Find "Yellow Marabou Special" here

Yellow Marabou Special

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Grizzly Ghost

Hook: #2 - #6 Thread: Black Tail: Yellow Golden Pheasant Back
Body: Burnt Orange Floss Rib: Oval Silver Tinsel
Under Belly: Peacock Herl Belly: White Bucktail
Wing: 2 Grey 2 Grizzly Hackle
Throat: Red Golden Pheasant Breast Cheek: Guinea Bird
Eye: Jungle Cock

Belly Scratcher Sculpin
The Belly Scratcher Sculpin is a more realistic pattern than previous ones and very effective.
Belly Scratcher Minnow

The Belly Scratcher Minnow is a cousin to the popular Low Fat Minnow (see the end of this video). Great baitfish pattern for rivers.
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Soft Hackle Streamer
Detailed instructions for tying Jack Gartside's Soft Hackle Streamer.
El Sculpito

Cheech hit it out of the park with this un-articulated Sculpin Pattern. Featuring Silicone Legs for Pectoral Fins.....this thing is scary-real.
Hook - Gamakatsu B10s #1
Eye - I-Ballz
Tail/Wing - Magnum Rabbit Strip
Body - Simi-Seal
Fins- Silicone Legs
Head - Simi-Seal

About "Streamers - Long, slender flies that often mimick small fish" from Blog Creek GFF's weblog
· Intimidated by a streamer - I wanted to tie a Carrie Stevens, Rangerly style New England streamer, but was surprised how hard it actually was