Fly pattern database - Global FlyFisher

GFF logo



   

Fly pattern database


All kinds of flies from all over the globe

Buzzers
There are 2 matching patterns in the database.
Please check out the Pattern Section for even more patterns
NameArticleArticle authorDate createdType
Giant Buzzer Go to pattern  
2010-02-09 Buzzers
Beginner's Buzzer Go to article
Used in Beginner's Buzzer
Martin Joergensen
2005-02-10 Buzzers

User comments
From: Doug Day · dmday·at·me.com  Link
Submitted November 20th 2013

Requesting the Ballathie House fly recipe. Stayed for ~10 days and had a marvelous time! Beautiful fly displayed in the bar and would love to recreate for a shadowbox for myself. Did not have enough time to preplan & schedule a reservation on the beat along the river Tay...though it wasn't 200 feet from our room window. Cannot recommend the hotel enough for any traveler! Incredible food & staff attention!!!


From: Frank · twolips·at·fairpoint.net  Link
Submitted February 2nd 2013

do you have the pattern for the lithuanian prince streamer ? It is a Lake George landlocked salmon fly.
would greatly appreciate it.


From: Dewayne Findley · mfindley47·at·gmail.com  Link
Submitted January 29th 2013

I was wanting to purchase some Tomsu's Supreme Hopper flies. Can you help me accomplish that? Thanks, Dewayne Findley


GFF staff comment
From: Martin Joergensen · martin·at·globalflyfisher.com  Link
Submitted August 26th 2012

Geoff,

What kind of fly are we talking about? I can find a dry fly called Henshaws Old Faithful, which has a green body. The materials are:

Hook: Size 14 2XL Dry Fly Hook
Thread: 6/0 black
Tail: Fibers from pheasant rump feather
Body: Peacock green chenille
Wing: Pheasant Rump Feather
Hackle: Light Blue Dun

Martin


From: Geoff · gtnoble·at·comcast.net  Link
Submitted August 26th 2012

Have you got a pattern for an "Old Faithful" ? Help please . . .


From: Geoff - Full name and email anonymized  Link
Submitted August 23rd 2012

Do you have a pattern for an "Old Faithful"? I believe that it is tied from a breast feather of a cock pheasant and the body is sort of an olive green. Thanks!



Want to comment this page? Fill out the form below.
Comment
Only comments
in English
are accepted!

Comentarios en Ingles
solamente, por favor!

Your name Your email
Anonymize my information. Name and email will not be shown with comment.
Notify me on new comments to this article on the above email-address.
You don't have to comment to start or stop notifications.

All comments will be screened by the GFF staff before publication.
No HTML, images, ads or links, please - we do not publish such comments...
And only English language comments will be published.
Name and email is optional but recommended.
The email will be shown in a disguised form in the final comment to protect you against spam
You can see other public comments on this page