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Roger Whitcomb - Brook Trout Pattern Feature


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CAINS RIVER BROOK TROUT
Submitted By Roger Whitcomb



CAINS RIVER BROOK TROUT Image
CAINS RIVER BROOK TROUT
HOOK Mustad # 3906 Size 2
THREAD Danville prewaxed 6/0 , black
TAIL White tipped (barred) Woodduck- long
BODY Medium copper tinsel double wrapped  
WING two orange saddle hackles flanked by two black saddle hackles, flanked by olive grizzly hackles the same length as the black. Olive grizzly hackle spotted along stem with red & yellow lacquer.
CHEEKS Medium to large Jungle Cock
HACKLE Three turns orange followed by two turns black or olive grizzly followed by one or two turns of white.

Roger's Comments On this Pattern

During July of 1994 I found this style of streamer to be very effective for blind casting to Landlocks & Rainbows that were surface feeding on smelt on Willoughby Lake in Northern Vt.Using a Cains River streamer as a dropper & skittering the dropper on the surface resulted in salmon & rainbows hitting both the dropper and tail fly. Fascinated by the streamer previously, I began to experiment with it and have found it to be effective for all trout species as well as landlocks. I use this style of streamer, both casting and trolling, tied with standard streamer hooks as well as the #3906. My favorite patterns are: Scotch Lassie, Kidder and a chartreuse version of the Highlander.


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