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By Bob Petti

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KENNEBAGO STREAMER
Submitted By Bob Petti



KENNEBAGO STREAMER Image
KENNEBAGO STREAMER
HEAD Black
TAIL A small bunch of orange hackle fibers
BUTT Made in three parts, which take up one-third of body. Rear quarter of butt is peacock herl, middle half is pale blue floss, and forward quarter is peacock herl
BODY Flat Gold Tinsel
RIBBING Oval Gold Tinsel (over gold body portion only)
THROAT A small bunch of orange hackle fibers
WING Two dark red hackles inside of two golden badger hackles
CHEEKS Jungle Cock
NOTES Named for the Kennebago Stream, a trout and landlocked salmon fishery in the Rangeley region of Maine. Note the length of the hackles in relation to the hook shank - rather long.



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