YELLOW JANE CRAIG - Guest feature

By Bob Petti

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Submitted By Bob Petti

HEAD Black
BODY Flat Silver Tinsel
RIBBING Oval Silver Tinsel
WING Four bright yellow saddle hackles
TOPPING Six or seven strands of bright green peacock herl as long as the wing
CHEEKS Jungle Cock
NOTES A varation of the Jane Craig streamer used on dark days or off-color water. Also not the lack of throat hackle and the addition of a ribbing, differing from the original Jane Craig. As with most Welch streamers, the hackles are long in relation to the hook shank, extending a good length beyond the bend.

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