Carrie Stevens' Streamer Patterns - Page 4

Raske's New England Streamers

By Bob Skehan

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  • Head: red
  • Body: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white hackle barbules
  • Wing: four red-dyed grizzly saddle hackles
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Lady Miller

  • Head: black
  • Tag: flat silver tinsel
  • Body: black floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white hackle barbules
  • Wing: two orange saddle hackles, flanked by two white saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: jungle cock neck feather, 1/2 length of wing
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Morning Glory

  • Head: red
  • Body: red floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white bucktail extending just beyond the bend of hook, then a black silver pheasant crest, and small bunch of blue hackle barbules, both as long as shoulder
  • Wing: a black silver pheasant crest feather as long as the saddle hackles, and curving downward, over which are four bright yellow saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: red mackaw body feather or substitute, 1/3 length of wing. (I used the reddish flank feather from a male golden pheasant)
  • Cheeks: jungle cock

Shang's Favorite

  • Head: black
  • Body: red floss
  • Rib: flat silver tinsel
  • Throat: white bucktail, length of hook, then a bunch of grey hackle barbules
  • Wing: 4-5 strands of peacock herl, over which are two grizzly saddle hackles
  • Shoulders: red-dyed duck breast feather
  • Cheeks: jungle cock


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