BLUE BACK streamer pattern(s)submitted by Roger Whitcomb - Little Bucktails for Brookies

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Submitted By Roger Whitcomb

HOOK Mustad # 9575 Size 8
THREAD Danville prewaxed 6/0
HEAD Black
BODY Medium silver tinsel
WING Sparse white Polar Bear over which sparse yellow Polar Bear over which sparse green Polar Bear over which sparse blue Polar Bear over which 3-4 strands of peacock herl.Original pattern uses bucktail in place of Polar Bear and is necessay in the larger trolling sizes.
CHEEKS Jungle Cock (original pattern has painted eyes-I prefer the JC in the casting sizes using painted black over white eyes on the trolling sizes)

Roger's Comments

I use this pattern in casting and trolling sizes including tandems. It works well right after ice out for squaretails in the pattern and size I have done for the swap however I do use it in size 10 & 12 also. I believe that the natural flare and translucency of Polar Bear is a real attractor for squaretails and the other Trout & Salmon species as well. I normally fish it on the surface at that time and then as the water warms up change to a sinking line. It also works well for Lakers during the summer months fished as a tandem @ 50'-60' either dead drifting or trolling.

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