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Little Bucktails for Brookies


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A swap organized over the Streamers@ mailing list

Back a few months ago on the Streamers@ mailing list, one of the discussion-group participants (don't worry Bob, you'll go nameless) admitted that he had no small bucktails in his streamer box; and querried the group to recommend patterns. Subsequently, over a dreary January weekend, with 74 days, 9 hours & a few assorted minutes until opening day in Maine, the idea for this swap was spawned. In addition to gracing these pages, the swap served to fill quite a few streamer boxes with a delightful variety of "little bucktails for brookies."

This swap has gathered a collection of patterns from diverse sources, including Maine regional favorites (such as the Warden's Worry and Edson Tigers), patterns from the wider northeast (e.g. the Shushan Postmaster), regional patterns from the West and from Alberta (Atom Bomb & McNab), old Atlantic salmon fly adaptations (the Professor), and newly created patterns (South Branch Chub, Grey Fox, Green Parrot). They all share three things in common - hair wings, small hooks, and a tremendous attraction to brook trout.

Contributed By: Pattern Name:
Wes Autio Edson Tiger Light, Mickey Finn
Kerry Brown Atom Bomb
Gordon Dale Llama
Scott Daskiewich Thirteenth Lake
Kevin Hartley Roach River Robber
Aaron Hirschhorn South Branch Chub
Stan Jakubaszek Green Parrot
Craig Jenne McNab Streamer
Ron McKusick Katadin Ironworks Simple Squirrel
Robb Nicewonger Grey Fox
Bob Petti Black Ghost Hairwing
Doug Saball Hell Cat
Stack Scoville Shushan Postmaster
David Talley MacGregor
Bob Skehan Govenor Aiken, Red & White #1, Red & White #2
Ben Taylor Royal Coachman Hairwing Streamer
Will Taylor Professor, Warden's Worry
Clyde Watson Edson Tiger Dark
Roger Whitcomb Blue Back

click here:
for a photo index to the swap

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