PEACOCK MATUKA streamer pattern(s)submitted by Ron McKusick - Matuka Streamer Swap

Submitted By Ron McKusick

BODY thick peacock herl
RIB Black Thread
TAIL AND WING Peacock neck feathers
COLLAR Deep royal blue saddle hackle - I used the webby base fibers
I developed this fly after receiving a bag of Peacock neck feathers from India. These are very attractive to the eye. I hope they are to the fish as well. This fly is very easy to tie. The bunches are just one neck feather clumped together. Choose the length of feather that you prefer. The process is simple, just tie in clumps to make the tail and wing as heavy or as sparse as you like. After each clump is tied in, wrap a few turns of full peacock herl then another clump. The front of the fly has 2-3 turns of deep Royal Blue hackle and then a black thread head. I hope you like this fly as much as I do.

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