Published Jan 27. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#27 - Beige Grimard

Tied by: David Mac Originated by: David Mac Hook: Gaelic Supreme Martinek Carrie Stevens Hook #1 10XL Head: Black Rib: Oval Uni French small silver...

#27 Beige Grimard - David Mac


Tied by: David Mac
Originated by: David Mac

Hook: Gaelic Supreme Martinek Carrie Stevens Hook #1 10XL
Head: Black
Rib: Oval Uni French small silver tinsel
Body: Flat silver Mylar size 10
Underbody: Tan bucktail
Throat: Black hackle
Wing: Two fiery brown saddle hackles flanked by two slightly shorter tan saddle hackles
Shoulder: Cream turkey flats topped with black Francolin rump feathers
Eyes: Jungle cock

Notes: The Beige Grimard was commissioned in 2009 by Mr. Alain Grimard. Every summer, the Grimard Family leaves their home in Canada to travel south to their camp in beautiful Vermont. Mr. Grimard commissioned this special streamer to be a remembrance of their 2009 fishing adventure. Ready to entice the local brook trout, this streamer proved to be a success and was ordered again for subsequent trips south. When wet, this streamer holds a thin profile resembling the shape and color of local baitfish.

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Comment to #27 - Beige Grimard...

Love the color combination. Really nice looking fly.

Comment to #27 - Beige Grimard...

David, this is a beautiful fly!!! I love the colors, and that shoulder feather really sets off the whole fly quite nicely. Two thumbs up!!!

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