Published Sep 26. 2012 - 9 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#270 - BP Brookie Fry

BP Brookie Trout Fry - Barry Phillips Tied by: Barry Phillips Originated by: Barry Phillips Hook: Gaelic Supreme Mike Martinek Rangeley Streamer hook...

#270 BP Brookie Trout Fry - Barry Phillips #270 BP Brookie Trout Fry - Barry Phillips


Tied by: Barry Phillips
Originated by: Barry Phillips

Hook: Gaelic Supreme Mike Martinek Rangeley Streamer hook
Thread: White 70 denier
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Body: Cream floss
Ribbing: Flat fine silver tinsel
Belly: White polar bear
Throat: White hackle fibers and orange hackle fibers
Underwing: Peacock herl then green bucktail then orange bucktail
Wing: 2 olive hackles flanked by Coq de Leon hackle
Shoulder: Olive mallard flank
Eye: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black

Notes: The BP Brookie Trout Fry is the last of the 3 from Barry's trout fry series which mimic the colors of the natural sport fish young. This is a wonderful brook trout imitation with some little hints of orange hidden among the vibrant speckles of the Coq de Leon hackles.
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Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

What a cracker,love it Barry..

Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

Great pattern and beautifully tied, Barry.

Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

Looks like a killer fly Barry...very nice design!

Dave

Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

The colors in this fly are simply outstanding. Great job!

Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

Man I love it.
Great streamer, well done.

Comment to #270 - BP Brookie Fry...

Thank you all for the kind comments,I could not reply when thet were posted as I was away fishing for the last two weeks

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