Published Dec 7. 2012 - 8 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

#342 - Juli's Fancy

Juli's Fancy - Alan Grombacher Tied by: Alan Gronbacher Originated by: Alan Gronbacher Hook: #2 Partridge CS15 Thread: Black Pearsalls Gossamar silk...

#342 Juli's Fancy - Alan Grombacher #342 Juli's Fancy - Alan Grombacher


Tied by: Alan Gronbacher
Originated by: Alan Gronbacher

Hook: #2 Partridge CS15
Thread: Black Pearsalls Gossamar silk thread
Tag: Silver flat tinsel
Body: Black silk
Ribbing: Silver flat tinsel
Belly: Black then purple bucktail
Throat: Purple hackle fibers
Wing: 2 purple hackles flanked by Coq de Leon
Shoulder: Golden pheasant tippet dyed purple
Eye: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black Pearsalls Gossamar silk thread

Notes: Juli's Fancy is a dark attractor pattern that is as effective as it is beautiful. Try this pattern on cloudy misty days right where a creek enters a mountain lake. Alan created the pattern and named it for one of his daughters. All of his children have a streamer that bears their name.
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That fly is so beautiful, I might feel guilty about getting it wet!

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Great photography fish will jump!

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Very nice fly Alan,colours work welll...

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Oh my goodness, the fly is killer looking. The colors, and choices of materials blew me away. LOVE IT.

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A beautiful thing for fishing

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Wonderful colors!

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You always rock! Great fly

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