Published Jul 11. 2013 - 7 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 28. 2020

#52-2013 - R&R Rainbow

R&R Rainbow - Barry Phillips Tied by: Barry Phillips Originated by: Barry Phillips Hook: Mustad 3665A Thread: Black 8/0 Tag: Gold flat tinsel...

#52-2013 R&R Rainbow - Barry Phillips #52-2013 R&R Rainbow - Barry Phillips


Tied by: Barry Phillips
Originated by: Barry Phillips

Hook: Mustad 3665A
Thread: Black 8/0
Tag: Gold flat tinsel
Body: Purple floss
Throat: Silver pheasant crest
Wing: Silver Dr. Blue under green under yellow under orange under red bucktail topped with peacock herl
Eye: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black

Notes: The design was created in 1999 by Barry on request from Ricki Lawrence, a lodge owner in Saskatchewan. She requested a streamer that they could including inside the Christmas cards they sent out to customers every year. A streamer was designed that incorporated the colors of the rainbow, fitting as the name of the fishing camp is Rainbow Lodge. As with almost anything that comes from Barry's vise, not only is is an attractive pattern to look at, it was also found to be a good producer in the Western Canadian waters.
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Comment to #52-2013 - R&R Rainbow by Barry Phillip...

Nice job there Barry, and a great looking pattern. It just may be the ticket on the trout of the Yellowstone country. Thanks for sharing this good lookin' streamer. Kevin

Comment to #52-2013 - R&R Rainbow by Barry Phillip...

Barry, this is what I call a 'fish getter'. Excellent job, beautiful colors. My kind of Bucktail!

Comment to #52-2013 - R&R Rainbow by Barry Phillip...

Nice one - again. I love how you put them together.

Gray

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