Published Sep 28. 2011 - 11 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 29. 2020

Alan Petrucci

Alan's Flies on Streamers 365

Alan Petrucci

Alan's Flies
#38 The Farmy - Alan Petrucci
#154 Bruins - Alan Petrucci
#197 Cabin Creek - Alan Petrucci #197 Cabin Creek - Alan Petrucci
#253 Adirondack - Alan Petrucci #253 Adirondack - Alan Petrucci
#294 Red Feather - Alan Petrucci #294 Red Feather - Alan Petrucci
Alan's Biography
I have fished streamers ever since the first vacation we took to Mooselookmeguntic Lake in Rangeley Maine back in the mid 70's. I love their style and their histories . As a fly tyer thats only happened a few years ago. I will tie the well known classics, but I like to tie my own, with a lot of colors, "attractors" I guess. I have recieved a great deal of help and support from some wonderful people. You can visit Alan's blog at Small Stream Reflections


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I'm looking forward to seeing your wonderful patterns posted on the site Alan! We're really happy that you could be a part of the project.

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Great fly Alan. I can't wait to see your future pattern's.

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Alan: Great fly and well tied. I will tie a few and try them on our local lake this spring.

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i'm having trouble locating good quality hackle for my streamers. Any suggestions?

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I have done business with these people many times. Always first rate saddles and capes.

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That's wonderful. I'd love a report when you do.

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Thanks for your kind comment.


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