Published Nov 10. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 27. 2020

Larry Leight and Ian Collin James Streamers

Things have been a little quiet on the streamer front, so I'm posting a couple interesting streamers that you can buy or bid on through Ebay. First up...

Things have been a little quiet on the streamer front, so I'm posting a couple interesting streamers that you can buy or bid on through Ebay.

First up is an new offering from serial streamer junkie Larry Leight. The Whaupaunaucau is a sweet looking blue and golden badger winged long fly. It is tied on the Gaelic Supreme size 1 10xl hook.

Whaupaunaucau streamer fly by Larry Leight Whaupaunaucau by Larry Leight


Another collector piece from Larry is his tying of Mike Martinek's Pete Windrush Special.

Pete Windrush Special (Martinek) tied by Larry Leight Pete Windrush Special (Martinek) tied by Larry Leight


Next up is a framed Carrie Stevens streamer tied by the late Canadian tyer Ian Collin James. The Blue Devil is tied on the Partridge CS15 hook and nicely framed and ready to hang.

Blue Devil streamer tied by Ian James Blue Devil streamer tied by Ian James


One last item to note is a series of full dressed salmon flies by renowned author and fly tyer Michael D. Radencich. The flies include the Dusty Miller, Garry Snow Fly, The Napoleon, and The Gordon.

Dusty Miller Fly dressed by internationally known fly tyer and author Michael D. Radencich Dusty Miller Fly dressed by internationally known fly tyer and author Michael D. Radencich
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