Published Oct 24. 2018 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Oct 28. 2018

Black Prince

The Black Prince is a classic Steelhead fly pattern thought to have been developed around 1880. While there is no one tyer credited with the origin of this steelhead fly, it is thought to have evolved from a basic all-black design. Trey Combs notes that the fly pattern is a good alternative to the popular Black Gordon fly pattern.

Black Prince Steelhead Fly pattern

Hook: Salmon / Steelhead #2-8
Thread: Black 8/0 (70d)
Tail: Red saddle hackle fibers
Rib: Silver oval tinsel
Butt: Yellow yarn
Body: Black Laser Dubbing
Wing: Black bucktail or squirrel tail
Collar: Black saddle hackle

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