Published Jan 23. 2014 - 6 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 22. 2019

Drunk & Disorderly Streamer

The ORIGINAL Bar Flies - Tommy Lynch, Drunk & Disorderly (D&D) Streamer

Calling all streamer freaks! Tommy Lynch's Drunk & Disorderly has taken huge Brown Trout and fly tiers by storm. The D&D's unique "Chuck, Jive, and Roll" means it's in constant motion and it's lack of weight puts the fisherman in control. End result? A fly that's irresistible to bruiser Browns. Learn to tie the Drunk and Disorderly from the master himself, Tommy Lynch, aka The Fish Whisperer.

In this video Tommy covers the "shad rap" version of the Drunk & Disorderly, however the fundamental design principals and materials are the same for the D&D (double) and Triple-D. Material list for the Shad Rap included in the video. If you'd like instructions for the double or triple, just ask the shop.

Looking for hard to find materials to tie Tommy's D&D? Give Schultz Outfitters a call (734-544-1761). If you're ever in the Ypsilanti, MI area be sure to stop by and check out our original Bar Flies tying event. Always the first. Still the best. If you can't make it, be on the lookout for more tying videos shortly.

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