Published Sep 17. 2021 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Sep 17. 2021

Two-tone Amber Shiner

Full tying SBS and underwater footage. The video on this hot golden hair winged streamer fly is one in a series of videos showing how to get more out of your bucktails, by using the light as well as the dark hairs on the material. A fast tied fly, that mimics several different baitfish, and catch trout, perch, panfish, bass and other fry eating predators. Especially great for trout in fresh- as well as saltwater.

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Two-tone Amber Bucktail Shiner
Hook: Ahrex NS118 Classic Streamer # 4-6
Thread: Red -
Body: Veevus Flatbraid - Shiny Gold
Wing: Amber bucktail - dark hair over light hair -
Shoulder: 2 small teal or grey mallard feathers -

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