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Fly Tying Streamer Fly Patterns
- Streamers are generally understood to be those that imitate some of the larger organisms that make up the diet of gamefish.
Streamer patterns most often imitate small fish/minnows/sculpins/darters, but are also tied to imitate everything from leeches, eels, small snakes to crayfish.
Tying Bass Flies
- Patterns that are tied to suit the behavior, habitat and sometimes unusual tastes of these moody, overgrown members of the sunfish family. Bass fly patterns can include poppers, streamers and nymphs, even dry flies and emergers.
- Fly patterns (usually nymphs, eggs or streamers) that are designed for a very specific application~migratory salmonids.
Fly Tying Streamers & Poppers Latest Article
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006 at 8:07 pm
Until recently, I considered the Double Bunny streamer to be a pike fly. Not that it IS one of course, but the warm water fly box is exactly where you would find mine. That is until last summer….
Step By Step Instructions for Tying Streamers-Poppers Patterns