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Mollidgewock Brook Streamer
Created and tied by Scott Biron
This streamer pattern is on a Partridge Heritage Streamer Hook using some specially dyed Ewing burnt orange streamer feathers. Named after a feeder brook to the Androscoggin River in the 13 Mile Woods area of Errol, NH. The Androscoggin River is a historic river that holds Brook, Rainbow, Brown Trout and Landlock Salmon. If one is lucky they can get one of each in one day resulting in an “Andro Home Run”.
Partridge CS17-9X #4 Heritage Streamer Hook can be tied in smaller sizes also
Tag: Copper flat tinsel
Butt: Three turns of ostrich herl
Body: Copper flat tinsel
Rib: Copper ultra-wire small (leading edge) Black ultra-wire small (trailing edge)
Belly: Sparse white bucktail beyond the bend of the hook, under the bucktail an orange dyed GPC almost to the hook point
Wing: Sparse black bucktail, over which are 4 burnt orange Ewing streamer feathers
Throat: Black hen followed by white hen
Shoulder: Lemon wood duck
Eye: Jungle cock nail
Topping: 2 Peacock herls curving over the wing
Scott Biron is a fly tyer from New Hampshire.