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Jay's Green Raffia Stone (Passmore)

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Jay's Green Raffia Stone (Passmore)

Name Jay's Green Raffia Stone (Passmore)
Category Steelhead
Tail Grizzly Hackle Barbs
Abdomen Fluorescent Yellow Dubbing
RibCopper Wire
BackKelly Green Raffia, Bound Down by the Copper Wire
ThoraxFluorescent Yellow Dubbing
Hackle Grizzly Palmered Over the Thorax
Wing Kelly Green Raffia, Continued From the Back
Head Fluorescent Green

The pattern for this fly, originated by Jay Passmore of Dungannon, Ontario, came from the fine book by Dick Stewart and Farrow Allen, Flies for Steelhead. They write that this fly was originated around 1988 for summer and fall-run steelhead . It's a popular nymph pattern in Canada on the Nottawasaga, Big Head, Saugen, and Nine Mile Rivers and probably just as effective on the US side.


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