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Juner Shrimp (Downey)

Name Juner Shrimp
Category Atlantic Salmon
Hook Size 6 to 12, Single, Double or Treble Salmon Hook
Tag Oval or Flat Gold Tinsel
Tail Golden Pheasant Red Breast Feather
Rear Body Red Seal's Fur
Rib Oval Flat Gold Tinsel
Middle Hackle Yellow
Front Body Purple Seal's Fur
Rib Oval or Flat Gold Tinsel
Front Hackle Purple
Head Black

This pattern came from the fine book by Peter O'Reilly, Trout & Salmon Flies of Ireland. He writes that the Juner Shrimp was devised by Chris Downey, manager of Foxford Fishery's private beats on the Moy. It gets its name from being an excellent fly for fresh June fish, but it's also noted for taking fish in cold weather. 





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