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Carlson Coho

Name Carlson Coho
Category Sockeye/Coho/Steelhead
Hook Mustad 36890, Sizes 1-4
Thread Black
Tail Unraveled Silvar Mylar Tubing, From End of Body
Body Silver Mylar Tubing, Tied at End and Wrapped with Red Thread
Throat Hoyt Pink Saddle Hackle
Wing Pink Bucktail over White Bucktail with a Topping of Peacock Herl
Head Black

The pattern for this fly came from the fine book by Alaska Flyfishers, Fly Patterns of Alaska. If you are interested in fly fishing Alaska, or in popular Alaska fly patterns, this book is a must. It is chock full of patterns of all types. Alaska Flytyers write that this pattern has been effective for Reds, Silvers, and Kings in the rivers and saltwater in the Bristol Bay and Kenai Peninsula areas.

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