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Breaking Spawn  

Breaking Spawn 

Name Breaking Spawn
Heavy-wire, up-eye salmon hook, 2/0
Veevus orange holographic tinsel
Rear half - flat copper tinsel, veiled with pink schlappen fluff ; Body joint - pink ostrich herl ; Front half - yellow floss
5 clumps of dark turquoise marabou fibers, tied in on top of the hook from mid-body
Purple schlappen, guinea dyed kingfisher-blue
Cheeks Jungle Cock nails, angled slightly up

Breaking Spawn was designed and tied by Contributing Fly Tyer, Alyssa Halls. Alyssa Halls and Neil Strickland, who is also a contributing fly tyer own ANADROMY, a unique online store specializing in "quality, innovative, and effective patterns" for Steelhead, centrally located on the beautiful Hoh River on the Olympic Peninsula..

Alyssa's Notes: ""Breaking Spawn" - A color variation of Shewey's Spawning Purple, named in honor of Forks, Washington's claim to fame...

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