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Cains River Maramichi
Tied by Ard Stetts

Cains River Maramichi

Name Cains River Maramichi
Category Steelhead/Rainbow/Char
Tag Medium gold tinsel
Tail Black & white barred wood duck
Body Medium gold tinsel
Throat Buck tail stained light magenta
Wings Two magenta saddle hackle over which are tied two medium blue saddle hackles
Collar One magenta and one medium blue hackle wound and tied back
Cheeks Jungle cock
Head Black mono cord

Cains River Maramichi was tied by Salmonfly.Net Contributing Fly Tyer Ard Stetts. You can see more of Ard's flies at The Flies of Ard Stetts . See his notes below:

Webmaster Notes: Cains River Streamers were named after the Cains River in New Brunswick. Mr. Fred N Peet, from Chicago, used this type of streamer successfully in that area in 1924. These streamers, were first tied on regular length hooks, but now are tied mostly on 3x and 4x long shank hooks which are more effective.

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