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Ken's Mossback Spinner
A Ken Broadhead Tied Fly


Ken's Mossback Spinner 

Name Ken's Mossback Spinner
Category Steelhead/Salmon
Hook Any salmon
Spinner Small silver bead, size 1 spinner blade, silver bead
Tail Red egg yarn or any bright color
Rib Small gold or silver holographic
Body Brown/olive or black/olive chenille twisted into a rope
Thread Olive

Ken's Mossback Spinner was tied by Ken Broadhead. You will find many more of Ken's exceptional   flies on his page on this site,  The Flies of Ken Broadhead.

Kens Notes: From flies that I've used since the 1970's. These are little different than the originals but pretty much the same fly with a couple of exceptions. The spinner blades and components can be found a Cabelas. The original of this fly can be seen in Flies for Steelhead by Dick Stewart.

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