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Salmonfly.Net Salmon and Steelhead Fly Tying Guide  In Memory of Yuri Shumakov 

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Signal Light Spey

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Signal Light Spey

Name Signal Light Spey
Category Winter Steelhead
Hook Salmon/Steelhead Hook of Choice (Looks much nicer on a hook with more of a sweeping bend)
Tag Narrow Flat Silver Tinsel
Rib Narrow Oval Silver Tinsel
Thread Black, 6/0 or 8/0
Body Rear 1/4, Fire-Orange Floss; Next 1/4, Chartreuse Floss; Front 1/2, Black Crystal Chenille Palmered With Purple Spey Hackle or Marabou
Collar A Couple Turns of Black Marabou (I was out, so I subbed black Schlappen
Wing 4 Black Hackle Tips, Back to Back Tied on Top as a Short Wing

This pattern is originated by Randall Kaufmann, and named after the signal lights on the Deschutes River. See Signal Light for the non-Spey version.

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