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Green Butt Skunk Spey (Gobin)

Name Green Butt Skunk Spey (Gobin)
Category Steelhead
Tag Flat Silver Tinsel and Fluorescent Green Floss, Ribbed with Flat Silver Tinsel Over Silver Tinsel Underbody
Tail Red Hackle Barbs
Body Black Sealex (Seal Substitute)
RibOval Silver Tinsel
HackleBlack Schlappen Palmered Over the Black Dubbing
Wing White Skunk Hair
Collar Speckled Guinea Hackle

The pattern for this fly, originated by Steve Gobin, came from the fine book by Dick Stewart and Farrow Allen, Flies for Steelhead. They write that Steve Gobin designed the Green Bunk Skunk Spey as his variation of the popular Green Butt Skunk.

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