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Green Brite Lace Comet

Name Green Comet
Category Pacific Salmon
Hook Size 2 to 8
Thread Chartreuse or fluorescent Green 6/0 standard or Flymaster Plus
Tail Black Squirrel, Bear or Bucktail, Tied Comet Style
Body Green Brite Lace (Purchased at Craft Stores) or Edge Brite, One Wrap Under Tail
Collar Black Saddle Hackle
Eyes Large bead chain or Substitute
Head Tying thread

This fly is a comet variation that uses a material from craft stores called Brite Lace. The material is a little bulky but has an iridescent quality that almost glows. The tail is tied traditional comet style with a few wraps of thread under it, holding it up and out, and very long. I tie this in silver and gold as well. The bead chain eyes can be left out, but add weight to the fly to get it down. See also the Silver Comet , Gold Comet, Purple Comet , Blue Comet , and Green Brite Lace Comet.


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