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 Black Prince

Name Black Prince
Category Steelhead
Hook 4 to 8, 2XS-1XL
Tail Short Bunch of Red Hackle Fibers
Ribbing Wide to Medium Oval Silver Tinsel
Body Rear Third, Medium Yellow Wool; Front Two Thirds Black Yarn or Chenille                         
Throat Black, Long and Soft
Wing Black Bucktail
Head Black

This fly originated way back in the late 1800s as a steelhead fly for the North Umpqua. It is still a popular pattern today.






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