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Silver Hilton

Name Silver Hilton
Category Steelhead
Hook Size 4-8, 2XS-1XL Salmon Hook
Tail Speckled Mallard
Body Black Chenille
Ribbing Wide to Medium Flat Silver Tinsel
Throat Gray Grizzly Hackle
Wing Four Flared Out Grizzly Hackle Tips, Long Enough to Reach to End of Tail
Head Black

The Silver Hilton was originated around 1950 on the Klamath and Trinity River systems. Similar to the Skunk in color, but not action, this fly's hackle tip wings undulate in the water giving it more action than its black and white cousin.

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