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Tube Tippet Shrimp (Orange), Tied By Scott Howell

Name Tube Tippet Shrimp (Orange)
Category Salmon/Steelhead
Tube HMH/Kennebeck River Single Wall Small (3/32" O.D.) Plastic Tubing
Tag Fine Gold Oval Tinsel
Tail Mixed Orange and Brown Bucktail with sparse strands of Pearl and Black Krystal Flash
Body 1/3 HareLine Orange Ice Dubbing - 2/3 HareLine Hot Orange STS Trilobal Dub - with Natural GP Tippets at joint between dubbing
RibSmall Gold Oval Tinsel (over 2d part of Body)
CollarNatural GP Rump Feathers (tied long)
HeadDanville Fl/Fire Orange no-wax Flymaster Thread

Categorizing flies is a tricky business. Most tyers will say that there is no sense in even trying. What has been developed for steelhead may turn out to be a fantastic producer for salmon and vice versa. Many flies cross the lines of being great steelhead, salmon, or even trout flies and this pattern is no exception. This Scott Howell Tube Shrimp pattern may have been inspired by the Tippet Shrimp patterns developed for Atlantic Salmon but it looks like it would be enticing for Pacific Salmon and Steelhead as well. You can see more of Scott Howell's flies at The Flies of Scott Howell.


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