White Ghost Step by Step Tutorial

White Ghost Streamer

I don’t see too many tutorials or step by step articles on how to properly tie up Carrie Stevens patterns. I did however find this wonderful photo tutorial by Eric Austin on tying the White Ghost (Thanks for not doing the Gray Ghost) using the pre-assembled wing technique. So while we wait for the start of the Streamers365 to begin, hopefully this can be a bit of a distraction and inspire a few to tie a few classics.

White Ghost Streamer - Tied by Eric Austin Originated by Carrie Stevens

White Ghost Streamer - Tied by Eric Austin Originated by Carrie Stevens

Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Body: Orange floss
Ribbing: Flat silver tinsel
Underbelly: Four to six strands of peacock herl, then white bucktail
Throat: White hackle fibers then a golden pheasant crest
Wing: A golden pheasant crest; Four white hackles
Shoulders: Silver pheasant body feather
Cheeks: Jungle cock
Head: Black with an orange band

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1 Response to White Ghost Step by Step Tutorial

  1. Jim says:

    Beutiful pattern,i bet these would be amazing for pike..

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