#113 – Red Riot

#113 Red Riot - Dwayne Miller

#113 Red Riot - Dwayne Miller

Tied by: Dwayne Miller
Originated by: Duane Vigue
Source: Art of Angling Journal; Volume 2 Issue 1 pg. 127

Hook: Partridge CS15 #2/0
Thread: Red
Tag: Flat silver tinsel
Body: Red floss
Rib: Flat silver tinsel
Belly: Peacock herl followed by red bucktail
Wing: Four grizzly dyed red hackles
Shoulder: Silver pheasant body feather dyed red
Eyes: Jungle cock
Head: Red

Notes: As with many of Duane Vigue’s patterns, there is always at least one material that can be hard to find stocked on the shelf, and might require a custom dye job. Thankfully Dwayne is well versed in dying feathers and was able to get a batch of the silver pheasant feathers dyed for the streamer. When the streamer gets wet, the red tones down and darkens, giving an impression more akin to an injured baitfish than a red-hot iron. The streamer has been quite successful with the brook trout on the lookout for easy prey.

Dwayne MillerDwayne Miller – I was born and presently reside on Prince Edward Island, Canada. I’ve been chasing trout around PEI since the age of 5 and found out about flyrods at 12. I continued to fish both for a few more years but in 1988 that all changed as my good friend and mentor, Scott Mitchell turned me onto chasing Atlantic salmon with the flyrod. This was a life changing moment, and I’ve been on a mad whirl’wind ride chasing these magnificent fish ever since.
Fly Fish The Island
[visit Dwayne’s streamer page on Streamers 365]

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1 Response to #113 – Red Riot

  1. Kelly L says:

    That is a definite eye catcher! Well done!

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