#131 – St. Ingace Streamer

#131 St. Ingace Streamer - Darren MacEachern

#131 St. Ingace Streamer - Darren MacEachern

Tied by: Darren MacEachern
Originated by: Robert E. Coulson
Source: Streamer Fly Tying and Fishing, Bates – Pg. 331

Hook: Sealey 1797B 1/0
Thread: 6/0 black
Tail: Golden pheasant tippet
Body: Medium flat gold tinsel
Throat: Honey badger hackle wrapped then gathers down
Wing: 3 honey badger hackles, thing and extending slightly beyond the tail
Eye: Jungle cock, small and rather short
Head: Black

Notes: The St. Ingace Streamer is the last in the trio of streamers originated by Robert E. Coulson of Buffalo, New York. The trio also includes the Saguenay Streamer and the Lord Denby Streamer which were designed for fishing the large coaster brook trout of Ontario’s Nipigon River. The St. Ingace Streamer was named for St. Ignace Island, located at the mouth of the Nipigon River system and known for its shallow shores which attract large numbers of baitfish. This in turn attracts the hungry coaster brook trout that the area is so well known for.

Darren MacEachern – Darren has been fishing from the age of 4 all across Canada. He started on the east coast in Prince Edward Island before moving west to the banks of the Bow River in Calgary Alberta. He now resides just outside of Toronto, fishing the Great Lakes and the fine tributary waters around.
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1 Response to #131 – St. Ingace Streamer

  1. Jim Bennett says:

    Nice n sleek easy to cast streamer..

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