#13-2013 – Adams’ Salmon Shack tied by Darren MacEachern

#13-2013 Adams' Salmon Shack - Darren MacEachern

#13-2013 Adams’ Salmon Shack – Darren MacEachern

Tied by: Darren MacEachern
Originated by: Steve Adams
Source: Smelt Fly Patterns: Donald A. Wilson (1996), Pg. 33

Hook: Mustad 36808 #6
Thread: Black 8/0
Body: Silver holographic flat tinsel
Belly: White bucktail
Wing: Green bucktail then 6-8 peacock herls
Throat: Red hackle fibers
Eye: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black

Notes: Steves Adams originated the pattern and named the fly after his father’s camp on Seymour Lake. Darren modified the pattern by using a flat tinsel instead of the prescribed holographic braid. Holographic material was used to mimic the natural baitfish color. The patten has also been found to be productive tied in gray and purple version.

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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3 Responses to #13-2013 – Adams’ Salmon Shack tied by Darren MacEachern

  1. Rodney Bohannon says:

    Great looking Streamer
    Love the flow

  2. Jim Bennett. says:

    This sleek looking fly is very “fishy” looking,i bet it would work anywhere.I will be tying up a few to try on the Scottish trout….

  3. pacres says:

    Thanks everyone for stopping by to check out the streamers

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