Saturday, November 17, 2012

Brûlé McSprat

Both classic and modern

The Brûle McSprat is a spey fly conceived by my good friend, fishing partner and sometimes bandmate, Doug Schlink. This fly has proven itself very valuable on Quebec's Petit Cascapedia River. The full story of this fly can be found on the Angler Adventures Blog.

Brûlé McSprat

Tip: gold oval tinsel
Rear Body: bright green floss (Gordon Griffiths, if available)
Body Veil: bright green floss
Hackle: blue eared pheasant
Front Body: peacock herl
Throat: teal
Wing: bronze mallard
Head: black

Framed and on display at Camp Brûlé, Quebec

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