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Thin Mint Streamer

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How to tie the Thin Mint Streamer. The Thin Mint is a wooly bugger variation that is very effective on lakes and rivers. Lake fish will take this as a leech, dragon fly, or damsel fly nymph. On tailwater rivers, the thin mint has proven itself as must have small streamer pattern

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Fly Tying with Hans - Ripple Ice Minnow

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This pattern utilizes some of the new materials from Hareline Dubbin, and makes for a really cool baitfish pattern! Perfect for warmwater species like bass and walleye, and equally effective on trout. Tie a few up in various colors to match your local baitfish.

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Fly Tying with Hans - Peacock & Starling Soft Hackle

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Peacock & Starling Soft Hackle Materials 

Hans ties a modern twist on a classic pattern. The dyed peacock stick used for the body in this pattern creates a great looking fly, and the starling soft hackle makes a fly that has a lot of movement in the water. The Nature’s Spirit dyed peacock comes in a full comes in a full range of colors, so don’t be afraid to mix it up!

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Fly Tying with Hans - Starling and Olive Soft Hackle

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The Starling & Olive is a fantastic soft hackle pattern both fished by itself and swung or fished as a dropper fly below a dry fly or terrestrial. We’ve been playing around with fishing soft hackle patterns lately and have found them to be incredibly effective. This pattern lends itself well to color changes and variations as well. Tie a few up! Click on the link below to find the materials on our webstore.

Starling & Olive Soft Hackle Materials

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