Siberian Tiger Fly

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Siberian Tiger Fly

Siberian Tiger Fly

Meet the Alec Jackson Spey hook

Hi folks. Just a quick note to say how much I enjoy tying with Daiichi hooks.  Most of my experience with them has been on Alec Jackson Spey hooks, but I`ve also been given a few trout hooks to try as well. I tie a quite a few exibition patterns, most of which are donated for fundraisers for conservation organizations.  The picture I`m attaching is one of my original patterns, the Tiger Eye Spey, tied on a 1.5 AJ spey hook.  The body is Siberian Tiger underfur, from a friends’ tigers’ grooming.   The original was sent to my good friend who supplied the tiger fur, Keith Dyer, in British Colombia.  Hope you like the fly.  Oh yeah, I`ll attach the Durham Ranger on a 3/0 I did too.

Tight Lines & Big Smiles,

Jamie Web Director,

Trout Unlimited Canada, Nova Scotia.

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