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Flutter Tube, Purple and Orange
Designed and Tied by Charles Dickson Jr.

Flutter tube, Purple and Orange

Name

Flutter Tube, Purple and Orange

Category Steelhead Tube Fly
Tube

Orange plastic or white plastic with some orange junction tubing on the back end

Tail Purple dyed pheasant rump wound as a hackle
Body Purple haze SLF
Joint Purple dyed pheasant rump wound as a hackle and four or five orange hackles striped except for the tips
Collar Purple dyed pheasant rump wound as a hackle and four or five orange hackles striped except for the tips
Head Orange turbo type cone

Flutter Tube, Purple and Orange was designed and tied by Charles Dickson Jr. You can find more of his flies on his page on this site, The Flies of Charles Dickson Jr.

Charlie's Notes: This tube is designed to have lots of action. The hackles are highly mobile and the turbo cone gives them even more action.

 

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