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Cummings
Tied by Charles Dickson Jr.

Cummings

Name

Cummings

Category Steelhead Tube Fly
Tube

Brass, Copper or Aluminum

Tag Oval Silver tinsel
Butt Yellow hackle
Rib Claret floss with oval silver tinsel on either side of it over rear half of body, large oval silver over the front part of body
Body Rear half yellow floss, front half Claret dubbing
Body Hackle Yellow hackle palmered over front of body
Collar Claret hackle
Wing Brown rabbit strip over rear half, brown rabbit strip over front
Head Silver cone

Cummings was 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: The Cummings is another old standard for steelhead fishing on the west coast. It was originally invented the 1930ís by Ward Cummings and Clarence Gordon in Oregon. This is my version of the fly adapted to a tube.

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