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Black Jughead (Maxwell)

Name Black Jughead (Maxwell)
Category Sea-Run Cutthroat, Dry
Hook Dry Fly, 2X Long
Tail Dyed Black Deer or Elk
Body Bright Orange Wool, Palmered with Black Hackle Trimmed Short
Wing/Head Black Deer or Elk, Wound Around Hook and Trimmed to Make Head
Leave Long Ends Over Body for Wing

The pattern for this fly, originated by Forest Maxwell, came from the fine book by John Shewey, Northwest Fly Fishing Trout and Beyond.

 

 

 

 

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