THIS PATTERN IS A COMBINATION OF TWO GREEN HIGHLANDER VERSIONS. SOME FROM THE GREEN-BLACK HIGHLANDER AND THE SCOTTISH HAIRWING VERSION. VERY EFFECTIVE ESPECIALLY IN EARLY SEASON.
DOWN UNDER IS THE STEP BY STEP VERSION, AND UNDER THE PICTURES IS THE FLY TYING PATTERN.
The fly tying pattern GREEN HIGHLANDER:
- Butt: Silver tinsel
- Tail: Yellow flouro fiber
- Body: Yellow and green holo tinsel
- Rib: silver tinsel
- Hackle: Chartreuse hen
- Wing: Green, fiery brown and black raccoon
- Throat: Yellow hen
- Cheeks: JC
- Head: Black and yellow veevus 14/0
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