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Black and Peacock trout fly

Description The Black and Peacock trout fly is a rounded shape that represents a snail. Its origins trace back to 1816, so it is one of the oldest patterns still in use today, testimony to its effectiveness. It is also known as the Black and Peacock Spider.

Black and Peacock

Black and Peacock Spider
Art of Fly Fishing Calendar
1998-2007

© Michael Scheele

Type Wet fly
Use The Black and Peacock is used on lake and still waters where it is fished slowly along the bottom to represents a small snail. The hackled spider pattern is fished slowly subsurface.
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