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09-02-2003 07:58 AM
Igor Lambchop,

I think the fly you're asking about (the Steelhead Torrish) was posted on Salmonfly.Net as the Steelhead Fly of the Week for June 8, 2003.

If you like, I could send you the original .jpg and tying recipe via Email.

Igor

riverratlure@hotmail.com
08-23-2003 09:21 PM
pastortd Here's the Torrish for Salmon and Steelhead fron The English Fly Fishing Shop:
08-23-2003 06:54 AM
Lambchop
Steelhead Torrish

I saw a picture and recipe of a variation of the Yellow Torrish; called a Steelhead Torrish. Trouble is before I could tie 'em I lost the site. I believe it was on some guides page. Can anyone help me out? Thanks!

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