September Witch a Mike Martinek fly pattern
Hook: Partridge Heritage Streamer Hook size 2-6 in 7x or 9x
Body: copper tinsel
Rib: copper wire (doubled and wound on like oval tinsel)
Belly: fine orange bucktail with fine white bucktail under this
Underwing: 6 peacock herls
Wing: (seperate assembly each side) 1 claret hackle with 1 olive gray hackle outside of the claret
Shoulders: dyed red golden pheasant body feathers
Throat: short golden pheasant crest then white schlappen
Finishing with a bit of red schlappen on throat and on the top of the fly
Cheeks: jungle cock
The September Witch is a Mike Martinek fly pattern that was created in 1972 to be fished in Newfound Lake in New Hampshire USA. This is tied in the Rangley style and can be used as both a casting or trolling fly.
Scott A Biron
Scott is a member of the Regal Vice Pro Team, Partridge Pro Endorsed Team, Solarez Pro Team, Ewing Feather Birds Pro Team a Fulling Mill Ambassador and enjoys relationships with Orvis, Loon Outdoors and Hareline.
New London, New Hampshire USA