An interesting pattern tied in honor of Ray Bergman as the name obviously suggests. Bergman’s friend Phil Armstrong designed and named the pattern and it’s part of the trout fin series which represent the fins of a brook trout that apparently was a proven bait in the US. To my knowledge it was mostly used for brook trout and steelhead but I’m sure it will catch all kinds of predatory fish. I didn’t have a suitable grey wool thread so instead I dubbed the body from a mix of grey wool, muskrat underfur and rabbit underfur and used orange wool as a rib.
Tail: Married sections of orange, grey and white goose.
Body: Alternate ribs of dark grey and orange wool.
Wing: Married sections of orange, grey and white goose.