Dr. Milne Streamer fly originated by Bert Quimby and named after Dr. Douglas Milne. Developed for salmon and brook trout in Maine waters. Tied on a Partridge Heritage Streamer Hook using Ewingfeatherbirds saddle hackles. Solarez Bone Dry Black on the head.

Dr. Milne Streamer Bert Quimby Pattern

Partridge CS17-7X #2 or 4 Heritage Streamer Hook

Tag: Four or Five turns of narrow gold tinsel
Tail: Golden pheasant crest feathers curving upward

Body: Yellow chenille Wings: Black bear hair followed by 4 gray saddles long
Shoulder: Brown mallard breast feather Topping: Red goose feather as long as the jungle cock
Cheeks: Jungle cock nail
Head: Black

Scott A. Biron

Scott Biron cut his teeth learning to tie flies and fly fish back in the 1960s in the North County of New Hampshire. He has fished many of the streams north of route 26 in NH and his favorite the Androscoggin River. An active fly tying instructor for NH Fish & Game and is popular tying and instructing in regional shows. Scott was awarded the 2017 NH Traditional Arts Grant and studied the art of fly tying under Peggy Brenner.

In March of 2018 he ​was added to the prestigious NH Traditional Arts & Folklife Listing. He has a strong interest in historical NH fly tyers and their lost patterns and has published, researched, instructed as well as demonstrated many of these lost NH fly patterns. Scott instructs individuals of all ages in the art of fly tying and is known for including the history of these tyers and their flies in his instruction. Each year he is a volunteer instructor at NH Fish & Game's Camp Barry's Fish Camp where he instructs over 50 young campers in fly tying and fly fishing. A member of the Catskill Fly Tyers Guild and author for the NH Wildlife Journal with an article on Caddis Flies.

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