Definition of Streamer fly
1. Noun. An artificial fly that has wings extending back beyond the crook of the fishhook.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Streamer Fly
Literary usage of Streamer fly
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1. The Life of General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., F.R.S., D.C.L. by Stephen Watson Fullom (1863)
"But soon they made out her hull and rig, and saw a streamer fly to her top. She was coming! Such a cry rang out as she entered the bay and anchored, ..."
2. The Greyhound in 1864: Being the Second Edition of a Treatise on the Art of by John Henry Walsh (1864)
"RIOT (which see) \ Bedlamite Black Fly Marquis Kirtles II Rocket Stella Kouli Knavery III! j Bugle) _J Khan (Sister to streamer fly PERFORMANCES. ..."