Mini D&D (Drunk & Disorderly) Streamer by Tommy Lynch

(NOTE: Background music is saying Funk, not the other word.)

Tommy Lynch’s Drunk & Disorderly has become huge Brown Trout crack. With a few twists & turns, the “Mini D” has proven itself to be an awesome streamer for winter STEELHEAD. One of the most exciting ways to hunt Steel thru the frozen months we’ve ever seen. Learn to tie the the master himself, Tommy Lynch, aka The Fish Whisperer.

In this video Tommy covers the “mini” version of the Drunk & Disorderly, however the fundamental design principals and materials are the same for the D&D (double) and Triple-D. Material list for the Mini-D included in the video. Check out our other videos for instructions on the double, or just ask the shop for pattern sheets.

Looking for hard to find materials to tie Tommy’s Mini-D? Give Schultz Outfitters a call (734-544-1761). If you’re ever in the Ypsilanti, MI area be sure to stop by and check out our original Bar Flies tying event. Always the first. Still the best. If you can’t make it, be on the lookout for more tying videos shortly.


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2 Responses to Mini D&D (Drunk & Disorderly) Streamer by Tommy Lynch

  1. Hey, this is Brian from SO. Somebody pointed out that it sounds like there is profanity in the background track. Let me assure you there is not. The track is called “Low Asia Ultra FUNK”. After listening to it a few times, I guess it’s reasonable that some folks have interpreted that as the “F-word” since it’s very much distorted and part of the background. Just wanted to point out that the video may be FUNKY but not profane. We appreciate the folks who brought it to our attention. It’s something we’ll be more in-tune with in future music selections!

    • Paul Beel

      Ahhh hah! That is great to know Brian! I have to say, it was brought to my attention this morning because I didn’t hear it when I listened to it last night. When I listened this morning I thought it was saying the F-word. So it is good to know that it is just FUNKY! Haha!

      Thanks man!