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This fly is a new one I created. Its a fly that has worked well for me the last few trips. Its got a large head, and holds its shape well. The movement is great, and is the perfect sculpin imitation. It is heavily weighted and will sink to the bottom with ease. This is awesome for fishing large predator trout in streams or lakes, and also will work great for other species like bass and even pike. With different colors it could even mimic a mullet for fishing Redfish and Seatrout on the gulf. Hook: Daiichi 2220 - Size 4 Thread: Danville Big Fly Thread - Black Tail: Olive Zonker Strip Body: Kracken Dubbing - GT Olive Flash: Holographic Flashabou - Black Legs: Rubber Legs - Olive with black stripes Weight: Brass Dumbbell Eyes - 6mm - Nickel Bottom of the head: Bull Frog Dubbing: Golden Olive and Starburst Dubbing: Yellow Top of the head: Bull Frog Dubbing: Olive and Starburst Dubbing: Olive Resin: Solarez "Bone Dry" UV Curing Resin
A few episodes back on my fly fishing channel, I asked if anyone wanted to see a fly I fought a fish on. This was a deer hair collar head zonker type streamer with some rubber legs and lots of flash. Everyone said they wanted to see it, so here it is. Im no expert at spinning deer hair, but its good enough to fish with, and it catches fish. I am happy with it, and so are the fish. Im sure all you here can give me more pointers though on this, as I am no expert, or even OK at doing this. Hook: Gamakatsu SS15 - size 2 Cone Head: 6mm silver Thread: Danville's "big fly" thread - black Tail: 1/8" barred rabbit zonker Tail Flash: Gold crystal flash and black holographic flashabou Dubbing: Starburst dubbing - golden peacock Gill: Calf tail - red Collar: Olive deer body hair adhesive: Hard as hull head cement