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  1. This very large streamer tied on a 4/0 hook is made specifically for pike, but large bass would hit this as well. This fly moves really nicely in the water, and has a lot of flash and bright colors. Also being tied with craft fur, it flows really nicely when moving. To keep the craft fur tail from fowling up on the hook, I tied a bit of buck tail underneath it since buck tail is a bit more stiff. Also, I tied a bit of Unique hair in between the craft fur because it doesn't hold water, and still adds lots of bulk without the weight. So you can tie this larger with it still staying cartable. Hook: Gamakatsu Inline Octopus SE 4xStrong - size 4/0 Thread: Danville's 210 flat waxed Krazy or Super Glue Bucktail: Chartreuse Extra Select Craft Fur: Chartreuse and Black Unique Hair: Purple Crystal Flash: Silver Flashabou: Saltwater size, Pearl Dubbing: Arctic Wind, Black and Hot Yellow Polar Chanille Eyes: 10mm 3D eyes Adhesive: Fletch Tite
  2. This has to be one of my favorite streamers for bass fishing. It swims really well in the water with lots of movement. There is lots of flash in the tail which attracts fish like pike who seem to go after shiny things. Also, this fly doesn't hold a lot of water, so its not too difficult to cast with a 6wt-8wt rod. You could use other materials as well for this. If you don't have Arctic Wind dubbing, you could use hairlines custom blend. It has different properties, but it would work for this pattern. Hook: Gamakatsu SS15 - Size 1/0 Thread: Danville's 210 flat waxed - Chartreuse Tail: Extra Select Craft Fur - White and Chartreuse Flash: Flashabou - Pearl Collar: Starburst Dubbing - Hot yellow Weight: Brass Dumbbell eye - 5mm Adhesive: Krazy Glue Dubbing Head: Arctic Wind Dubbing - White and Hot Yellow Head Cement: Solarez "Bone Dry" UV curing resin
  3. Dress in Bucktail Deceiver style like Bob Popovics flies, with Mono extension, Ostrich, Weedguard in wire and Ep fibers in Head... 14 inches long Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  4. Dress in Bucktail Deceiver style like Bob Popovics flies, with Mono extension, Ostrich, Weedguard in wire and Ep fibers in Head... 14 inches long Uploaded with ImageShack.us
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