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Cheech’s Moodah Poodah IV

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hook - WFC Model 28 #10
thread - UTC 140 black
tag - UTC 140 fluoro orange/UV resin
rib - Spanflex black (1/2 strand)
abdomen - Spectrum dubbing purple
wing - deer hair bleached
head/overwing - 2mm foam purple
indicator - Parapost hot orange
legs - medium rubber black

Regards,
Scott

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I won't pretend to speak for Scott, I think the flies sometimes are not meant to imitate anything in particular, just something that might be tasty to a fish.

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1 minute ago, Mark Knapp said:

I won't pretend to speak for Scott, I think the flies sometimes are not meant to imitate anything in particular, just something that might be tasty to a fish.

Definitely. Maybe a reaction strike.
Can't say how many times fish have hit my indicator.
"Like a teenage boy hitting on the ugly girlfriend."😂

Kimo

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Certainly brite and pretty.  Seven different materials on that lil hook.  Amazing creations, SBP !!!!  Ring In The Clowns 😛

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Some flies from this week.  First one not as pretty as Kimos. The next two single feather nymphs.  Then nymphs from FTD nymph test dubbing. Last a Guides Choice Hares Ear. 

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2 hours ago, Landon P said:

What does that initiate Scott?

Landon,

Just general attractors to get their attention; the trout I fish for tend to be dim bulbs.

Regards,
Scott
 

 

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Just now, SBPatt said:

Landon,

Just general attractors to get their attention; the trout I fish for tend to be dim bulbs.

Regards,
Scott
 

 

I might have to tie some of these up to!

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Starting to play with deer hair poppers.

This one is tied for big pike, not according to any particular recipe. Just for practice.

On a size 9/0 Owner hook, overall it's 8 inches long.

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The barred chickabou feathers on the side are supposed to flutter like legs when stripped, that's the idea anyway.

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I think I'd call that a Mardi Gras Mouse, Mark!  Looks killer, and I think you're a natural for deer hair work.

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