Nice Mickey Finn. I tie them a little more sparse so the silver body shows through and it isn't overly buoyant. Also, something to try with your marabou on jigs, bring the marabou into a tight bunch and pinch tightly, then tear (don't cut) the tips to make a fuller tail using less marabou. When you cut, it gives a straight unnatural edge. Tearing gives it a nice look.
Here's a great jig pattern if you want to try dubbing. I tie them in 1/32, 1/48, 1/64. and 1/80. You can get gold, silver, or natural lead heads in many hook outlets. You can use any fur, but most often I use rabbit zonker strips in any color. My favorites are black, chartreuse, white, and natural rabbit.
Cut off a 1/2" piece of a zonker strip and then cut the fur close to the hide strip and tie it in tightly for the tail. Cut another 1/2 to 3/4" piece of zonker strip and cut from the hide. Mix the fur and dub it onto the thread. Dub a thick, full body and tie off your thread. If you use red thread, you can make an exaggerated red collar where you tie off the thread. Then fluff up the body with a dubbing brush, Velcro, or a dubbing needle.
Rabbit is very soft and moves freely in the water. You can add a little crystal flash, black with a few strands of red crystal flash is my current favorite.
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