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/ Brown / Bucktail / Grizzly / Mallard Flank / Marker / Red / white /
tied by P. G. Beckett
Fly Type: Attractor Pattern,
Target Species: Freshwater Bass,
Recommended Region: Southeast US,
Imitation: Sand Eels,
Hook- Modified Kahle Bentback- belly weighted
Tail-4 heavily webbed grizzly hackles
Body-White under, covered with pearl Flexi- Cord
Wing-White bucktail, dark brown bucktail and mallard flank dyed wood duck
Head-Self designed covering to accent the body- made of natural chamois
All additional colors is permanent markers
Tying Instructions: The weighted hook is shown in a photo
Tied in order of materials (similar to a deceiver)
The Head-See the photo with shapes and notice they have a tying tab.
Follow the photos step by step and make sure you use a good size drop of "GOOP" under it. Word of caution! If you use glue on eyes-lacquer and let dry the two spots first!
Note: Any streamer type fly I summit will always have this style of finished head.
Presentation Tips: Worked slowly it has caught a wide variety of gamefish in both fresh and salt water.
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