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/ bead / Brown / Grizzly / marabou /

Goh's sculpin

tied by goh
Fly Type: Streamers,
Target Species: Trout,
Recommended Region: Central US,
Imitation: General Baitfish,
Material List:
Tail: Grizzly or chinchilla hackle
Body: Small Pearl Body Braid
Eyes: Small Bead Chain
Ballast: .035" lead - 1 cm long
Collar: Grizzly marabou
Thread: 6/0 brown
Tying Instructions: 1. Start thread and tie on bead chain eyes
2. Prepare hackle feather by stripping unwante fibers
3. Tie in hackle feather to back of hook on a vertical orientation and tie down lead in center of hook
4. Tie in body braid
5. Wrap body braid forward
6. Tie in marabou from the tip
7. Wrap marabou forward and figure 8 through bead chain eyes - complete one full wrap in front of eyes and tie off
8. Clip excess marabou and tie off thread.

Presentation Tips: This sculpin fly is designed to travel hook up and bounce over the bottom coming downstream. Fish it under an indicator. I use it as a dropper behind my nymphs and find this pattern cleaning up on bigger browns.

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