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Eel-Worm

 
tied by dsaavedra
Fly Type: Miscellaneous,
Target Species: Freshwater Bass,
Recommended Region: Northeast US,
Imitation: Worms,
Material List:
Tail: Two long narrow dyed pink grizzly hackles, with two short fat dyed pink grizzly hackles at base.

Body: Synthetic pink dubbing.

Hackle: Dyed pink grizzly wet fly hackle.

Eyes: silver beadchain eyes.
Tying Instructions: tie in bead chain eyes.

tie in the two long feathers on either side of the hook.

tie in the two short feathers at the base of the long ones, on either side of the hook.

tie in the hackle by the tip.

dub the body to just behind eyes.

wrap hackle forward, tie off behind eyes.

dub between eyes.

make a cone head of thread infront of eyes, whipfinish.
Presentation Tips: i selected "worm" for its imitation, but in reality, it imitates a rubber worm. so keep that in mind when fishing.

wiggle it on the bottom while slooooowwlllyyyy stripping in line.



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