|05-06-2002 10:50 PM|
|striblue||It's about 5 inches... Jared. the sand eel has a white bottom so I thought I would reverse it against the usual thinking. The flash is actually somewhat at the lower middle. also... in a rip the eel turns all over the place. I am also tying this fly without flash and only a white hackle bottom. Unlike a bunker or other bait fish I like to think of the eel somewhat different. I think of flash on the eel as more of an attractor as oppose to sun reflection from the top... just my thinking.|
|05-06-2002 10:13 PM|
|fish-head||Look's great , what is the overall length ? Fish-head|
|05-06-2002 08:50 PM|
interesting flash position. Normally it's tied as topping rather than the bottom layer....any particular reason?
|05-05-2002 09:42 PM|
|Jimmy||I like it!|
|05-05-2002 09:09 PM|
Long Hackle Sand Eel
Here is another experiment and I liked the way it came out. I took long thin hackles from my Kenny Abrames material and some green/yellow Chenille and made this clouser. I think it will work.