|02-06-2003 02:39 PM|
Nice addition to the swap
Thanks - those are going right in my pocket file
|02-06-2003 12:34 PM|
|Brad||I have had the most success with scuds fishing tailwaters and lakes. The key for me is to match the size and color of what the fish are eating, seining the river really helps. The trout seem to key on the color of scuds more than any other fly that I know of. I fish them dead drift with a strike indicator as near to the bottom as possible. I will often fish 2 or 3 at a time until I hit on exactly the right size and color. I also use a scud as the top fly in a nymph rig with a size 22-26 midge or RS-2 below.|
|02-05-2003 06:04 PM|
Those are some incredible looking stuff
I really enjoyed those scuds. I have not had much suchses with other scuds in Argentina or MInesota. I there a prefered way to fish them?
|02-05-2003 04:17 PM|
|SDHflyfisher||i use hackle for a tail and for the front also i use a piece of a ziploc bag for the back|
|02-05-2003 12:21 PM|
Scud recipe and Fish
Scud hook 12-18
Thread to Match color
Commercial scud dubbing with flashy fibers
Tie on thin copper wire for the rib past the bend. Dub thick and loose and wind rib. Tie off rib and whip finish. Pick out legs, trim top and sides down to the rib. One can add a mylar flash back if the water is murky but otherwise leave it off. Color matters a great deal so I tie them in 8 colors in all 4 sizes. Fish is a 27" brown that took a size 18 orange scud.
|02-04-2003 11:54 PM|
Those are some "buggy" lookin' scuds! And I mean that as a compliment!
|02-04-2003 08:23 PM|
|SDHflyfisher||scuds i need to get a digital camera to start posting some of my flies|
|02-03-2003 10:21 PM|
Brads simple but deadly fly swap entry
This is Brads entry in the simple but deadly fly swap. I'll let Brad enter the recipe (and include that fish picture)