|04-18-2003 03:51 PM|
Here's a jig
This one is tied with straight artic fox. I didn't palmer it on, I just cinch it similar to stacking deer hair and flairs out like this.
|04-18-2003 03:49 PM|
Love artic fox!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I use jigs alot. I don't use marabou. I prefer to use artic fox tail. I can tie it so it stacks up and make a good profile. Alot sturdier then marabou and doesn't brake down as easily. I've used it on my popsicle flies with alot of success.
Here's a picture of one of my chum flies (a retrofited popsicle) made with artic fox.
|04-18-2003 12:56 PM|
|John Desjardins||Nice fly, If you put an eye on the back of the tube you'd have a squid.|
|04-18-2003 12:41 PM|
The latest installment
I feel this is a better melding of marabou and Intruder style. I am going to try some Arctic Fox in lieu of the marabou - as Ed does, but 2 turns of marabou in front of the pheasant still gives the depth and translucency I'm looking for.