|12-14-2003 06:08 PM|
Cool looking fly, Thanks for the Sample.
I know a few Chinook Fans that will love this, in Chartreuse , Pink and Fuchsia.
I think even Fred would love them on a double.
I couple for tilde influence runs Southeast Alaska that This would be real plus for Steelhead, Rainbows, Dollies, and Salmon.
How does it look in blue???????????????????????????????????
|12-07-2003 01:21 PM|
Named at last!
Thanks to all the comments, the fly now has a name. The "Jimmy Squid" Couldn't have named it without you Kush!
|12-06-2003 09:05 PM|
|flytyer||Lamb's wool body veiling on a fly tied with Trojans. Sound more like this creation belongs in a Jenna Jamison flick.|
|12-06-2003 07:45 PM|
|12-06-2003 07:44 PM|
|12-06-2003 06:35 PM|
Yes, it does indeed have a sort of phalic style to it...:hehe:
But seriously phil I think your on to something here, I would maybe add a bit more at the rear of the fly for steelhead though to bulk it up a bit.
|12-06-2003 05:58 PM|
|kush||Is that a Sheik or a Trojan over the front of the fly?|
|12-06-2003 05:39 PM|
I don' need no stinkin' Intruder!!
Okay, intruders are awesome, but they are a hassle to tie, and they pretty much look like squid. Here's a pattern I've been fishing on and off for the last couple of months after seeing Jack Cooks' prawn at the "Silver Reeach tying roundtable". Basically it's a purple and black version of a pattern I've fished for stripers and white sea bass in Monterey Bay Kelp for years. Nothing at all original. This is a sparse version, but even a fully dressed one takes about 5 minutes to tie. It's taken salmon, but I haven't had the chance to really work it on steelhead. Let the flame wars begin