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Mandy's Dark Muskie Fly

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About the Mandy's Dark Muskie Freshwater Fly

Mandy's Dark Muskie is, as the name suggests a pattern tied for muskies, the American version of the English and European pike.

It is a variant of the original that was tied and created by Brian Thielicke. It has a triple rabbit strip wing, is very mobile and is full of pulsating action when retrieved, all very tempting for predatory muskie or pike.

Expert Tip:

You need to set the hooks home, so if you are fishing deep, wind down on the fish and strike twice firmly.

Creator of this freshwater fly: Brian Thielicke

Tier of this freshwater fly: Mandy Shelvey

Country of origin for this freshwater fly: America

This freshwater fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Rivers & Streams, Still Water

Pattern Dressings

  • Hook : 4-0.
  • Tail : White buck tail with a strip of rabbit over top.
  • Body : Olive cactus chenille or fritz.
  • Throat : White buck tail.
  • Wings : Three strips of dark brown rabbit fur and with strands of gold flashabou over.
  • Eye : Large lead dumbbells with large glass taxidermy eyes or large epoxy eyes stuck on each side of dumbbells.

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