About the Sculpin SA Trout Fly
Excellent when minnows are around, but equally good at any time.
The Sculpin is an American fly that Harry developed to suit local minnows in South Africa.
Creator of this trout fly: Anon
Tier of this trout fly: Harry Stewart
Country of origin for this trout fly: America
This trout fly is designed to be fished on Dams & Reservoirs, Still Water
- Hook : 2-10.
- Thread : Black 0/6.
- Body : Antrim, 20% Brown, 20% White, 10% Orange, 50% rabbit fur.
- Rib : Gold oval wire.
- Wing/Tail : Strip of rabbit fur.
- Fins : Partridge hackles.
- Head : Spun deer hair.
Gold oval ribbiing tied in at tail. Leave about 1/4 inch back from head, Now tie in a strip of rabbit fur to extend beyond the end of the hook, forming a tail.
Rib the strip with oval gold towards the head.Tie off the ribbing.
Fins are partridge hackles tied in before you do the head and ribbing and body.
Create the head with spun deer hair, trimmed to muddler shape. The top of the head is cut flat, angled upwards to strip of fur.
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