I finished the last flies for 2014 this morning, five sculpins # 6.
I wish everyone a great party and all the best for 2015! I thank you all for the nice comments, emails and support during the whole year! See you in 2015! Tight lines!
Used some quiet hours for some tying of nymphs for my fishing in the next year.
Four olive sculpins # 6 weighted with a tungsten bead in the front and again is the head secured with Bug Bond Lite.
Not many materials are used for this sculpin pattern:
Little sculpins #6 weighted with a tungsten head in the front. The deer hair head is secured with Bug Bond Lite to make it indestructible. I always liked this pattern und and I will always do, because I caught some really nice trouts with it. No matter, if you fish them upstream, in the swing or stripping them in, trouts love ’em.
It takes a bit to cut the head and it’s always a mess on your tying table, but it’s worth it. At least for me it is. ;-)