Quick Baitfish Streamer Step By Step For Asp, Trout, Perch, Zander, …

This is a really quick step by step of a good baitfish pattern. Ok, to be honest, I just tied this fly for my fishing and took a quick shot from time to time. ;-)

This baitfish looks ok when dry, but when it’s wet! Holy cow! It looks amazing! The Senyo Laser Dubbing gets semi-tranparent and there is a cool flash in the fly, too. The tail made out of arctic fox just moves fantastic in the water. One important fact is, that you have to stiffen the first 5 mm of the tail with Bug Bond Lite. So, the tail doesn’t tangle around the hook bend during the cast. Most flies with a really soft tail material behave like that and it is really a pain in the ass, when you strip your fly in and you see almost every cast, that it was tangled. When you put some weight in the front like lead wire or a tungsten bead, you get a nice jigging effect. Just give this fly a try. It’s durable, it’s tied very fast and it catches fish.

IMG_4142 (Large)

4 thoughts on “Quick Baitfish Streamer Step By Step For Asp, Trout, Perch, Zander, …

  1. What type and size hook do you use? I’m thinking of using a Gamakatsu B10S Stinger in a size 4. I also plan on using it for bass and trout.

    • Hi Jack! I use the Gamakatsu F314 #4. I think it’s the same as the B10S Stinger, just a different name for the European market.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.