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Thursday, December 17, 2015

Mohawk Sculpin v 2.0

Upgraded fly with upgraded parts



This fly has kind of been on the back burner in my box, but it has caught plenty of fish since it's birth.  Also, since we got these Finz from Jonathan Kiley we have been going nuts by putting them on about any fly pattern that warrants them.  The Mohawk sculpin was a perfect candidate for some fin addition surgery, so on they went.  The original mohawk sculpin is listed HERE for your reference.  You will see that we have made minor changes to other parts of the fly, but for the most part the fins are the only big change.

Recipes listed under the video.



Recipes:


Brown
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S #1 (+)
Thread: Danville 140 - Brown (+)
Head: Fish Skull sculpin helmet - Brown (Small) (+)
Body: Arizona Diamond Dub - Olive Brown (+)
Fins: Kiley's Fish Finz - Brown (Medium) (+)
Tail: Micro Pulsator Strip - Black barred medium brown (+)


Olive
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S #1 (+)
Thread: Danville 140 - Olive (+)
Head: Fish Skull sculpin helmet - Olive (Small) (+)
Body: Arizona Diamond Dub - Bronze peacock (+)
Fins: Kiley's Fish Finz - Olive (Medium) (+)
Tail: Micro Pulsator Strip - Black barred olive variant (+)


Black
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S #1 (+)
Thread: Danville 140 - Black (+)
Head: Fish Skull sculpin helmet - Black (Small) (+)
Body: Arizona Diamond Dub - Midnight fire (+)
Fins: Kiley's Fish Finz - Black (Medium) (+)
Tail: Rabbit zonker strips - Black  (+)



5 comments:

  1. Cheech in regards to your other sculpin patterns is there a time and place for each one or do you just go with whatever pattern you are feeling at the moment

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    1. kind of just whatever I'm feeling at the moment. The belly Scratcher is a good one for picky fish...

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    2. kind of just whatever I'm feeling at the moment. The belly Scratcher is a good one for picky fish...

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  2. Looks like a good Bass file. I am interested in a very bright colored one fishing Bass beds at some of the local lakes this spring..

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  3. Freddie Pugh : Really nice port. And it;s very informative.

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