Deadline for materials request: Monday, Jan. 18th
* Postponed from 1/25 due to materials shipping backlog
The next fly pattern we will tie will be the Lefty’s Deceiver. This is a proven fly for any species that eats baitfish and is probably only exceeded in popularity by the Clouser Minnow. We will tie a size #2 version in the popular white/chartreuse colors that should work well for bass, large trout, or saltwater.
Link to request sample materials:
Deadline for materials request: Friday, Feb. 5th
Seaducers have been around since the late 19th century, and have been used for nearly every predator species from brown trout to stripers to tarpon. Chico Fernandez used this fly to catch his world-record redfish. The Godfather of Fly Fishing, Lefty Kreh, writes in his book, Presenting the Fly, that Seaducers are "one of the best patterns for both large and smallmouth bass that I've fished. I never make a trip without some of these in my box.".
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