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Sculpin Patterns

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Hey Guys,

What's your favorite sculpin pattern? I've been trying a bunch of different patterns out this year and this one might be my favorite...aside from the regular fish skull style sculpins. Post your sculpin patterns!

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Posted on: 3/2 23:15
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I'm tying a new sculpin pattern. I ain't fished it yet.

Edit: This is what I'm tying...

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Posted on: 3/3 0:16

Edited by BrookieChaser on 2014/3/3 0:35:16
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Re: Sculpin Patterns

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Nice looking sculpins.

Posted on: 3/3 6:13
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Those are some impressive patterns. I am more of a simple guy. I find this works well. It is a color variation of a moto's minnow.

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Posted on: 3/3 7:48
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I've been looking for a nice sculpin pattern and you guys really tied some nice one. I ordered some mini sculpin helmets and hope to tie a few flies when they finally get here.
Bill

Posted on: 3/3 8:33
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Nice looking tie Gc

Posted on: 3/3 8:48
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Awesome patterns guys! Keep em coming

Posted on: 3/3 12:13
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Size 14 muddler. I know, it's old school...


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Forgive it's appearance he's been chewed on a little and it's the last one I have.

Posted on: 3/3 16:39
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Re: Sculpin Patterns

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Provo Hooker or Chubby Muffin Variation. I'll try to get a pic to post later. They're both easy to tie. Provo might be my favorite dead drift pattern of all time, sinks like a rock.

Posted on: 3/3 16:55


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Those are some pretty cool patterns!

Posted on: 3/3 19:11


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+1 for the chubby muffin

imo...all of the good ones have the same things in common:

1. soft/wiggly tail material
2. dumbell (hook up) eyes
3. big wide head (material of choice to match the fishing situation)

Posted on: 3/3 20:09


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Hard to beat a headbanger!

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I can see where those would be effective. Nasty looking streamers. I bet they move like a snake in the water.

Posted on: 3/5 7:06
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been using this


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Posted on: 3/5 7:55
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Re: Sculpin Patterns

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I've gotta start tying some of these they all look great. When John(dc410) sent me his and I fished them that got me buying the heads, looking at these ties has really got me wanting to get started on them. (especially the articulated ones, never tied them before. Nymphs yes but not streamers.)Just waiting for the hooks to hit the mail box, there are so many different ties I want to do and lately I've got so many it feels like I'll never get em done. Of course it doesn't help that I jump from one to another before I get the other amount done. No control at the bench I guess.

Posted on: 3/5 8:19
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