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imitating juvenile game fish

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It's well known that big fish eat little fish, sometimes even their own kind...so would anyone like to share their favorite patterns to imitate these? here are mine, all tied Clouser-style (pics to follow):

Baby Largemouth:
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-White/Olive/Black/Olive bucktail
-Black(under the black bucktail) and silver (over the black bucktail) Krystal Flash

Baby Smallmouth:
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-White/Olive/Brown bucktail
-Copper Flashabou

Baby Walleye
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Tan/Brown bucktail
-Copper Krystal Flash

Baby Channel Cat
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Charcoal Magnum Zonker strip
-Blue Flashabou
-White/Gray calf tail

Baby Perch
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Yellow barred Magnum Zonker strip
-White/Olive bucktail
-June Bug Flshabou

Crappie
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Grizzly hen saddle
-gray/black calf tail
-black and silver Flashabou
-gray/black Senyo's Lazer Dub

Bluegill
-Mustad 3366, Size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Olive Grizzly hen saddle
-olive calftail
-June Bug Flashabou
-Olive/Orange/Blue Senyo's Lazer Dub

Baby Rainbow
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-White/Gray/Pink(or red)/Olive bucktail
-Silver/Olive Krystal Flash


Posted on: 12/11 5:19
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Re: imitating juvenile game fish

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What about baby brown trout? I've been tying some articulated flies lately. They are fun to tie. Get creative and match the colors in the fish. Just don't make them look like snakes. A bulky head whit a tapered back.

Posted on: 12/11 14:53


Re: imitating juvenile game fish

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I used to have a baby brown trout and a brook trout pattern, but I haven't tied them in years and honestly forgot the recipe, I'll have to dig them out of my streamer box and try to piece the recipe together again.

Posted on: 12/12 2:01
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Re: imitating juvenile game fish

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okay, so as best I can tell they look like this:

Baby Brown Trout
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Brown Magnum zonker strip
-Yellow/Brown bucktail
-silver Krystal Flash

Baby Brook Trout
-Mustad 3366, size 4-2/0
-Hareline heavy lead dumbbell eyes
-Olive Magnum Zonker strip
-Red/White rabbit tufts for fins
-White/Red(belly)/Olive bucktail (wing)
-Peacock Krystal Flash

Posted on: 12/12 3:34
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Got pics ?

Posted on: 12/12 6:52
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Re: imitating juvenile game fish

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You'd also do well to look at thunder creek flies

Posted on: 12/12 9:20
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Re: imitating juvenile game fish

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Quote:

Fredrick wrote:
Got pics ?


as soon as I can actually find my darn card reader...

Posted on: 12/13 4:38
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