Shrimp pattern for resident coho and sea-run cutthroat

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Roger Stephens, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. Richard Olmstead

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    redrider -
    Go to the Galleries section of the site, click on "Patterns" and then on "salt" and you will find pages of images of saltwater flies. There will be a lot of great flies for searun cutts. Not all of them will have recipes with them, however, but you usually can figure out the ingredients 'close enough' and close enough usually is okay. Baitfish patterns in chartreuse, olive, and pink (each over white) will give you a good starting point. Include a few things to represent shrimp and a few of Leland's poppers and you will have a pretty good selection of searun cutthroat flies for the salt to get you started.
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