SRC Clouser

Discussion in 'Patterns' started by Warren Perry, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. Warren Perry Grizzly 6

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    Bow, New Hampshire, USA.
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    I'm not much of a salt water angler , in fact I've only caught one SRC in the salt. The pattern was a simple olive clouser with my own minor adjustments.

    I use red thread behind the eyes to replicate gills and just a little bit of fine blue flash between the white and olive bucktail. Of course I try to keep it sparse. I know it's not all original (I've never been the creative type, I'm more of a copy cat) but I think it will catch fish.

    The bucktail is darker olive than it appears in the photo, sorry for the poor lighting...

    Do you guys have any thoughts?

    Warren
  2. D3Smartie Active Member

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    WA
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    no doubt it would catch fish...

    i prefer krystal flash in small amounts or that holographic flashabou, although i dont know where to find it. It will give you a little more sparkle.
  3. Ron Eagle Elk Active Member

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    Warren,

    Looks good to me. The real test will be those pesky Sea Run Cutts.

    REE
  4. Davy Active Member

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    SIlverton, OR
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    Sweet !!! no doubt , fish on! will be heard with that guy on the line.

    That's one pattern I have "never" dressed. Some day I spose I should tye some up, people ask for em. I just never have tyed any.

    tie more- your gonna need em.