Pattern Sculpin Pattern

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  1. johnmetcalfe

    johnmetcalfe New Member

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    Hey
    if someone can tell me about easy-medium difficulty sculpin pattern that would be
    much appreciated.
    Thanks
    Jm
     
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    cabezon Sculpin Enterprises

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    I know this is a little late, but this is my favorite sculpin pattern, takes a little time to tie, cause of the articulated rear end, dear hair, marabou, dun tips, glass beads and flash. Looks sick when wet and lots of action in the water. From lakes to rivers this is my go to meat fly.

    Ryan
     

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