What Sea run Cutthroat Fly Is This?

Jeff Dodd

Active Member
#5
I am told it works but I have not fished it. Need to tie a few myself so I don't loose the original.

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kelvin

Active Member
#6
I believe it is called the Brown Sculpi-Tard...not to be confused with the Brown Sculpin-Turd
If it looks like food a Searun will eat it

I understand one of their favorite meals is clam necks
I bet when it's wet it kinda looks like one of those

bet if you tied in orange it would work well
nice little pattern
 
#7
Hey Jeff, did you tie up a flat wring?, long distance C&R the other night with a red white and blue grizz hackle flat wring, likely a Coho
 

Jeff Dodd

Active Member
#9
Thank you Pat and Dennis. The fly in my photo is a slight variation of the SBS posted in the link, with a spun deer hair collar behind the head.

Fortunately this fly is NOT the brown sculpi-tard
 

Jeff Dodd

Active Member
#10
Hey Jeff, did you tie up a flat wring?, long distance C&R the other night with a red white and blue grizz hackle flat wring, likely a Coho
Hey Tony. Glad you are loosing flat wings to big fish. I sat at my desk with intentions of tying the Rhody Queen and ended up tying few Humpy Charlie flies for a friend.... can you believe that!