Bunny Tailed Alaskabou


  1. prev
    Bunny Tailed  Alaskabou

    View Larger Image

    Bunny Tailed Alaskabou

    Forking the tail...

    1143picture_15421.jpg 1143picture_1536.jpg 1143picture_1534.jpg 1802cigbuttskunk.jpg 1793GP.JPG
    1. Scott Behn

      See all User Photos

      Registered: November 2002
      Location: Lk Stevens, Wa.
      Posts: 1,201
      • Pin It
      Linked Thumb: 
      Linked Medium: 
      Medium Image: 
      Date: 12-7-04
      Views: 2,019

    Scott Behn
    Curious if anyone has had success with forking tails...
    #1 12-7-04 11:22pm

    Dan Soltau
    i have had good success with a fly called the twin tailed madona. If you want some good info on streamers you should check out kelly galloups book, Fishing streamers for trophy trout
    #2 12-8-04 1:11am

    Peter Pancho
    To be honest, I've NEVER caught anything with a "bright" fly. All my Steelhead were caught with medium to dark patterns. I don't know why, maybe its the rivers I fish I guess.

    #3 12-8-04 7:10am

    Scott Behn
    Well the colors I just threw together, but I started forking the tails yesterday and it looked like it might bring on some serious movement in the water so I was curious about everyone's thoughts about doing tails like this...
    #4 12-8-04 8:59am

    mike doughty

    Honorary Member
    #5 1-25-05 2:48am

    Maybe in real high flows I'd go with a bulky fly like that but that's ALOT of marabou and rabbit. Nice looking fly but I don't think you'll get much more movement out of it. Great idea though.
    #6 2-21-06 11:32pm

    Scott Behn
    that's the deception, there is only 3 plumes. 1 each of orange, yellow, and red. Just on the front half of the fly.
    #7 2-23-06 3:48am

Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2014 All Enthusiast, Inc.