SBS Pena Zhuk

ScottP

Active Member
#1


More Russian goodness. Pretty basic construction with the exception of the hackle head/legs, which makes for a neat effect. Colors here based on what was in reach on my desk; change as you see fit.


hook – Dai Riki 135 #12
thread - MFC 8/0 light brown
hot spot - dubbing hot orange/pink
abdomen - deer hair
shellback - 2mm foam brown
legs/head - hackle ginger (oversize by 1)


mash barb, start thread at 3/4 mark; wrap to bend




dub thread/dub hot spot






taper foam strip (gap width); brush shank with Super Glue and tie in






create dubbing loop; give it a dose of wax




clean, trim tips from a clump of deer hair; insert in clip, transfer to loop, release from clip, spin










stroke hair back, wrap body to 3/4 mark, tie off/trim






trim underside, laying blade on eye as a guide






trim top; shape body






pull foam over body; tie off/trim




tie in hackle




wrap hackle; tie off/trim




wrap thread thru hackle back to front of the body; stroke hackle fibers back




tie down hackle, creating head/legs




whip finish, SHHAN, stroke hackle fibers to the side/top








Regards,
Scott
 

BN2FSH

Active Member
#7
Just a little note on this fly. I modified it to use at Jurassic Lake in Argentina. I used a size 6 Daiichi scud hook (1120) and a white congo hair post. The fish loved it and I caught quite a few with the largest maybe 10-12#. If I lost sight of the fly in the waves, I just stripped it slowly and they hammered it. I will have more and in different colors when I go again. The fish also kept coming up and eating my hot pink indicator. I will tie some in hot pink for next time. This will also be a great fly for late June and July in some of the Bristol Bay Rivers. Thanks Scott P! I'll post some photos soon when I get time.