SBS Cuttlass

Kfish

Active Member
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Thank you very much. I love that Cutlass fly, especially when you say it is a fishing machine!
Thanks! Some time after this I ran across the Seaducer fly, well damn I didn't come up with anything new after all :)
But it does fish very well!
 

cmclee82

New Member
My flatwing hybrid pattern, 2 hackle in the back and a wetfly style body up front. 3.3mm tungsten bead in the front of Gamakatsu BS10 Stinger hook to help it sink and produce the jigging motion.

List of feathers used: 2 dry fly hackles, 1 Chinese hackle, 1 fluffy pheasant, 1 natural mallard flank, 2 JC eyes.

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Lay down some fluff as the base for the tail. Then lay down the 2 hackles one by one and I like to put some cement to really secure them. I like to flare them out a bit so they'll be exposed to the current and undulate.

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Tie down the pheasant and strung hackle together tips first and wrap forward. Brush out to straighten.
The soft pheasant swims but gets support from the stiffer hackle. As a whole they produce turbulence behind them to help give the rear hackles movement.

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Tie down the 2 JC, then the mallard. Whip tie and cement it to make sure they stay, before the dubbing goes on the head.

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Finish with some claret dubbing behind the bead.
Enjoy!

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A great looking fly. Nice profile with lots of action even at slower speeds. Thanks!
 

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