Saturday, March 15, 2014

T Bone predator fly

I have not hooked enough predator fish. I blame this not on lack of skill or time spent casting.
I blame this singularly on the fact that I haven't had the right fly.
So this winter has been spent researching and then copying flies I've found on the interwebs.

This is a fly originally tied by Blane Chocklette, a southern musky guide and the inventor of the new "game changer." I just copied it and one similar tied by a guy name Matt Myles. My hope is it will trigger a response from our pike and musky. I'll keep you posted.



18 photo slideshow : step by step below


2 comments:

Keith said...

what do you do when your flies become too good looking to fish? what do you do then jasper?

Halsch said...

Nice looking tie there!