Crossover from muddler fly to jig.
Basically a mashup between a Woolly Bugger, a muddler minnow and a jighead. I started tying these on really small and light jigheads weighing 1 – 3 grams (1/28 to 3/28 oz). But now I tie the Muddler jig on heavier heads as well, to be able to use it on baitcasting tackle as well. So far they have given me brown trout (sea run in saltwater as well) and perch, but I fell confident that they will catch a wide variety of sculpin eating predators in the coming season. The deer hair head makes this jig sink slowly – enabling me to use it in shallow water.
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- Hook: Your choice of jighead – that includes weight. This jig is tied on a leadfree 1/4 oz roundhead – https://amzn.to/2UVjnhq
- Thread: Red and strong – https://amzn.to/2SfXIyG
- Tail: 2 marabou-like feathers from Coq de Leon Hen, Speckled dyed medium ginger – https://amzn.to/3d19xAX
- Palmerhakcle: Coq de Leon Hen, Speckled dyed medium ginger – https://amzn.to/3d19xAX
- Body: Cactus Chenille, Brown – https://amzn.to/2zDJPnv
- Fronthackle: Coq de Leon Hen, Speckled dyed medium ginger and a mallard barred flank feather dyed dun – https://amzn.to/2xhcjTe
- Head: Deerhair natural, cut to muddler shape – https://amzn.to/2Ye2rEP
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