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GSS Craft Fur Conehead

Hook: 6xl Streamer #12 - #1
Weight: .030 Lead Wire
Conehead: Medium
Thread: Black
Under Body: GSS Pearl
Wing: Wood Duck Flank
Over Body: Craft Fur
Eyes: Jungle Cock

Conehead Zonker

Hook: 3xl Streamer #1 - #12
Cone: match Hook Size
Weight: .025 Lead Wire
Thread: Red
Zonker: Tan
Body: Gold Tinsel
Collar: Tan Craft Fur

Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties a Zuddler
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Hammer Creek Fly Fishing ties an Autumn Splendor
Zuddler Conehead Minnow

In this fly tying tutorial, I share a popular streamer, the Zuddler Conehead Minnow, which is a cross between two other extraordinary patterns. This fly, part Zonker and part Muddler Minnow, has lots of characteristics that fish like, including great movement from the rabbit strip and a front profile that resembles many bait fish. I offer a number of variations throughout this tutorial, and encourage you to share any you create.

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Bright Orange Zonker ~ Cone Head St...

A fly tying video showing how to tie a Cone Head Zonker Pattern. This big, weighted streamer is tied to catch big fish. Highly visible on the retrieve, flies like a Bright Orange Zonker can be made to imitate a number of bait fish, including goldfish. I have used this for trout, but I can imagine that a number of different gamefish species like pike and bass would mistake this for an innocent bite of food. Capt Matt Thomas lives in the Colorado Rockies near Aspen, CO throughout the Summer and Fall.

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