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Lindsey Grandison - Sculpin Patterns Feature


By Doug Saball

WHITLOCK'S MULTICOLORED MARABOU MUDDLER
Submitted By Lindsey Grandison



WHITLOCK'S MULTICOLORED MARABOU MUDDLER #1 Image WHITLOCK'S MULTICOLORED MARABOU MUDDLER #2 Image
WHITLOCK'S MULTICOLORED MARABOU MUDDLER #1 WHITLOCK'S MULTICOLORED MARABOU MUDDLER #2
THREAD fluorescent orange
HOOK TDE 4XL size 6 to 1/0; Mustad 79580. Weight the hook with 15 to 20 wraps of lead wire
BODY gold mylar piping; underbody of curon; coat body with lacquer or epoxy to protect from unraveling when cut by fish teeth
WINGS small bunch each of yellow, then orange, then brown marabou extending half length past hook bend; top with 8-12 peacock herls
COLLAR dark brown deer hair spun; tips should extend to hook point; trim most of the tips beneath body
HEAD dark brown deer hair spun and tightly packed. Trim head wide and flat like a toad or sculpin head. Darken top of head with a waterproof black pen
COMMENTS curon was a synthetic, plastic material. It came in the form of cord and was pliable and stretchable. It could be used to form a tapered underbody
THREAD red
HOOK TDE 4XL size 6 to 1/0; Mustad 79580. Weight the hook with 15 to 20 wraps of lead wire.
BODY silver mylar piping; underbody of curon; coat body with lacquer or epoxy to protect from unraveling when cut by fish teeth
WINGS small bunch each of white, then yellow then golden olive marabou extending half length past hook bend; top with 8-12 peacock herls
COLLAR natural dun brown deer hair dyed bronze green; tips should extend to hook point; trim most of the tips beneath body
HEAD golden olive deer hair spun and tightly packed. Trim head wide and flat like a toad or sculpin head



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