Black Deer Hair Sculpin - A fly tying video showing how to tie a Black Sculpin Pattern. This cone head streamer is a great imitation of a common food source for trout in the rivers out west. This fly can be tied bigger or smaller and fished just the same. I like to use sculpin flies that are dark with an orange belly in the Fall when the sculpin themselves are spawning. Big trout seek these dark minnows and eat them on sight. Capt Matt fly fishes with streamers from the boat for trout after trout. If you would like to be a part of an epic streamer fishing experience, you need to fish in Colorado. Go to www.riplips.com for location, information and booking. Thanks for watching! - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Black Deer Hair Sculpin

A fly tying video showing how to tie a Black Sculpin Pattern. This cone head streamer is a great imitation of a common food source for trout in the rivers out west. This fly can be tied bigger or smaller and fished just the same. I like to use sculpin flies that are dark with an orange belly in the Fall when the sculpin themselves are spawning. Big trout seek these dark minnows and eat them on sight. Capt Matt fly fishes with streamers from the boat for trout after trout. If you would like to be a part of an epic streamer fishing experience, you need to fish in Colorado. Go to www.riplips.com for location, information and booking. Thanks for watching!
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Matt Thomas
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Martin Joergensen
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