Squidro - The Squidro fly is an Intruder style fly developed by Scott Howell, the self-proclaimed "Skagit Master". His fly achieves a new style never seen before in steelheading by using less bulky rubber legs instead of furs and feathers. In the water, the fly has a large silhouette profile, is more durable, less bulky so it's faster sinking, creates lots of action, and is easier to cast since rubber does not hold water, like furs and feathers do. The color scheme possibilities are endless with this fly so you are allowed to get creative when choosing the rubber leg colors you want for this style fly. Tie one in your favorite colors today, and get swinging for steelhead. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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The Squidro fly is an Intruder style fly developed by Scott Howell, the self-proclaimed "Skagit Master". His fly achieves a new style never seen before in steelheading by using less bulky rubber legs instead of furs and feathers. In the water, the fly has a large silhouette profile, is more durable, less bulky so it's faster sinking, creates lots of action, and is easier to cast since rubber does not hold water, like furs and feathers do. The color scheme possibilities are endless with this fly so you are allowed to get creative when choosing the rubber leg colors you want for this style fly. Tie one in your favorite colors today, and get swinging for steelhead.
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Big R Fly Shop
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Martin Joergensen
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