Published Jun 20. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 8. 2018

Blane Chocklett's Feather Game Changer

Blane Chocklett's Game Changer template has quickly become one of our favorite foundations for constructing life like fly patterns.
In this video Schultzy highlights the basics for building the feather variation. By using Fish-Skull Articulated Fish Spines in combination with Magnum Hen Saddles your able to create a fly that looks and moves like a bait-fish.

The "FGC" or "Feather Game Changer" has proven effect in both fresh and salt water, which has earned it a permanent spot in our arsenal.

If it swims like a fish, it gets eaten like a fish!

Looking for materials to tie Blane's Feather Game Changer? Give Schultz Outfitters a call (734-544-1761) or email team@schultzoutfitters.com. If you're ever in the Ypsilanti, MI area be sure to stop by and check out our original Bar Flies tying event. Always the first. Still the best. If you can't make it, be on the lookout for more tying videos shortly.

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