Published Sep 18. 2019 - 9 months ago

Egg Sucking Leech Trout Variation

Fall streamer season is upon us...
The Egg Sucking Leech drives trout wild in the fall (and spring). Eggs offer trout a protein-rich meal. In the spring and fall trout often feed on eggs and larger meals like leeches. This pattern works particularly well in Alaska where Salmon eggs enter the river in the fall or in rivers where Suckers or Whitefish spawn during the spring. This pattern can be stripped or swung for trout or steelhead.

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Gamakatsu B10S - Size 6
Lead Wire - 2/0
Bead - Hot Orange
Uni-Thread - 6/0 Brown
Marabou - Black + Brown
Wire - Gold
Dubbing - Brown + Black
Hackle - Grizzly Variant

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