Published Sep 26. 2018 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Sep 28. 2018

GloBug Chenille Sucker Spawn

This Sucker Spawn is a variation of the classic yarn sucker spawn. I like using this GloBug Ultra Chenille for the patter because it comes in a great range of colors designed for steelhead and salmon as well as the ease of use. It makes a nice clean fly and is inexpensive at 1.30/pack for about 10' of chenille.

I finish the fly with a brush of Bone Dry to protect the exposed thread wraps on the bottom of the fly. Try this one out in colors from yellow, to orange to hot bubblegum pink.

Sucker Spawn Fly pattern Recipe

Hook: Mustad C49s #6-10 or your favorite egg hook
Bead: Brass copper 3/16-1/8
Thread: Orange FWN (210d)
Body: GloBug Ultra chenille
U.V. Bone Dry

Crystal Sucker Spawn - https://youtu.be/NXwgFotT5sc

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