Published Dec 16. 2016 - 4 years ago
Updated or edited Sep 6. 2018

Hood Rat

The Hood Rat is a life-like mouse pattern used for Large Trout, Bass, Pike and Musky. The Hood Rat uses high floating foam, combined with natural rabbit fur to give this fly both natural movement and perfect fishability. The Hood Rat wakes, gurgles and pops across the surface when retrieved. Perfect for big, aggressive fish!

Hood Rat Fly Tying Recipe:
Hook: #02-10 Tiemco 8089
Thread: Black UTC 140
Tail: Brown or Tan Ultra Chenille
Body, Belly and Back: Tan 2MM Foam
Legs/Side: Chinchilla or Grizzly Zonker Rabbit Strips
Glue: ZapAGap and Foam Safe ZapAGap

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