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

Mousey McMouse Face

If you like to throw mice, check out Mousey McMouse Face for a great fly pattern to try.
Hook: Gamakatsu B10S - 1/0 - 25 Pack
Thread: Veevus GSP - Black - 100 Denier
Stinger: Daiichi 2557 Intruder Trailer Hook - 4
Tail: Pine Squirrel Zonkers - Gray, Natural
Shank1: Articulated Fish Spines - 15mm Shanks (24 pack)
Shank2: Articulated Fish Spines - 20mm Shanks (24 pack)
Body: Rabbit Zonker Strips - Grizzly
Legs: Silicone Flutter Legs - Tan
Over Body: Fly Tying Foam - 6mm - Black
Head: Double Barrel Popper Bodies - White - Medium
Marker 1: Copic Sketch Marker - Gray
Marker 2: Chartpak Fly Tying Markers - Desert Tan (Dark Tan)
Marker 3: Chartpak Fly Tying Markers - Black
Eyes: Loon UV Clear Fly Finish - Thick (1/2 oz)
Connection: Articulation Wire

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