Published Nov 19. 2020 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Nov 19. 2020

Pheasant Rump Swing

A Variation on Jason Taylors Pheasant Rump Deceiver, applied to a Swing Style (Shank/Stinger Hook) rig for fishing down and across.

The fly features 2 sparse bucktail stabilizer wings which do just that, stabilize the fly and control the orientation of the hook. This allows the hook to be tucked back into the wing and ride hook point up - combined that with the fact that there is no lead eyes or coneheads to get wedged between rocks, this fly can get down and dirty without the hangups.

The wings and hook eye orientation tilt the fly up and allow for a Full Bodied silhouette on the swing, and help to catch current and swim the fly.

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Hook: Ahrex sz. 4 Home Run Trailer Hook (bend the eye slightly)
Shank: Flymen Fishing Co 40mm Senyo Steelhead Shank
Wire: Greg Senyo Intruder Wire, sz. 6 and larger
Body: Pheasant Rump
Flash Wings: Wing N' Flash (dark brown)
Flash Intruder Bumps: Flashabou Dubbing (pearl)
Wing: Bucktail (ginger, rootbeer, camel, olive, and brown, ect...)
Wing: Peacock Herl
Eyes: 3/16 Mirage Sticker eyes
Head: 5 Minute Epoxy

Martin Joergensen

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