Published Jun 12. 2024 - 1 month ago

Sneaky Pete Variation

The Sneaky Pete is a fantastic fish catcher and works for all the black bass and panfish. This is a bit of a variation on the original cork bug, a bit beefed up but just as good as the original. In many waters these patterns will outfish noisier poppers most of the time and are well worth keeping in your box.
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Material list
Hook: Fulling Mill Streamer Stripper size 1 @FullingMillTV
Thread: 210 UTC or 3/0 Danville's
Tail: Marabou
Hackle: Webby saddle hackle or Schlappen
Body: Wapsi perfect popper
Weed guard: Hard nylon
Legs: Medium round rubber

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Submitter: 
Martin Joergensen
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