Published Nov 20. 2020 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Nov 20. 2020

Soft Hackle Craw - Jig/Fly tying

Underwater action and full tying SBS of a jig for panfish, perch, smallmouth bass, trout and other species. You can use partridge hackles instead of the soft webby hen hackles I've used. The dubbing is my own Woolly Sparkle Dub in the color Peacock Sparkle (link below for that ;0)
This is a suggestive pattern, that might be taken for crawdad, a small frog or a dragonfly larvae.
This jig is equally suited for the fly rod and the light spinning rod - and excellent for jig & bobber - and steelhead float fishing as well.

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