Published Apr 16. 2021 - 2 years ago
Updated or edited Apr 20. 2021

Sucker Spawn

Tie the SUCKER SPAWN...a FAVORITE winter fly!
The Sucker Spawn is a fly able to catch fish around the world, but especially in waters with a healthy sucker population. With many types of yarn and colors to choose from, the possibilities to fill a fly box are endless. You have many options when using beads and jig hooks too, but otherwise grab your favorite scud hook and get some of this pattern tied up TODAY!

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Euro nymphing setup:
Rod: Orvis Helios 3F 10'6" 3 weight -
Reel: Ross Evolution LTX -
Line: Cortland Competition Braid Core -
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Tippet: Cortland Ultra Premium -

Vise: Stonfo Kaiman -
Hook: Scud, #14 - 20 -
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Bobbin: Stonfo Bobtec -
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Thread: Red Semperfli Nano Silk 12/0 -
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Scissors: Renomed -
Body: Angora yarn -
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Adhesive: Zap-A-Gap Super Glue -
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