Published Apr 24. 2017 - 5 years ago

Trailer Trash

Tying Ken Moorish's Trailer Trash Steelhead / Salmon Fly Episode 9 Piscator Flies

Shank / wire prep video can be found here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=928yL1gK1RU
This fly was developed by Ken Moorish. The pattern is based on the Intruder fly with a front and rear section. The fly is lightweight and presents a large profile and great movement in the water. You can also add some materials like rhea or ostrich to extend the marabou.

Trailer Trash Showgirl Version (Ken Moorish)
Shank: 40mm shank
Leash: 20lb Intruder wire
Thread: Pink 6/0
Rear Bump: Opal fl pinkEstaz
Rear Hackle: Grizzly pink hackle
Rear Collar: Pink marabou
Body: Silver flat diamond braid
Front Bump: Opal Purple Estaz
Front Hackle: Grizzly purple hackle
Front Collar: Purple marabou
Flash: Purple/Silver Flashabou
Eyes: Jungle cock nail
Head: Pink

Use any color combo you like.

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Song: Sekai - Somebody [NCS Release]
Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.
Watch: https://youtu.be/HiM2VWFUom0
Download/Stream: http://ncs.io/SomebodyCr

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