Published Jun 14. 2017 - 5 years ago

Triggerfish Squimp

Instructions for tying a triggerfish version of the classic Squimp. This pattern has proven itself around the world for bonefish, but is also very effective for other species too.
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Materials Used
Hook: owner flyliner
Thread: UTC 70 denier
Weight: xs lead dumbbells
Tail: craft fur
Antenna: rubber legs
Hackle: grizzly
Body: flat braid
Wing: craft fur
Flash: crystal flash
Legs: rubber legs
Weedguard: 20lb mono
UV resin

Martin Joergensen

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