Published Aug 10. 2017 - 3 years ago
Updated or edited Aug 11. 2017

Wasabi Frog

Junior Schraeder joins our fly tying video series with his fast and durable Wasabi Frog: Tie up a bunch of these and throw them into harm's way.

"The wide profile, light weight, and durability of this fly make it an awesome frog pattern for Largemouth, Smallmouth, and Kentucky Bass.
When casting it, make sure to get it as close to the bank as possible, as this is where it is most likely to get eaten. Try to look for grassy banks, or preferably Lilly Pads to cast to.
Once the fly hits the water, give it a few seconds before popping it, as this gives the fish time to become interested in it. Tight lines and have fun fishing. _ Junior"

Holschlag's Chartreuse Blockhead Popper Medium (from Rainy's)
Hareline Grizzly Barred Rubber Legs Medium Chartreuse Neon Green.
Tiemco TMC8089 size 10
MFC Frog Eyes 8mm (from MFC)
Metz Magnum #1 Neck Grizzly Chartreuse
Danville 210 Denier Waxed Flymaster Plus Chartreuse
Fine Point Sharpie in Black

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Video produced by Brian Wise: Fly Fishing the Ozarks


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