Published Jul 18. 2018 - 1 year ago
Updated or edited Jul 18. 2018

Weisberger's Glory Bass aka Bass Crawler

The origin of the Weisberger's Glory Bass comes from Greg Weisberger. It is the same as Jim green's Bass Crawler without the cone. Either way, the fly is a killer for both smallmouth and largemouth bass. it's been a proven killer for the pike north of my Ontario home waters. I tie the fly in a number of colors including white, black, chartreuse, purple, blue, olive and many combinations of flashy bass attractor color schemes.

Bass Crawler / Glory Bass fly pattern recipe
Hook: Gamakatsu DV314 #4-2/0
Bead: 5mm brass cone
Thread: Danville FWN (210d)
Weed guard: 50lb mono
Tail: Rabbit Zonker
Body: Standard Estaz or crystal chenille
Legs: 1/2 Bass skirt

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