Sprite S1052 Saltwater Single
White and Pearl Saltwater Streamer
Hook: Sprite Saltwater Single #6–10
Thread: Semperfli Pearl Microglint
Tail (From Bottom to Top): White Bucktail, White Predator Fibre(Semperfli), Pearl Krinkleflash (Semperfli).
Body: Tying Thread.
Thorax: Florescent Red Gulff UV resin
Eyes: 4.0mm Silver Stick-On Eyes
Finish: Gulff Flexman UV resin.
Chasing fish in the surf is a passion of mine and I love to search likely areas with Streamer / Baitfish style patterns and this one is a simple tie but also very successful.
I also use this when searching deep drop off areas with a sunk line seeking our Pollock and being so easy / quick to tie there’s no real upset caused when you lose a few on the rocks.It’s also a handy very simple pike predator pattern or tied with a shorter tail it could also double up as a nice fry pattern for our reservoir fish making it a lot more versatile than simply for saltwater use.
Set hook in vice, catch in thread and tie in small amount of white bucktail.
Catch in white predator fibre keeping slightly longer than bucktail.
Catch in Pearl Krinkleflash keeping length slightly longer than section below.
Form body of fly with thread.
Stick on eyes.
Cover body with UV resin.
Form thorax with florescent red uv resin.
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