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Fly Tying: Scud Pattern (Estaz Body & Angelina Hair)

I saw Jean Paul at Roughfisher.com was sharing his creative skills with dubbing and specifically Angelina. I recalled a few years back inserting Angelina here and there as suggestive of legs and antenna, whatever required movement. I tied this scud pattern with dark olive Estaz and cut up Angel Hair (Angelina) Size 12 hook, black wire ribbing, clear plastic shellback.


1 Response to “Fly Tying: Scud Pattern (Estaz Body & Angelina Hair)”


  1. 1 SwittersB
    March 20, 2010 at 21:08

    Yes, it is a bit big. Most scuds I have seen were in the size 16 range. But, I have always had success with bigger scuds (sizes 12-14); mostly greyish-green or shades of green. I have some orange ones too. It is a pretty suggestive pattern for all manner of critters (rivers/lakes)

    Thanks..SB

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