Fish-Skull Sculpin Helmets are perfect for tying patterns aiming to imitate bottom dwelling prey such as sculpins, gobies or even crayfish all of which are bass favourites. Since they are meant to be fished at or close to the bottom Sculpin Helmets are even more heavily weighted than Fish-Skull Baitfish Heads for a quick descent into the strike zone.
The weighted keel design and the flat and broad profile head allows your streamer to swim hook-up and helps to avoid snagging.
Table I. Fish-Skull Sculpin Helmet specifications
|Fish-Skull Size||Fits Hook Sizes*||Weight||Quantity per Pack|
|Small||#6, #4, #2, #1||1.38 grams (0.05 oz)||8 heads & 16 sticker eyes|
|Large||#2, #1, 1/0, 2/0||2.98 grams (0.10 oz)||8 heads & 16 sticker eyes|
*Hook sizes stated above are guidelines only and can vary based on the hook manufacturer and style of hook.
Aquel is an easy to use premium long-lasting dry-fly floatant that will not oil-slick the water.
Temperature stable from -20F to 120F.
Simple to use: Apply a small amount to dry-fly before use and rub into hackle and body with your fingers.
For optimal dry-fly floating performance use together with Loon Outdoors Top Ride.View full product details
The Barred Flashabou Magnum from Hedron is a great and economical alternative to grizzly hackles on your bass, pike, and muskie streamers.
In addition to being a cost effective alternative to grizzly feathers they are also longer and a more durable material than grizzly hackle.
Each package contains around 400 strands of barred flashabou with dimensions of 1/32" by 20" which makes them suitable for a wide range of streamers and other flies.View full product details
Bass absolutely love crayfish and Croff's Kickin Clyde in black does a terrific job imitating them.
The weighted head allows the fly to get down into the strike zone fast while the rabbit fur strip pincers offer life-like movement to induce strike. Use it together with a long fluorocarbon leader and tippet on either a floating line or sinking line and fish it over rocky areas holding plenty of crawdad-eating largemouth and smallmouth bass.
Use Croff's Kickin Clyde Black in murky waters and low light conditions during cloudy days but switch to Croff's Kickin Clyde Olive when fishing clear waters or during bright conditions.