Davids streamliner
Tied by: Gabe Shuler Charleston, SC, US
Gabe Shuler

Gabe Shuler
1 year ago

David Norris recently improved on my double rabbit strip bass worms and made this pattern and I can tell you I will be sure to keep it stocked in my bass box it's also nearly weedless!

William clayton sykes
1 year ago

Those flys are a must to have.Gotta learn that one.

William clayton sykes
1 year ago

Does the cyclops bead serve as an anti foul componet or to help pull it into the right water column or both?Also how are the zonkers attached to the hook shank? Im assuming the hook is pierced thru both zonkers coming out the top?

Gabe Shuler
1 year ago

I don't use cyclops beads I use lead wire wrap and it's to help weight it for the right water column and yes the hook is pierced through both zonkers @Billy

David Norris
1 year ago

I love the colors on this one @126263067826716

David Norris
1 year ago

@Billy the cyclops bead as Gabe mentioned is interchangeable for lead wire. I use the bead to help form the head too. Zonkers are first placed on the hook at the tips and run to the front. I then run the bead on. You then can tie the fly. When done come back in and get the right length for the zonkers and hook them and run it up (think Texas rig) then trim the tips to into a V and glue them together.

David Norris
1 year ago

@126263067826716 I like the accent you have behind the eye - what is that?

William clayton sykes
1 year ago

Thanks guys!

William clayton sykes
1 year ago

Forgot to ask the size of the hook ?

Gabe Shuler
1 year ago

@davenorris it's sparkle brush in peacock color

Gabe Shuler
1 year ago

I think on this one I used size 2/0 and on the other one size 2 @Billy

William clayton sykes
1 year ago

Gonna try to screw one up today!

Gabe Shuler
1 year ago

I'm looking forward to seeing your take on this pattern @Billy

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