Overall: 5.0 / 5 based on 12 reviews
12 of 12 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
The Real Deal -
By: TomfromLECTU from South Bend, IN
I fish two small northern Indiana streams, and catch a lot of trout and the occasional big trout using nymphs. I had been reading (Dave Whitlock) about using sculpins to catch the really big trout. I brought these and I decided to try them. WOW! In my last three outings I've caught three rainbows at 16", 17", 17.5". This fly is the real deal. Thanks Dave W. and Orvis Tom V.
very well rounded -
I bought this streamer, for bass/pike. It looks great true to picture, the red eyes really pop, and i have had some good catches with it. Overall the material has held together pretty well. If your thinking about it, get it
Great streamer -
A lot of flies out there will catch you a lot of fish. If you want to catch them all, then this fly is for you. Great action in the water, great combo of colors and materials. I just caught two 22+ browns on this pattern. Other flies were turning them and hooked one or two but this was the winning fly of the day.
Excellent Fly -
By: HookedMarlin from New Jersey
Top 1000 Contributor
This is a great fly. I have gotten bites when the fishing is slow and no other fly is doing much. Great for bass and pickerel slam it.
By: maupinman20 from St. Joe river
any sculpin pattern is good but this goes beyond that i just ticks off the steelhead you can consistently catch fish on this pattern
Nice Pattern -
This is a high quality sculpin pattern that is nicely tied!
Awesome streamer -
By: Fishchaser from Jacksboro,TN
This fly has great motion in the water that fish can't resist!
Want big trout? Here's your answer! -
By: ZachB from Louisville, Kentucky
This thing is a well built heavy fly thy gets down deep, fast. It pulls the big boys ( and girls) out of their layers where the hide and make them viciously attack this poor thing. Try one for big trout. Oh and better have a 6wt handy for what's to come. Good luck.
Go Deep. Go Big. -
By: WiscoSkip from Milwaukee, WI
Top 500 Contributor
When the barometer is on a roller coaster, and temps can range from 45 degrees to 85 degrees I need something that can cover a wide array of conditions, this fly is it. I can bomb it into a big pool and even with moderate current get it deep enough to trigger strikes from the bigger, deeper holding fish. This fly has been equally effective on a fast strip in lower water, even dead drifting it through fast riffles has produced some monster strikes. The fish in the picture took at the end of a drift right after the first strip.