How to Tie Trevor’s Sculpin – OPST

featured, Fly Patterns, Videos — By on September 18, 2013 9:36 pm

Long-time Alaskan fly fishing guide Trevor Covich teaches you how to tie his sparse, deadly sculpin pattern that has accounted for untold numbers of big rainbows. Sculpins are some of the most effective flies in Alaska, and Trevor’s version, with minimal materials and maximal movement, is one of the best. Barred ostrich plumes from Olympic Peninsula Skagit Tactics help with the movement and limited bulk with a large profile. This is really a versatile pattern… Stealhead, trout, bass, anything that eats bait fish and can be fished on the swing, stripped, or dead drifted.

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  1. Steve says:

    Great pattern . Hope to use it on the Muskeegon in Michigan this spring. Tyler did a great job with his explanation.

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  2. Robin says:

    What braid is being used and why–looks like a great sculpin pattern

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  3. 9 out of 10! Neat!

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