In this video, Herman deGala ties his Pheasant Tail Crawdad. This pattern uses only 1 material, Pheasant feathers! Don’t be put off by it’s “scraggly” appearance, this fly really does fish! Pheasant feathers have a wonderful blend of “crayfishy” colors, combined with a subtle hint of natural iridescence. Giving it that hard to mimic lifelike appearance! A great pattern for carp, bass and trout!

Pheasant Tail Crawdad Recipe:
Hook: #10 Gamakatsu J20B
Eyes: Small or Medium Beadchain
Claws and Body: Pheasant Rump and Feathers

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