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Solitude's Sculpzilla - Sculpin Streamer - Best Streamer Pattern for Sculpin!

Sculpzilla Sculpin Fly Pattern
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Sculpzilla - The Best Trout Streamer

Articulated Conehead Streamer

This is it man, you found it. The best Sculpin pattern that we know about it. It is an articulated conehead head streamer that has red eyes, weighs quite a bit, and swims like its got a pulse. Use this to target bigger trout in rivers and you won't be disappointed. The hook is super high quality, and is a slick black coated hook with a short shank a nice gape to it. There are 2 sizes, the #4 is very heavy and features a large cone. The #8 is a lot lighter and smaller for slimmer water with less current. Make sure to get a few of each.

Use the Olive, Tan, and White in situations with clear water and the Black and Yellow colors seem to work very well in conditions with off colored water. The Black is especially good in low light! Overall, the Olive is the best "all around" color scheme for most situations.

Sculpin Patterns

Sculpin are a common forage fish for large trout, bass, and other river dwelling fish almost all over the world. The Sculpzilla streamer is the best imitation that we have found for imitating Sculpin patterns. We fish Sculpzilla streamers most often by using a Rio 15' Sink Tip Line and Rio Fluoroflex Plus Tippet size 1X or 2X. Since these flies are heavily weighted, in high water flows from a drift boat we do fish Sculpzillas on a floating fly line as well. We like to strip retrieve these flies and swing them in a traditional wet fly manner as well depending on water temperature and the demeanor of the trout. This is also a top fly for fishing trophy Rainbows in Alaska as well.

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Our #1 Choice as pro guides December 6, 2011
Reviewer: Joe Rotter from Ellensburg, WA United States  
This is our guide staffs very first choice when it comes to streamer fishing.  The quality of this pattern is rivaled by few flies, it isn't cheap, but the money is well spent.  This fly makes the difference between slow days of fishing and great days of fishing.  Use the lightweight #8's in the shallow water and the heavy #4's when you need to get the fly down in heavy currents.

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