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How To Tie: Pass’s Peacock Whistle | A Peacock Bass Fly

Difficulty: difficult

70% difficulty

Time: 10-15 minutes

60% timely

Cost: expensive

expensive cost
About these metrics

Imitates: leach, ambiguous/something tasty

Target species: largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, peacock bass, rainbow trout, brown trout

Where to fish: warmwater lakes/ponds/rivers/canals, coldwater lakes/ponds/rivers

Notes: This fly gets down in the water slightly deeper where the fish spend a lot of their time. The rattle in an erratic strip-strip-pause works incredibly well to get the peacock bass fired up.

About the fly:

A deadly pattern for everything warm water and will double as a deadly trout streamer. Built with a rattle inside to really get the peacock bass, what this fly was intended for, fired up. The heavy cone-head provides insane jigging movement that aids in the tail and collar movement. A deadly fly combo all around.

Helpful tools/additional materials:

Dubbing loop for collar :
For the dubbing loop:
Combing out any and all material:

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