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Skrunk
Originated and Tied by Eric Martin

Skrunk, An Eric Martin Fly

Name

Skrunk

Category Steelhead
Hook Gamakatsu Octopus sizes 4 - 1/0
Thread

Danville Shell 6/0

Antenna 2 Strands UV Krystal Flash Purple, 2 Strands UV Krystal Flash Pink
Eyes Black Mono Eyes, Small or  Medium
Underbody Medium Shell Shock Ultra Chenille
Body

Estaz Opalescent Light Pink

Legs White Saddle Hackle
Rib GSP 50 Red
Shell 3/16 in. Pearl Mylar Tubing

Skrunk was originated and tied by Salmonfly.Net Contributing Fly Tyer Eric Martin.

Eric wrote about his fly, ". I've come up with a couple patterns for steelhead here in the Oregon coast range that I would be happy to pass on to fellow fishermen (fisherpersons!). One, a shrimp pattern, has even drawn the interest of Umpqua Feather Merchants, and has been used from Rainbow King Lodge to the Bahamas, I call it The Skrunk - why, I don't know. Shrimp was too normal, and my friend started calling them 'skrunks' and it went from there. The second (for the moment) is a spey-ish swing pattern called 'Victoria's Secret'."

Read more about Eric Martin and see more of his flies at The Flies of Eric Martin.

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