Wrap the majority of the hook shank with lead wire.
Slide some silver mylar tubing over the hook and tie off, at the rear, with medium red wire.
Wind red wire forward to rib the body and secure the mylar tubing. Trim off the excess tubing.
Tie in 2 clumps of white rabbit for the fins.
Make sure they are parallel and on both sides of the hook.
Tie in a long strip of black rabbit for the back. It should extend well past the hook bend.
Tie in a few strands of green crystal flash over the back. It should be as long as the black rabbit strip.
Wrap in some black deer hair and spin tight with thread in order to flare the hair.
Continue to spin white and black deer hair onto the fly to create a spun deer hair head.
Whip finish thread, remove fly from vise and trim the head into a flat, sculpin head.
This pattern is very effective and should be used to catch large fish preying on sculpin or minnows.
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