Sucker Spawn Fly
The Sucker Spawn fly pattern is a type of fly used in fly fishing. It is named after the sucker fish, which is known to spawn in the spring. The Sucker Spawn fly is typically tied using egg yarn or similar materials to imitate the appearance of fish eggs.
It is often used as a nymph imitation and is effective in attracting trout, steelhead, and other fish species that feed on eggs during the spawning season.
The Sucker-Spawn fly is usually tied in various colors, including white, cream, pink, and chartreuse, blue etc, to imitate the colors of different fish eggs. It is typically fished using a dead-drift presentation, meaning that the fly is allowed to drift naturally with the current without any additional movement.
Overall, the Sucker Spawn fly is a popular and effective fly pattern for fly fishing in the spring, particularly for targeting fish species that are actively spawning.
Usually available in the following color variations: Chartreuse | Shrimp Pink | Cream | Orange | Red | White | Oregon Cheese | Blue
Usually available in the following hook sizes: 10 | 12 | 14 | 16