|Hook:||(M) 3906 + Weight|
Notes on tying:
1. Put hook in vise and bend the barb down.
2. Take a bead and push up on hook. If it will not slide up the hook, heat it with a lighter to warm it up.
3. Wrap 4 or 5 wraps of lead wire on hook.
4. Tie in marabou and wrap up on body.
5. Tie off and finish head.
This is a pattern developed for crappie, bluegill, and bass by Frank Juarez. It work well to change the length of ther marabou tail for the different seasons. Use a shorter tail in the winter and a longer tail in the late spring and summer. It works well when you jig it up and down as you fish it
Frank Juarez 703 S. Dittmer Davenport, IA 52802