Uncle Bucks - Price: $17.99
This is our smallest version of the tandem hook Musky/salt Series. We tie the back hook, the tail, with long buck tail fibres instead of feathers to reduce weight and make it easier to cast. Honestly with a Weight forward line and proper musky leader this 6 to 7 inch fly is easily casted on 7wt or 8wt fly rods. However, even this lighter, easier to cast big fly keeps our ultimate S action because of choice of connecting material between our two hooks and proper placement of beads and weights.
Quarter Chickens - Price: $17.99
This is our original Tandem Hook pattern! It too had many prototypes and variations in its development. At all these stages we were having musky success. Our crucial S action flies became apparent through this pattern. This is where the weight, beads and tandom hook connective material got perfected.
Half Chickens - Price: $21.99
Bigger, is not always better but for successful musky fly fishing – it was an important detail to conquer! So here is a 9 inch plus musky attractor. In musky fishing it is important to note that a raised fish is counted as success. A fish that strikes is even better and I fish that hooks up is best. In this Half Chicken Diner we introduced a treble hook and rattle to increase our hook up ratio. It definitely worked but it does add considerable weight and casting difficulties. A 9wt or even 10wt is preferred to properly deliver these to the water
Chicken and Rib Combo - Price: $23.99
Oh to be a top of the food chain predator fish for a day. I could firsthand experience which sensory receptor I relied on the most. Is it my sight, movement detection by my lateral line or sense of smell that caused me to strike? Our rib combo pattern was developed because we believe a musky uses its lateral line very effectively to detect wounded or as we see it an easy meal. This pattern has a large 3d head that pushes water as it is retrieved; this causes even more S action and tail wag that brings the mouth and wall of teeth quickly to the fly.